Helen Jamison is Deputy Director of the Science Media Centre, working on the front line between science and the news since 2007. She has previously worked at Nature magazine, is a neuroscientist by training and has blogged for the Times.
19 March 2013 04:08 PM
At a time when Britain's public services are more cash-strapped than ever, PR for the NHS might seem like an unjustifiable expense. It isn't, it's vital
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The Liverpool Care Pathway has brought death back into the headlines, but instead of the open discussion we need, it's become another hysterical debate
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