August 9, 2017


August 9, 2017

Guernsey: a vision for healthcare reform?

With the NHS facing the unedifying prospect of its worst A&E waiting times in a long time, and bed-blocking up by 52 per cent in three years, a quiet corner of the British Isles has employed a healthcare funding model that keeps its health service in fighting form, says William Walter. 
July 14, 2017

Big data: a friend or foe in healthcare?

William Pett discusses the growing suspicion that big data is being used to subvert rather than enhance democracy and explores the implications of  this for the healthcare industry.
July 11, 2017

US pro-lifers should butt out of Charlie Gard case

Andre Walker asks how the court, the hospital or the parents of Charlie Gard are assisted by the presence of people like the Reverend Jim Mahoney, a US pro-life campaigner.
April 21, 2017

Tackling Britain’s silent health crisis

Irrespective of who wins on 8 June, Britain’s next Prime Minister will be confronted with one of the foremost public health issues in a generation, says Danny Bowman.
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