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Controversial Devon doctor, John Dean, to stand for National Health Action Party in Central Devon

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We are pleased to announce our candidate for Central Devon, consultant cardiologist Dr John Dean. Controversial Devon doctor to stand for National Health Action Party in Central Devon  Devon is one of three areas of England to have been designated an NHS 'success regime', which means they are considered to be failing completely and will be subject to stringent cuts …

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Mental health expert Dr Carl Walker prospective parliamentary candidate East Worthing & Shoreham

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National Health Action Party press release 8 May 2017 Dr Carl Walker prospective parliamentary candidate East Worthing & Shoreham Dr Walker is the principal lecturer in psychology at the University of Brighton and researches in community mental health. He was chair of the European Community Psychology Association Task Force on Austerity and Mental Health. He previously stood for the NHA …

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The Friday Surgery

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This Friday Surgery has a locum contributor, Julian Patterson, who edits the NHS Network blog. A big thank you to Julian Patterson for allowing us to reproduce Martin Plackard's Rear View here. Health Warning: this is a satirical blog based on the STPs so if you're not keen on satire this blog is not for you. At the end of December Radio …

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Private income is expanding in NHS Trusts

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The NHS as a public service was once the envy of the world and recognised as one of the greatest humanitarian achievement of the 20th century. The NHS, as we knew it, is in crisis with many hospitals on black alert (hospitals at full capacity, closed to further admissions), routine operations being cancelled including cancer surgery, a lack of provision …

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NHA welcomes a new leader and a new year fighting for the NHS

My name is Alex Ashman. This new year message is to introduce myself and to look to the fight for our NHS. That may not be a message full of seasonal cheer, but with the Clinical Commissioning Groups signing 2 year service contracts on 23 December, which will hasten along the Sustainability and Transformation Plans, neither the government nor NHS England are …

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