Members of Health Campaigns Together and Keep Our NHS Public have been urged to write to the Chief Executive of the General Medical Council, Charles Massey, following its recent response to Dr Hadiza Baw-Garba’s conviction for negeligence manslaughter. DFNHS members are asked to consider doing the same. (more…)
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Doctors for the NHS will be submitting evidence to the Health Select Committee on Accountable Care Organisations and Sustainability and Transformation Plans. You can read a summary of the evidence on STPs here and on ACOs here.
The High Court has enabled the judicial review of the policy on accountable care organisations to go ahead by capping the Secretary of State’s and NHS England’s costs – i.e., the costs they can ask the claimants to pay if, at the end of the day, the claimants lose. In an important judgment, Mrs Justice….
The High Court on 26 January granted permission to Professor Stephen Hawking, DFNHS Chair Dr Colin Hutchinson, Professor Allyson Pollock, Professor Sue Richards and Dr Graham Winyard to bring a judicial review against the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Jeremy Hunt, and NHS England to challenge the introduction of accountable care organisations….
GPs will debate a proposal to allow privatised GP services in England today and Doctors for the NHS stands firmly against the idea. (more…)
A campaign seeking a judicial review to stop the Secretary of State, Jeremy Hunt, from bringing forward technical changes to regulations that would facilitate the introduction of Accountable Care Organisations (ACOs) in England was launched last week: and DFNHS members are being asked to support it. (more…)
Justin Madders, MP, will be speaking to DFNHS members at this year’s AGM in York, on Saturday 7 October. (more…)
A collection of short presentations in video format interviewing Caroline Molloy, Editor of OurNHS – ideal for sharing The controlled demolition of the NHS The massive scale of privatisation The state of nursing On Theresa May, Brexit, Trump and the NHS
The stirring speeches, the resounding applause, the calls to action, the shouts of support. Talk nhs: a public debate on the past, present and future of the nhs (RSM London, Saturday 19th August) promises to be one of the most motivating and well-attended public meetings on the plight of the NHS for some time. The….
The ‘It’s Our NHS’ march on 4 March drew at least 200,000 people to central London to call for the destruction of the NHS to stop. Doctors for the NHS was there, setting out from BMA House to be part of the multitude. On a day that saw the weather hold back the rain until….