The Renewal of Medical Education in the Era of the COVID 19 Pandemic
Professor John Sandars The COVID 19 pandemic has seen unprecedented disruption in how we all live, learn and work; medical education has been no exception. The global impact has fallen mainly on clinical training, especially for medical students and junior doctors. Traditional opportunities for clinical training, including general practice and hospital, initially became impossible due […]
Merseyside Health – why is it worse than elsewhere?
In 2014 the Margaret Westhead Inquiry Panel into Health Equity in the North of England delivered their report. The Due North Report revealed that the North of England suffers from significantly lower investment in public health and poorer health outcomes compared to other English regions. Whilst the North of England is home to about 30% […]