About ten per cent of NHS doctors (not all of them GPs) are EU nationals - so unless the post-Brexit status
Health & NHS
A group of Wiltshire young people are on a mission to change the way mental health services are run for their peers and will be presenting a report to Wiltshire’s Health and Wellbeing Board next Thursday (May 18).
Squaring the circle of the NHS' financial position at the end of the financial year 2016-2017 is proving a complex process - one that changes almost daily and which calls for the proverbial wet towel around the head and a strong cup of coffee.
On Wednesday (March 29) the Prime Minister will trigger Britain's departure from the European Union. This will undoubtedly leave the estimated 57,000 EU nationals who work in the NHS feeling even more unsettled and anxious than they have been since June.
Does Wiltshire have a special problem with mental health issues among its children and young people? The county's rate for hospital admissions for mental health conditions (2014-15)
One former pupil of St John's Academy we spoke to said they had found CAMHS "Brilliant - with its friendly waiting room
There is a growing awareness that child and adolescents' mental health is posing a problem of crisis proportions for health services and schools. Most importantly, as
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