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Record numbers beating breast cancer in the UK
THE death rate for women diagnosed with breast cancer has fallen by 44 per cent over the past 30 years, new figures have revealed.
National academy to boost social prescribing
A NEW organisation is being set up to promote social prescribing in England and will be headed by outgoing RCGP chair Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard.
Mental health scheme for doctors and dentists extended
A SCHEME providing 24/7 mental health support to NHS doctors and dentists has been rolled out across England.
Quiz - record keeping
Take our quick quiz and test your knowledge on record keeping
Poll - treating a colleague's patient
Cast your vote in our poll to find out how many clinicians make a note of when they review or prescribe for a colleague's patient
GDC reduces annual retention fee
THE GDC has announced a reduction in its annual retention fee (ARF).
Rise in antidepressant use in over-65s
A RECENT study has revealed a significant increase in antidepressant use over two decades in people aged 65 and older.
HR Alert: Big changes for 2020
THERE are some big employment law changes planned from April 2020.
Ask the expert: Covert recording of a disciplinary hearing
WE have heard a rumour that an employee plans to covertly record her disciplinary hearing. Is this allowed, and can we also secretly record the meeting?
Case study: Accessing an employee’s personal phone
THIS case highlights the difficulties around using information gathered from an employee’s personal mobile phone in disciplinary action.