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DOHA, Qatar, February 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Health leaders from more than 80 countries have gathered in Qatar today to learn about the latest research, ideas and health
Ten articles inspired by WISH featured in September issue of Health Affairs WASHINGTON, Sept.
A Danish research study shows that using simulators to train surgeons makes them quicker and better at performing their duties.
Researchers foresee the future of surgery may involve minimally invasive robots to perform traditional operations.
DOCTORS are bidding to run three new controversial polyclinics in the North East in a bid to prevent private companies taking over GP services.
Commercial property agent Russell Rigby talks about one of the sector's best kept secrets What am I? I'm a highly successful private/public partnership based at Pride Park. I've invested over pounds40m in Southern Derbyshire in less than four years.
By GEOFFREY BULMER IT IS remarkable that the National Health Service has survived for 60 years. For most of the time it has been underfunded, and now enough is spent on it so it can deliver an excellent service. There is, I am afraid, a serious problem of how it is managed.
COVENTRY Teaching Primary Care Trust is investing an additional pounds 235,056 in Marie Curie nursing services giving terminally ill people the choice to die at home.
Lord Darzi's recent plan for the NHS may only have concerned England, but his ideas for speeding up the drug appraisals process could have implications for the All Wales Medicines Strategy Group.
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