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Edward de Bono - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Edward de Bono (born 19 May 1933)[1] is a Maltese physician, psychologist, author, inventor and consultant. He originated the term lateral thinking, wrote the book Six Thinking Hats and is a proponent of the teaching of thinking as a subject in schools.[2]  
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about 3 years ago
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Recommended CPD Activity: Psychosis, Recognition and Treatment by General Clinicians

NAME OF AUTHOR:Dr.Boladale Mapayi,MBChB, Msc Clin Psych, FWACPsych Snr Lecturer/Consultant Psychiatrist/Clinical Psychologist, Department of Mental Health, Obafemi Awolowo University/Teaching Hospitals Complex,Ile-Ife, Osun State,Nigeria. Proposed number of credits: 2  
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about 3 years ago
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Attachment theory and John Bowlby | Noel Bell – Psychotherapist in London

John Bowlby (26 February 1907 – 2 September 1990) was a notable British psychologist, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. He became a psychoanalyst in 1937 and  during the War he served in the Royal Army Medical Corps. With his wife (Ursula Longstaff) he had 4 children. Following the War Bowlby became Director of the Tavistock Clinic in London and in 1950 he became a mental health consultant to the World Health Organization.  
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about 3 years ago
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Consultants Advising on California’s Aid-in-Dying Law

Just as California's law aid-in-dying law takes effect this week, Lonny Shavelson has added another specialty: a consultant to physicians and terminally ill patients who have questions about how it works.  
medscape.com
about 3 years ago
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Bart Baggett Official Site

Attorneys and Legal Clients: Want more information about forgery, expert witness, and legal consultations on signatures? Visit this link to learn hiring Mr. Baggett Read about Bart Baggett - Legal Consultant for Handwritten Items.  
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about 3 years ago
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Five minutes with . . . Scarlett McNally, RCS council member

The consultant orthopaedic surgeon and Royal College of Surgeons council member says that more needs to be done to encourage women into surgery  
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about 3 years ago
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Former medical director faces claims that he failed to act over concerns about doctor

The medical director of an NHS trust repeatedly failed to take action to protect patients from the risk of harm posed by a bungling consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist, the General Medical Council has alleged.  
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about 3 years ago
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Doctor urges compulsory mediation in patient care rows - BBC News

The NHS could save millions of pounds if families and doctors were offered mediation when they disagreed on a treatment, a leading consultant says.  
bbc.co.uk
about 3 years ago
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The weekend effect: now you see it, now you don’t

Those who yearn for a world in which policies are based on a systematic and dispassionate assessment of the evidence can find little encouragement in the ongoing debate about the safety of hospitals at weekends. Almost nothing is clear in this tangled tale. It began when the health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, claimed on the BBC Today programme that there were 6000 avoidable deaths each year and a lack of weekend cover by consultants was a key factor.1 Yet the evidence to support this claim was elusive. Sometimes the Department of Health pointed to a 2012 paper on hospital mortality.2 Other times, and contrary to the government’s code of practice on use of statistics, they mentioned a (then) yet to be published paper in The BMJ.3 The problem was that, while both did identify an increase in deaths among those admitted at weekends, neither attributed it to a shortage of medical staff. Both identified numerous possible explanations, including various data artefacts. Indeed, the second paper stated explicitly that “to assume that [these deaths] are avoidable would be rash and misleading.”3  
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over 3 years ago
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The weekend effect: now you see it, now you don’t

Those who yearn for a world in which policies are based on a systematic and dispassionate assessment of the evidence can find little encouragement in the ongoing debate about the safety of hospitals at weekends. Almost nothing is clear in this tangled tale. It began when the health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, claimed on the BBC Today programme that there were 6000 avoidable deaths each year and a lack of weekend cover by consultants was a key factor.1 Yet the evidence to support this claim was elusive. Sometimes the Department of Health pointed to a 2012 paper on hospital mortality.2 Other times, and contrary to the government’s code of practice on use of statistics, they mentioned a (then) yet to be published paper in The BMJ.3 The problem was that, while both did identify an increase in deaths among those admitted at weekends, neither attributed it to a shortage of medical staff. Both identified numerous possible explanations, including various data artefacts. Indeed, the second paper stated explicitly that “to assume that [these deaths] are avoidable would be rash and misleading.”3  
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over 3 years ago
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Staff shortages are putting UK breast cancer screening “at risk,” survey finds

The Royal College of Radiologists has warned of a “looming crisis” in breast cancer screening in the United Kingdom after a workforce survey showed that more than a 10th of consultant breast radiologist posts were unfilled.  
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over 3 years ago
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Neurology team finalists

Children born with cerebral palsy in Northern Ireland faced a fragmented pattern of care when Claire Lundy was appointed consultant in paediatric neurodisability at Belfast Health and Social Care Trust in 2011. “Individually they were probably being treated pretty well, though they were ricocheting between services,” she says. “But there was a real challenge for the more able children. They were seen when quite young but then forgotten about, with their needs unmet.”  
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Neurology team finalists

Children born with cerebral palsy in Northern Ireland faced a fragmented pattern of care when Claire Lundy was appointed consultant in paediatric neurodisability at Belfast Health and Social Care Trust in 2011. “Individually they were probably being treated pretty well, though they were ricocheting between services,” she says. “But there was a real challenge for the more able children. They were seen when quite young but then forgotten about, with their needs unmet.”  
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over 3 years ago
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Foreign health experts face sack under India’s new guidelines

More than 100 government health advisers could lose their jobs in the coming months because of the Indian government’s new guidelines on consultants who are funded by “bilateral partners and multilateral organisations.”1  
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over 3 years ago
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Foreign health experts face sack under India’s new guidelines

More than 100 government health advisers could lose their jobs in the coming months because of the Indian government’s new guidelines on consultants who are funded by “bilateral partners and multilateral organisations.”1  
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over 3 years ago
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Cardiology team

When Orhan Uzun was appointed consultant paediatric cardiologist at the University Hospital of Wales in 2001, antenatal detection of congenital heart defects was poor. “There was a lot of enthusiasm but no leadership and no equity of access,” he says. “People from different parts of the country were not getting the same quality of service. And I wasn’t happy that some people had to travel for two hours to see me—two hours there, two hours back; it wasn’t fair.”  
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over 3 years ago
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Gastroenterology team

“In the past, managing irritable bowel syndrome by controlling the diet has been seen as a wacky idea—one for those who aren’t science driven,” admits Miranda Lomer, senior consultant dietician at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust in London. But many minds have been changed by the success of a dietary regimen originally developed in Australia.  
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over 3 years ago
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Gastroenterology team

“In the past, managing irritable bowel syndrome by controlling the diet has been seen as a wacky idea—one for those who aren’t science driven,” admits Miranda Lomer, senior consultant dietician at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust in London. But many minds have been changed by the success of a dietary regimen originally developed in Australia.  
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over 3 years ago
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Surgeon is struck off for catalogue of failings in care of six patients who died

A consultant general and gastrointestinal surgeon has been struck off after a regulatory tribunal found that his skills and knowledge fell “far below the standard expected from a consultant surgeon” and that he was guilty of a catalogue of failings amounting to serious misconduct in treating six patients who died in his care.  
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over 3 years ago
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Surgeon is struck off for catalogue of failings in care of six patients who died

A consultant general and gastrointestinal surgeon has been struck off after a regulatory tribunal found that his skills and knowledge fell “far below the standard expected from a consultant surgeon” and that he was guilty of a catalogue of failings amounting to serious misconduct in treating six patients who died in his care.  
feeds.bmj.com
over 3 years ago