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[英伦广角] 2015-05-23 英国护士因不满加班工资待遇或将举行大罢工

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[英伦广角] 2015-05-23 英国护士因不满加班工资待遇或将举行大罢工

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Strike Threat As PM Says NHS Is In 'Safe Hands'


The Royal College of Nursing issues a warning as David Cameron commits to healthcare "wherever you are and whenever you need it".

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[Homework]2015-05-23 英国护士因不满加班工资待遇或将举行大罢工

A statement of intense from the Prime Minister, the first speech of his second term at Birmingham GP Surgery and promised to fund and transform the NHS by 2020 into a seven-day operation. -Diseases don't work weekdays nine-to-five, so neither can we.
Those election accusations that he would cut, privatize the NHS untrue, argues the PM. In fact, he says he'll fund 8 billion pounds a year to provide free house-care, wherever and whenever it's needed.
-Today, as we speak about 7.5 million people have access 8 in the morning until 8 in the evening 7 days a week to a GP. That will be 18 million by the end of this year. And we want to have that available for everybody by the end of the Parliament. And that is in our plans and in the money we are provided. And I'm confident we will achieve it.
This surgery is in a partnership that was given funding for high-tech general practice by the PMs' challenge fund.
-What you do notice is that there is very few people waiting in the waiting room. This is one reason the concept centre called the health hub. Here, 70,000 patients cost 15 GP surgeries. I doubt in the new way this is another reason. The app helps to connect and manage these appointments a new thing here. And lastly, its skype consultations mentioned by the Prime Minister, pal of many types of technology that Prime Minister says will transform the NHS starting with GP sugeries. But is it raising expectations too high with this promise of seven-day service and where is the funding?
Nurses could go on strike at this seven-day plans, and even the man in charge of NHS England sounded a note of caution with the PM in the audience.
-We also need careful discipline facing our own ambition to expand services, be it improving cancer care, mental health, primary care, all of the things we want to do, including seven-day services.
Meanwhile, paients are adjusting to this new world of virtual GPs, but challenges remain on GP requirement.
-Workload is a major issue, and I think what we found is by scaling up, you can start to use different health care professionals to service some of the excess issues, so pharmacists introducing nurses into the model as well. Not every patient needs to see a GP. By introducing other health care professionals, maybe that will help address some of the workload issues.
The PM also told Sky News there was no need for another top-down NHS organization, but is now raising big expectations about health for the public. Such things are far easier to promise than deliver, but that is his challenge.
F* E*, Sky News, in Birmingham.

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[Homework]2015-05-23 英国护士因不满加班工资待遇或将举行大罢工

A statement of intense from the prime minister. The first speech of his second term, as a burning of GP surgery and promised to fund and transform the NHS by 2020. It was 7-day operation.

Diseases do not work weekdays nine to five, so neither can me.


The accusations that he would cut privatize the NHS unture argues the PM, in fact, he says he will find 8 billion pounds a year to provide free-health care wherever and whenever it is needed.


Today, as we speeched, about seven and a half million people have access 8 in  the morning to 8 in the everning, seven days a week to AGP  that would be 18 million by the end of this year and we would hope that available for everyboy by the end of the parliament, that is in our plans and  in the money  that we are provided it. And i am confident we will achieve it.


D-surgery is in the pulish, that has given funding for high-tech general practice by the PM's challenge fault.


What do you notice is there is few people waiting in the waiting room, this is one reason the contact center called health hup. Here, 70000 parents cost 15 GP surgeries in a new way. This is other reason the app, the app helps connect and manage those appointments a new thing here. Lastly, its skype consultations mentioned by the prime minister, pal of many types of tech that the prime minister says will transform the NHS started with GP surgeries. But is it raising an expection too high, with this promise--a seven day service and where is the funding?



                                                   



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[Homework]2015-05-23 英国护士因不满加班工资待遇或将举行大罢工

A statement of intent from the Prime Minister, the first speech of his second term at a Birmingham GP surgery, and a promise to fund and transform the NHS by 2020 into a seven day operation.Diseases don't work weekdays nine to five, so neither can we.
Those election accusations that he would cut and privatize the NHS untrue argues the PM, in fact he says he'll fund eight billion pounds a year to provide free health care wherever and whenever it's needed.
Today as we speak about 7.5 million people have access eight in the morning to eight in the evening, seven days a week to a GP, that will be 18 million by the end of this year, and we want to have that available for everybody by the end of the parliament, and that is in our plans and in the money that we are providing, and i'm confident we'll achieve it.
The surgery is in a partnership that was given funding for high tech general practice by the PM's challenge fund.
One thing you do notice is that there are very few people waiting in the waiting room, this is one reason the contact room called the health hub here 70,000 patients across 15 GP surgeries are dealt with in a new way, this is another reason, the app helps connecting, manage those appointments, a new thing here, and lastly this Skype consultations mentioned by the Prime Minister, part of many types of technology that the Prime Minister says will transform the NHS, starting with GP surgeries, but is he raising expectations too high with this promise of seven day service and where is the fund?
Nurses could go on strike at the seven day plans and even the man in charge of NHS England sounded a note of caution with the PM in the audience.
We'll also need careful discipline facing our ambition to expand the services, be it improve cancer care, mental health, primary care all those things we want to do, including seven day services.
Meanwhile patients are adjusting to this new world of virtual GPs, but challenges remained on GP recruitments.
Workload is a major issue and i think what we found is by scaling up, you can start to use different health care professionals to sort of service some of the exact issues of pharmacies, introducing nurses and into the model as well, not every patient needs to see a GP, but by introducing other health care professionals, maybe that will help address some of the workload issues.
The PM also told Sky news there was no need for another top down NHS reorganization, but it's now raising big expectations about health for the public, such things far easier to promise than to deliver, but that is his challenge.

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A statement of intent from the Prime Minister -- the first speech of his second term at Birmingham GP surgery and promised to fund and transform the NHS by 2020 into a seven-day operation.

“Diseases don’t work week days nine to five, and so neither can we.”

Those election accusations that he would cut and privatize the NHS? “Untrue”, argues the P.M. In fact, he says, he will find eight billion pounds a year to provide free healthcare wherever and whenever it’s needed.

“Today as we speak, about 7.5 million people have access eight in the morning until eight in the evening. Seven days a week to a GP. That’ll be 18 million by the end of this year and we want to have that available for everybody by the end of the parliament. And that is in our plans and in the money we are providing. And I’m confident we will achieve it.”

The surgery is in a partnership that was given funding for high-tech general practice by the P.M.’s challenge fund.

“What you do notice is that very few people waiting in the waiting room. This is one reason the concept center called the health hub. Here 17,000 patients cost 15 GP surgeries I doubt with in a new way. This is another reason the app, the app helps to connect and manage those appointments, a new thing here. And lastly, this -- Skype consultations mentioned by the Prime Minister, part of many types of technology that the Prime Minister says will transform the NHS starting with GP surgeries. But is he raising expectations too high with this promise of 7-day service? And where is the funding?”

Nurses could go on strike at the 7-day plans, and even the man in charge of NHS in England sounded a note of caution with the P.M. in the audience.

“We’ll also need careful and disciplined phasing with our ambition to expand our services, be it improving cancer care, mental health, primary care, all of the things we want to do, including 7-day services.”

Meanwhile, patients are adjusting to this new world of virtual GPs. But challenges remain on GP recruitment.

“Workload is a major issue and I think what we found is by scaling up, you can start to use different healthcare professionals to sort of service some of the exact issues of pharmacists, introducing nurses and into the models as well. Not every patient needs to see a GP. But by introducing other healthcare professionals, maybe that will help address some of the workload issues.”

The P.M. also told Sky News there was no need for another top-down NHS reorganization, but it’s now raising big expectations about health for the public, so things are far easier to promise than to deliver, though that is his challenge.

Faisal Islam, Sky News, in Birmingham.
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