I assume these people are trained in a complex on the outskirts of Phnom Penh where receptionists are sent for training by erstwhile ex-Khmer Rouge death camp guards
Prime Minister suggested doctors from overseas would only be welcome until more British doctors 'are able to be trained and come on board'
Findings part of wider report on how the health service is suffering due to an overstretched workforce, a recruitment crisis and underfunding
Around half of hospital consultants are believed to undertake outside work which risks conflicts of interests, according to NHS England
BMA says doctors cannot treat patients properly under the current recommended 10-minute limit per consultation
One consultant was paid £375,000 in overtime fees on top of their salary
Research shows hospital staff take women's pain less seriously, spent less time treating them and are more likely to wrongly diagnose physical pain as 'just emotional'
NHS cost-cutting measure will ‘increase workload and reduce funding’, GPs warn
Cheyenne Adele Rose says she has been 'searching for a title for what's wrong with me for years'
The new law fails to ensure women are informed of the risks and side effects, and it also does not instruct doctors what drug – or how much of it – to administer
King's Fund charity accuses the Department of Health and NHS England of ‘failing to collect data that would have provided advance warning of the crisis’
Doctors want a ruling that limiting treatment to palliative care would be lawful and in the boy's best interests
Deal with Apollo Hospitals will involve the transfer of up to 400 GPs, but Health Education England said the details ‘are still under discussion’
Doctors’ leaders claim the sector is in ‘crisis’ and warn that general practice is nearing ‘saturation point’
Kim Pace lost more than 30 pounds in six months because of a terrible stabbing sensation on the left side of his face
Patients who appear to waste doctors’ time or behave rudely are easy targets for the contempt of over-stretched staff