Earlier this year, trainee nurse Emily and the Organise team had made a petition to the Department of Health demanding that nursing bursaries are brought back for all trainee nurses. In a major U-turn, the government and key NHS bodies in England are now examining ways in which they would bring back financial support for … Continue reading IT WORKED!
SEE OUR NHS BIRTHDAY PICTURES HERE!
NHS Birthday – 5 July. Look at our photos as we delivered cakes to NHS staff to say happy birthday to the NHS and thank you to them for all their hard work, doing hours of unpaid overtime to keep us safe despite the under-funding of the NHS.
OPPOSING THE SUSTAINABILITY AND TRANSFORMATION PLANS FOR NORTH CENTRAL LONDON
We are working with other campaign groups in Camden, Haringey, Enfield and Barnet to oppose the planned £900m cuts which the government hopes to introduce across these five boroughs. The five boroughs in North Central London make up one of 44 ‘footprints’ across the whole country where similar cuts are being imposed. The UK spends … Continue reading OPPOSING THE SUSTAINABILITY AND TRANSFORMATION PLANS FOR NORTH CENTRAL LONDON
PETITION TO ISLINGTON CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP
We call on Islington Clinical Commissioning Group, who make the key budget decisions for the NHS in Islington, to stand up for the right of local people to have an NHS that meets their needs, rather than going along with government cuts. In particular No more sale of NHS assets to private developers to pay … Continue reading PETITION TO ISLINGTON CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP
RESTRICTIVE SCOPE OF TREATMENTS AVAILABLE TO NHS PATIENTS
Islington Clinical Commissioning Group and the CCGs in the other four boroughs of North Central London voted on 7 March 2019 to restrict the scope of treatments available to NHS patients. This change is called ‘Procedures of Limited Clinical Effectiveness’ but this is a euphemism as many of the treatments being banned are very effective. … Continue reading RESTRICTIVE SCOPE OF TREATMENTS AVAILABLE TO NHS PATIENTS
ISLINGTON PHARMACISTS ARE RUNNING SHORT OF DRUGS
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