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The future of the NHS.

The future of the NHS.

History of the NHS: It was founded in 5 July 1948 it was founded by  Aneurin  Bevan and its  Gpd is 8. everyone pays taxes to provide the NHS money to pay there doctors and staff. Also it is for the equipment it needs and all the technology. I think  that […]

What’s the future of the NHS?

What’s the future of the NHS?

I think that for the future of the NHS will be that they will make it expensive to see a doctor and lots of people will get ill, or maybe even die. The collapse of the NHS is bad, and I hope that visiting a doctor will be free in […]

John Ruskin’s Future of the NHS

John Ruskin’s Future of the NHS

The Burnet News Club from John Ruskin In order of appearance: FashionRepresenter and FriendshipAdventurer CleverWriter and Creative Adventurer and (ExcellentContributor) BestEverReporter and ArtImaginativePerson BraveAdventurer and (EagerFeatureWrite) FameJournalistCreator and DreamingImagination and EnergyReporter

Lucy Palmer | goodbye Burnet News Club members!

Lucy Palmer | goodbye Burnet News Club members!

Hello Burnet News Club members!   I’m very sad to say that I will be leaving The Economist Educational Foundation on Friday. I wanted to write to tell you how much I have loved working with you all! I started volunteering for the Foundation back in 2013, running workshops in London […]

The NHS In England

The NHS In England

In,2014, the Commonwealth Fund declared that in comparison with the healthcare systems of 10 other countries (Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and the US) the NHS was the most impressive overall. The NHS was rated as the best system in terms of efficiency, effective care, […]

The NHS

The NHS

We are very lucky to have the NHS and it’s important to all of us in the UK. A big thing that people always moan about is funding and there not being enough money to make it as good as it could be. I think we should cut down missed […]

HEALTHCARE: How Much Does The NHS Actually Cost?

HEALTHCARE: How Much Does The NHS Actually Cost?

This week in our Burnet session, we discussed different figures opinions on how we should make the NHS a better service. I, personally supported Becks Fisher’s opinion that “There are lots of different ways across all parts of the NHS where we can make savings… but sometimes, to make things more efficient, […]

HEALTHCARE: What About Self-Inflicted?

HEALTHCARE: What About Self-Inflicted?

  Many people go into hospitals with self-inflicted injuries and illnesses. These include things like self-harm, alcohol poisoning and drug addictions. The only one of those three examples that actually can be caused by another person is self-harm. However, alcohol poisoning and drug addictions are entirely self-inflicted, unless peer-pressured. – […]

The NHS in England

The NHS in England

The NHS in England deals with over 1 million patients every 36 hours. It covers everything, including antenatal screening, routine screenings (such as the NHS Health Check), treatments for long-term conditions, transplants, emergency treatment and end-of-life care. Responsibility for healthcare in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales is devolved to the Northern Ireland Assembly, the Scottish Government and the Welsh Assembly […]

Curiosity Corner Competition no.26

Curiosity Corner Competition no.26

Last week we asked you to be curious about what health care is like in other countries. Lil’tycollector from St Peter’s Primary School asked a question that compares the NHS to lots of other systems, like in America, where they have to pay for health care. This question was debatable and […]