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June almost marks the end of May
Facing a challenging future
Bites
Making the NHS a priority out of a hung parliament
What could the DUP alliance mean for health?
THIS HOUSE BELIEVES THAT EMERGENCY SURGERY SHOULD BE A SPECIALTY IN ITS OWN RIGHT
THIS HOUSE BELIEVES THAT EMERGENCY SURGERY SHOULD BE A SPECIALTY IN ITS OWN RIGHT
STRONGER IN THE BROKEN PLACES
Medical device use post Brexit: should we be concerned?
Implications of the Ian Paterson case for the private hospital sector
Medical women: Perspective from the victorian medical profession
RCS Current Awareness Updates
Improving communication in recruitment consultations for randomised controlled trials
The extended surgical team
The study of art and its influence on the education of surgeons
Re-evaluation of three-session theatre efficiency
Emergency laparotomy, the ELC and quality improvement
Consent for a cannula
Slop and decrepitude