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Australian men’s life expectancy jumps

Men in Australia are now living six years longer than there were in 1990, according to global health study. The new report, published in the Lancet...Read more

Half of health workers put off doctor visit due to work

Almost half (46 per cent) of all health workers have put their own health and wellbeing at risk by putting off visiting a doctor, according to new...Read more

Charity opposes 50% cut to HIV prevention funding

The government has announced that it will be making severe cuts to funding for the national HIV prevention programme in England – a decision...Read more

Latest Blogs

‘This research could be of huge clinical significance’

World Cancer Research Fund’s finding of a strong link between obesity and advanced prostate cancer could have big implications for primary care, Dr Jonathan Rees (GP) explains...Read more

Should doctors be sent to prison for clinical negligence?

In February 2010, consultant colorectal surgeon David Sellu operated on a patient with a perforated bowel, who subsequently died. The surgeon was found guilty of manslaughter by...Read more

Latest Videos

Erectile dysfunction after radiotherapy

Isabel White (Research Fellow, Psychosexual Practice, Royal Marsden Hospital, London) and Mike Kirby (Visiting Professor, Faculty of Health and Human Science, University of...Read more

Management of incontinence

Mary Garthwaite (Consultant Urologist, James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough) describes her interests in the management of incontinence and the training of new...Read more

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Reith Lectures on The Future of Medicine – parts 1 and 2
Peter Littlejohns summarises these lectures by inspirational speaker and practising surgeon Atul Gawande. The first asks ‘Why do doctors fail?’, the second considers ‘The Century of the System’…Read more

Article: Diabetes care – redefining the specialist role
Partha Kar explains how the ‘super six’ model of diabetes care redefines the role of a diabetes specialist, helping to bridge the divide between primary care and specialists…Read more