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Doctors in Unite
Union for doctors & medical students. Uncompromisingly pro-NHS, free at the point of use, publically owned and provided. Join 100,000 other NHS staff in Unite
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Stand Up To Racism Oct 13
Brilliant to see the union banners and delegations flooding into Old Palace Yard to and
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Dr Kevin O'Kane Oct 13
The agency cap is self-imposed and has no legal basis. Failure to make elective targets will increase as doctors leave the NHS. Doctors are right to hold out for wages consistent with their training, experience & responsibilities.
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Unite the union Oct 13
Q: Can you join a union if your employer doesn’t recognise them? A: Yes! Got questions about trade unions? Make sure you know your facts from the fiction!
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Dr Ameen Kamlana #OurNHS70 Oct 13
. is a parasitic organisation that puts profits before patients. They are registered with via a holding company in Jersey, the offshore tax haven. and are carving up the NHS with , and it's time we called them out.
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Dr Kevin O'Kane Oct 13
We are currently wasting doctors. Only 42% of FY2s proceeded to the next stage in training last year & 30% of consultants plan to retire in the next decade. Who is replacing them? What a waste! We need urgent action on doctors’ pay & pensions.
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Angela Rayner Oct 12
Up to 32% pay rise for Senior Judges because they have "low morale"&their pensions have changed🤔I support increased pay for public servants, can Teachers,Nurses,Firefighters,Council Staff,Police,Armed Forces&other Public Service workers have such a rise?
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CHPI Oct 12
How might the work of '70s GP-innovator Julian Tudor Hart be relevant to 21st century developments in service provision like that offered by ?
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Dr Kevin O'Kane Oct 11
Senior Salaries Review Board recommends 32% increase for judges to tackle morale & retention. Meanwhile DDRB & treat NHS consultants with derision. Time is running out for amicable settlement as doctors forced to consider industrial action.
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Keep Our NHS Public Oct 12
JOIN US: 10:30am Parliament Westminster, Scrap the ICP contract, Support the NHS Bill... Vitally important for everyone in London or nearby to attend: Click 'Going' on the Facebook event and share widely here:
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Cicely Cunningham Oct 12
“Machines can never care”: why tech can not replace people
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Harry Leslie Smith Oct 11
When you've heard the cries of people dying from cancer who were too poor to afford morphine, like I did as a boy; you'd understand that public healthcare must be a human right not a privileged or else society and democracy can't survive.
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Dr Sonia Adesara Oct 12
Cruel policies put vulnerable women at risk Pregnant women, including victims of trafficking and Abuse are too scared to access care policies are dangerous & inhumane need to take action
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CHPI Oct 11
Julian Tudor Hart the legend of General Practice knew the importance of technology. But he knew that it wasn't enough. Read the brilliant on what he has learned from Julian Tudor Hart
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Dr Ameen Kamlana #OurNHS70 Oct 12
More fundamentally, we need a return to a progressive public service NHS based co-operation, as opposed to current regressive trend towards greater privatisation and competition (which we had before the NHS). But that requires a discussion of corporate influence on policy first.
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Dr Sonia Adesara Oct 12
Average age of women dying on the street in 39 - We need a confidential enquiry Looking at every time these individuals have come into contact with the state
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Dr Sonia Adesara Oct 12
It is NEVER acceptable to discharge patients to the streets Yet those of us working in the NHS know this happens regularly The System continues to let vulnerable people down Unacceptable We need politcal will & a multi-system approach to stop this
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Dr David Wrigley Oct 11
CAMHS (childrens mental health) is a complete disaster across country. For yrs politicians like said they would tackle it but children continue to be left unwell on huge waiting lists with v concerned parents trying to cope. Political failure
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Dr Murphy Oct 10
Dear You have 'rightfully' gained a reputation for the use of misleading marketing claims & the promotion of flawed, unvalidated . Can you please confirm; has the Babylon Healthcheck been validated?
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Doctors in Unite Oct 11
Even IF the UK trained enough doctors, we would still need colleagues from abroad. In our current any tightening of the visa rules for staff is incredibly shortsighted
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Dr David Wrigley Oct 11
Mr Hancock..... we’ve heard the same rhetoric from your govt for 8 years now. In that time NHS staff struggle on with inadequate resources and my mental health patients suffer in silence with v serious mental health problems. We’re short of thousands of MH staff
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