Kaizen Healthcare’s weekly news round-up

17th May 2016

A round-up of some of the healthcare stories making the news this past week:

  • NHS staff could be trained to plug skills gap – via Sky News
  • Advanced breast cancer sufferers are ‘left in the shadows’, new report says – via The Journal
  • GPs to slash drug prices by cutting out pharmacies – via Business Post
  • Lack of commitment to mental health funding – via Irish Health
  • Drugs: Mother warns young people not to abuse prescription drugs after son’s death – via BBC
  • Pharmacists concerned by GP plans to dispense medicine – via The Irish Times
  • Gluten-free diet not a healthy option for all – via Irish Health
  • More young people are running the risk of skin cancer by not sheltering from the sun – via Breaking News
  • Major conference for type 1 diabetes – via Irish Health


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