Struggling NHS – Research

Increase in A&E Waiting times targets missed

Privatisation Fears

Staff shortages necessitating hiring of expensive Agency staff

Hospitals struggling to cope, being placed into special measures

Cuts leading to ‘humanitarian crisis’

Protests to underfunding

Ambulance response times worsening

Lack of beds leading to duty of care violations

Further concerns to NHS privatisation, forecasting

Junior Doctors dispute over shift and contract conditions

Narrative example – Junior Doctor suicide


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