Daily Archives: January 10, 2018

More clinical pharmacists set to boost GP services for patients and practices

Nearly 34 million patients will benefit from improved GP services as NHS England boosts the number of surgery-based clinical pharmacists that can offer expert medication and treatment. The NHS England scheme has proved popular with both patients and GP practices … Continue reading

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NHS supports budding entrepreneurs developing voice-recognition app for tackling blood disease

The NHS has selected 138 entrepreneurs to design and deliver new technological solutions and innovations in healthcare. This includes the appointment of five healthcare scientists, tackling conditions including sickle cell disease and allergic reactions. The Clinical Entrepreneurs Programme, run by … Continue reading

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ANC’s gridlock foretells 2019 rainbow coalition – Desmond Tutu Leadership Centre

CAPE TOWN — In this powerfully accurate satirical analysis of the ANC’s post-conference “unity” rhetoric, Chuck Stephens, Executive Director of the Desmond Tutu Centre for Leadership, hones in on the democratically vital concept of two centres of power. We’ve gone from … Continue reading

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