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Clapped out? Health, social care and the need to properly appreciate the urgent need for reform

1 month ago   |   By The Courier

Expecting the NHS to return to normal will be "difficult" in the first few years of recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, one of Scotland's top doctors has said.
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Clapped out? Health, social care and the need to properly appreciate the urgent need for reform

Clapped out? Health, social care and the need to properly appreciate the urgent need for reform

1 month ago   |   By Press and Journal

Expecting the NHS to return to normal will be “difficult” in the first few years of recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, one of Scotland's top doctors has said.
The future of the health and social care sector is certain to be shaped in significant and lasting ways by its experience battling the biggest public health crisis in a generation, with little expectation that the British institution will return to normal in the immediate two to three years post-crisis.
Dr Lewis Morrison, chairman of the British Medical Association in Scotland, said it is important to remember the position the...
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