Category list : Patient dignity
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Using independent medical examiners to review deaths in England and Wales could lead to thousands more inquests amid concerns there are not enough pathologists willing to do post mortems.
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Why the UK should be looking at the patient centred medical home principles developed in the US
A replacement for do not attempt resuscitation orders is to be rolled out in the NHS despite concerns it could add to confusion among doctors and lead to fewer conversations between clinicians and dying patients or their families.
Rising demand for support after treatment must be met with funding
There has been an improvement in patient experience within the NHS during the last nine years according to the first ever longitudinal study of the NHS inpatient survey.
NHS England has asked doctors to resubmit a bid for funding to treat a 16-year-old girl with a drug already available to hundreds of NHS patients to stave off a judicial review over its decision.
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A High Court judge has ruled that a mentally ill man with diabetes should not be forced to undergo a life-saving amputation by an NHS trust.