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Seven Day Hospital Pharmacy Services (NHS England / BBC News)

Summary NHS England’s “Transformation of Seven Day Clinical Pharmacy Services in Acute Hospitals” report explains how seven-day clinical pharmacy services can benefit patients. Seven-day hospital pharmacy services might also help improve hospital efficiency, in the context of ten Seven Day … Continue reading

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The Weekend Effect: a Summing-Up of the Evidence (Department of Health / BBC News / NHS Employers / BMJ / Journal of Health Services Research and Policy)

Summary Debates have arisen recently about possible “spin” and politically-motivated distortion in interpretation of the “weekend effect” and the benefits to patients of seven-day working. The Department of Health has produced an impartial presentation of the research. This includes a … Continue reading

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