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Emergency care experiences reported as "good", CQC survey finds

Emergency care experiences reported as "good", CQC survey finds

The latest national emergency department patient survey published by the Care Quality Commission shows that most people report a good experience of emergency care and describe positive interactions with doctors and nurses.

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The fight against AMR: where are we now?

The fight against AMR: where are we now?

A year on from the publication of Jim O’Neill’s review on antimicrobial resistance (AMR), new guidance is being issued by NICE on antibiotic prescribing and the latest data suggests that some progress has been achieved. However, WHO data shows that there are many resistant infections that continue to pose a significant threat to public health.

Managing the challenges of workforce planning

Managing the challenges of workforce planning

Technical editor Kate Woodhead RGN DMSlooks at the reasons why staff shortages exist in the NHS and what’s being done to address them.

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