Results Showing | 31 - 40 of 2006
Delay in Government response to the Paterson Inquiry
THE Government has announced that its formal written response to the Paterson Inquiry will be delayed due to "diverted resources" in dealing with the COVID-19 crisis.
Some adults may be unclear, unrealistic or ambivalent about their personal circumstances and it is incumbent upon healthcare professionals to work with those adults to understand what “being safe” means to them, and how that can be best achieved.
...The letter of claim alleges that Mr K was not informed that he would be undergoing open surgery, nor was there any discussion of the risks/benefits of the procedure...
Providing routine primary care during COVID-19
WHAT are your professional responsibilities in providing routine healthcare in a primary care setting where service demand and modes of delivery are drastically different?
...Mr G claims to have not been made aware of potential complications prior to RCT; nor did the dentist inform him of the significant bleeding during the procedure...
Review to track ethnicity in COVID-19 cases
A GOVERNMENT review into the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on BAME communities must be informed by real-time data collection, says the BMA.
PPE guidance for NHS teams
GUIDANCE on the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) in medical and dental care has been published by clinical leaders across the UK.
Poll - has COVID-19 changed the way you work for good?
Cast your vote in our poll to find out how many clinicians will revert back to old working habits post-pandemic.
Quiz - COVID-19 issues
Test your knowledge on issues relating to the coronavirus pandemic
Concern over patients avoiding emergency care
RECORD low attendances at emergency departments in England over the month of March have led to concerns that people with serious health problems are not seeking emergency care out of fear of COVID-19.