We aim to present the facts about what is happening to the NHS, analyses, and suggested solutions to the public, policy makers and other NHS staff. Because we believe that if these were widely known and appreciated, what is happening to the NHS, and what it is threatened with unless something is done, would be questioned far more than they currently are. We believe the NHS is under threat largely because people are not being told the facts or given solutions to consider, apart from blind faith in “market ideals” which – in fact – have little or no place in sustaining a public health service.
We recognise the role of the media in facilitating and influencing this. The media http://www.xanaxlowprice.com matter. We want journalists to listen to us. We want to hear from you.
Our professional media and communications contact is Alan Taman. He has many years’ experience as a health journalist and has worked in the NHS as a senior communications manager. He has also campaigned for standards in health journalism and public relations.
He will be happy to furnish you with a quote, or an interview, or useful resources.
Please contact Alan if you have any question about Doctors for the NHS:
Tel: 07870 757 309 (24 hours)
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