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The post will be based at a breast cancer unit in Epping
Health serivce criticised for 'failing to keep pace with advances in digital technology and to take advantage of online tools and e-health' after researchers found doctors and nurses were sharing information via their unsecured smartphones
Ms Williams says the NHS needs protecting
These letters were published in the 7th October edition of The Independent
The Government has already set out controversial proposals for seven-day working by hospital consultants, raising the prospect of a national strike by junior doctors
Exclusive: Chief inspector of hospitals says crisis of leadership is the main factor behind poor care
The Health Secretary is appealing to junior doctors not to stage their first nationwide strike in more than three decades
'Junior doctors are the most hard working and in some ways the most under-valued employees in the NHS - they are taking the strain on the front line week in, week out'
'Incentive' system designed to produce savings on expensive scans and potentially surgical procedures
An open letter from a junior doctor to the health secretary
Doctors who work anti-social hours will be paid less
UNISON survey finds 'chronic' understaffing is driving health employees to 'the very end of their tethers'
David Flory received £410,000 alongside his £235,000 salary after stepping down as chief executive of the TDA
Young medics took to Westminster last night calling for a halt to controversial contract changes.
Helen Birtwhistle said service users were best placed to tell health service bosses where improvements needed to be made
- Threat of industrial action over Government proposals which could cause pay cuts
- Doctors warn new contract will lead to them being over-worked and put patient care at risk