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Round up: medical professionalism stories from across the internet this week

Here are some of the stories that caught our eye this week:

Staff care: How to engage staff in the NHS and why it matters – Jocelyn Cornwell, Chief Executive of the Point of Care Foundation, introduces the Foundation’s inaugural report which argues that caring about the people who work in healthcare is the key to developing a caring and compassionate health service.

Evaluating the big bang: the impact of introducing named accountable GPs – Adam Steventon, Director of Data Analytics at The Health Foundation, looks at the impact of the named accountable GPs policy introduced in England in April 2014.

District nursing – it’s not just an injection… – Rebecca Myers, Community Staff Nurse, shares her thoughts on what ‘good care’ looks like in district nursing services.

Where is the public pressure for social care reform? – Ruth Thorlby, Deputy Director of Policy at The Nuffield Trust, asks whether there will ever be overwhelming public pressure for social care reform.

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