The Treatments Doctors Would Themselves Avoid: Many a True Word Said in Jest? (The Guardian: Life and Style)


A national expert on dementia from the University of Stirling is clearly of the “NHS hospitals are very bad places when it comes to the standards of care for frail elderly patients” viewpoint.

Read more: What doctors won’t do. Life and style. The Guardian.


What doctors won’t do: from steroids to sleeping tablets, IVF to the flu jab. Doctors reveal the treatments they would avoid. London: The Guardian, January 19th 2013.

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Dementia and Elderly Care News. Wolverhampton Medical Institute: WMI. (jh)
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