Saturday, October 23, 2021
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Violence on the Frontline: the changing public perception of the NHS

'The assault of NHS workers is far from a new phenomenon.' Emily Passmore discusses public perceptions of the NHS and how COVID-19 has exposed them.

Clap for Our Carers: A Revival of Direct Action

Standing in suburban London as a short-lived round of applause peters out, I couldn't help but think to myself: What is the point? Notwithstanding the admirable sentiment...

Sleep is for the Rich

This may sound familiar. Five political prisoners are locked in a gas chamber in 1940s Russia. In a military-sanctioned experiment, the subjects are kept awake...

Oxford medical students join NHS to combat coronavirus

Students will assist in both an administrative and patient-facing capacity

NHS chief criticises Gwyneth Paltrow’s GOOP lifestyle brand at Oxford event

Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle brand Goop has been criticised by Sir Simon Stevens, chief executive of the NHS, for perpetuating “myths and misinformation” that...

Why we need to stop throwing money at the NHS

As the battle lines were being drawn for the General Election, candidates began to make promises and, surprisingly enough, the NHS was once again...

Oxfordshire County Council vote ‘No confidence’ in Oxford Health

Councillors cite ‘lack of respect’ from health chiefs following no confidence vote.

Oxford marches for an end to NHS crisis

Demonstrators marched in protest against cuts and privatisation, as well as calling for pay increase to end the staffing crisis.

Oxford University Hospitals staffing woes persist

The trust has exceeded its annual agency staff spending cap, as well as seeing an increase in the number of EU nurses leaving their posts.

Oxford University Hospital privatisation row referred to Secretary for Health

Oxford University Hospitals will now work with private medical company InHealth to provide PET-CT scans, following threats of legal action by NHS England.