The Times view on the 73rd birthday of the NHS: Health and Wealth | Comment

Politicians have lauded the NHS after a difficult year, but continue to dodge questions about its long-term funding ROBERT MELEN/ALAMY The NHS may be the most celebrated septuagenarian in the world. Britons have applauded it from the doorstep, children have adorned their windows with rainbow drawings to express the nation’s gratitude, and its 73rd birthday … Read more

NHS Grampian issues guidance before holidays

The public health chief steering the north-east through the pandemic has issued summer holidays Covid advice in a letter to parents. In it, NHS Grampian urged parents to continue testing their children for Covid-19 during the school holidays. The letter, issued to parents in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray, arrives in time for the end of … Read more

Health Profession students support Cambridge and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust initiative

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A day in the life of a first contact physiotherapist with NHS Highland

Ciaran McManus. NHS Highland wants to share stories of some of its thousands of workers to showing the range of careers available. First up is Ciaran McManus, clinical lead for first contact physiotherapists in general practice I am a first contact physiotherapist (FCP), which is an advanced physiotherapy practitioner who is based within a GP … Read more

Why I despair at our sexist NHS, by health minister Nadine Dorries

In an extraordinary interview, Nadine Dorries accused many doctors of failing to listen to female patients

Why I despair at our NHS: Former health minister Nadine Dorries says sexism is rife in the system and urges women to stand up to doctors who try to ‘fob us off’ Nadine Dorries accused many doctors of failing to listen to female patients She said health service had been guilty of ‘shutting down’ complaints … Read more

Health Minister Nadine Dorries says NHS can be ‘sexist’ and ‘shuts down’ women’s complaints

Women's complaints can be 'shut down' by the NHS, according to Health Minister Nadine Dorries

A Health Minister has admitted she thinks the NHS can be sexist and “shuts down” complaints by women over their care. Nadine Dorries said there have been “unconscious biases against women since the beginning of time” as she revealed she had been “fobbed off” herself when seeking treatment. But in a fiery clash on BBC … Read more

NHS Highland health board region registers another five cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus over the past day

Covid-19 update. ANOTHER five people have tested positive for the Covid-19 virus across the NHS Highland health board area. The region’s cumulative number of known cases since the start of the pandemic increased from 5368 to 5373 when Public Health Scotland released the latest daily figures on Monday. There were a further 641 positive tests … Read more

Female ex-prisoner to become first to publicly sue NHS over mental health care in jail | UK News

Farah Damji

A woman who has been in and out of prison for 25 years is trying to become the first to publicly sue the NHS over claims of bad mental health care in jail. Farah Damji, 54, has four convictions for 28 offences, including multiple counts of theft, fraud, stalking and breach of a restraining order, … Read more