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New bronchiolitis guidance aims to reduce hospital admissions
NEW guidance from NICE on the diagnosis and treatment of bronchiolitis in children is aimed at reducing anxiety among parents and cutting antibiotics prescribing.
Citizens Advice reports increased dental complaints
CITIZENS Advice has reported a 9 per cent increase in calls from people with dental care complaints in the last year.
Health leaders react to EU Brexit vote
THE registration status of doctors who are already on the General Medical Council register will be unaffected by the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.
Bullying more common among NHS black and minority ethnic staff
BLACK and minority ethnic (BME) NHS staff in England are more likely to be bullied than their white colleagues, new research has shown.
Hospital inpatients largely satisfied with care but less so with discharge processes
A MAJORITY of hospital inpatients (82 per cent) said they "always" have confidence and trust in doctors but only 62 per cent felt that hospital staff completely took their family or home situation into account when planning their discharge process.
Birth trauma reports not good enough says RCOG report
A SIGNIFICANT number of local investigations into cases of stillbirth, early neonatal death and severe brain injury occurring as a result of incidents during term labour are of "poor quality", according the first annual report of a new initiative by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
New capacity and consent tool from GMC
Doctors struggling with issues around consent and capacity can consult a new online tool launched by the General Medical Council.
Hundreds of new FGM cases recorded every month
MORE than 400 new cases of female genital mutilation (FGM) are reported each month in England, with over half occurring in London.
Cosmetic patients urged to question doctors
PATIENTS thinking of having cosmetic treatment are being urged to question their doctors in new guidance from the General Medical Council.