Issue : 2001-08-30
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Surely some mistake?Subscription
Fragile Lives: death, dying and careSubscription
Changing the culture:Subscription
Changing the culture: patient advocacy service, Brighton Penny Dunman has worked as patient advocate at Brighton Healthcare trust for over seven years.During that time, she has championed the concerns of many patients and helped to defuse a few time bombs.
More than a rubber stampSubscription
More than a rubber stamp: the Patients'Cancer Council The Patients'Cancer Council consists of patients, carers and health professionals and has been running at Leicester Royal Infirmary for the past four years.
Research in trouble both sides of pondSubscription
Are medical errors responsible for as many deaths as believed; how easy is it to predict the future of healthcare; and why are so few doctors embracing scientific research? This month's column examines these issues
Health service managers have expressed caution over moves to allow patients to receive treatment paid for by the NHS in other European countries.
St Helier buys time to revive fortunesSubscription
The trust which was the subject of the Commission for Health Improvement's most damning report to date has been given extra time to put together an action plan to turn its fortunes around.
Back to knees in Neasden?Subscription