Might a headlong rush to implement ICSs erode the trust that those who have to work in and implement ICSs have for those who drive this agenda? When there is such fragility and strain across an entire service, a natural pause in proceedings at this point may over the longer term, create lasting success.Read More
The effect of being stopped and searched by the police can be psychologically traumatic and leave one feeling scared, powerless and humiliated. I thought about my patients. A lot of patients I look after are black and I wondered about how negative interactions with police could affect their psychological health and wellbeing.Read More
New research published in the BJGP from Professor Roger Gadsby and his team at the University of Warwick has highlighted how ‘morning sickness’ is not an appropriate term for nausea and vomiting in pregnancy. Professor Gadsby suggests we need to “dump this unhelpful term morning sickness” and stop trivialising the condition.Read More
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