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[英伦广角] 【整理】2013-06-29 英国国家医疗服务体系年度会议

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Doctors Condemn Hunt In No Confidence Vote


Anger at the Government's NHS policies is laid bare at the British Medical Association's conference in Edinburgh.

 

 

 

英国NHS(英国国家医疗服务体系)平均每天有8名病人因医护人员的工作失误而死亡。英国卫生大臣杰里米·亨特对此表示,这是令人震惊的失误。尽管如此,卫生大臣还是乐观地对NHS的未来表示了肯定,NHS还是会成为世界上最安全的卫生系统。只是实现这一目标需要一系列的改进,包括加强检查制度;公布更多的检查数据;更好地度量免费医疗的程度……“最重要的是,要创建一种全新的体制,能够更好地管理一线医护人员。”杰里米·亨特说。



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Today marks 12 weeks since the Health and Social Care Act in England came fully into force.

We are still a long way from seeing the full impact of this unwanted legislation that does nothing to address the very real problems of quality, safety and financial constraints that we all know exist.

The government inflicted such unnecessary pain on the NHS that you can’t help wondering if it is one of the few public servants that the government wants to see pensioned off at 65.

By the government’s own reckoning, the NHS reforms have cost £1.6 billion; other estimates are considerably higher. And an immeasurable number of staff hours have been squandered. To achieve what?

Increased competition; even the government seems to have been playing it down recently. Integration seems to be the new mantra. Laudable, but how deep does that really go?

Taking the politics out of the day-to-day running of the health service; I think not. We only have to look at the government’s – and the opposition’s – recent response to the pressures on emergency medicine departments to see how well that’s gone!

Putting clinicians in the driving seat; we put this to the test: we asked doctors how many of them feel more empowered compared to a year ago. Do you know how many? Four per cent.

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[Homework]2013-06-29 英国国家医疗服务体系年度会议

Today marks twelve weeks since the health and social care in England came fully into force.With still a long way from seeing the full impact of this unwanted legislation,it does nothing to address the very problems of quality,safety and financial constraints that we all know exist.The governement inflicted such unnecessary pain on the NHS as you can't help wondering if it's on the few public servants the government wants to see pension off 75.By the government's own reckoning,the NHS reform has caused 1.6 billion pounds and other estimates are considerably higher.But in immeasurable numbers,staff hours have been squandered.To achieve what?Increase competition.Even the government seems to have played it down recently.Integration seems to be the new mantra,laudable but how deep does that really go.Taking the politics said to the day-to-day running of the health service.I think not,we only have to look at the government's and the opposition's recent response to the pressure on the emergency medicine department to see how well that has gone,putting inclination in the driving seat.We put this to the test,we ask doctors how many of them feel how more empowered compared to a year ago.Do you know how many?Four percent.
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Today marks twelve weeks since the health and social care in England came fully into force. With still a long way from seeing the full impact of this unwanted legislation, it does nothing to address the very real problems of quality,safety and financial constraints that we all know exist. The government inflicted such unnecessary pain on the NHS. You can't help wondering if it's on the few public servants the government wants to see pensioned off 65. By the government's own reckoning, the NHS reform has caused 1.6 billion pounds and other estimates are considerably higher. But in immeasurable numbers, staff hours have been squandered. To achieve what? Increase competition. Even the government seems to have played it down recently. Integration seems to be the new mantra, laudable but how deep does that really go. Taking the politics said to the day-to-day running of the health service. I think not, we only have to look at the government's and the opposition's recent response to the pressure on the emergency medicine department to see how well that has gone, putting inclination in the driving seat. We put this to the test, we ask doctors how many of them feel how more empowered compared to a year ago. Do you know how many ?Four percent.
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[Homework]2013-06-29 英国国家医疗服务体系年度会议

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Today marks 12 weeks since the Health and Social Care Act in England came fully into force. We're still in a long way from seeing the full impact of this unwanted legislation that does nothing to address the very real problems of quality, safety, and financial constraints that we all know exist. The government inflicted such unnecessary pain on the NHS. You can not help wondering if it's on few public service that government wants to see pensions off 65. On the government's own reckoning, the NHS reforms cost 1.6 pounds and other estimates are considerably higher. But in a measurable number, staff  hours been squandered. To achieve what? Increase competition. Even the government seems a bit playing it down recently. Integration  seems to be the new mantra, laudable and how deep does that really go. Taking politics said to the day-to-day running of the health service, I think not. We only have to look at the government's and the opposition's recent response to the pressures on the emergency medicine department to see how well that's gone. Putting inclinations in the driving seat, we put this to the test.We ask doctors how many of them feel more empowered compared to a year ago.You know how many? 4%.

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Today marks twelve weeks since the Health and Social Care in England came fully into force. We're still a long way from seeing the full impact of this unwanted legislation that does nothing to address the very real problems of quality, safety and financial constraints that we all know exist.

The governement inflicted such unnecessary pain on the NHS as you can't help wondering if it's on the few public servants the government wants to see pension off at 65. By the government's own reckoning, the NHS reforms have caused 1.6 billion pounds and other estimates are considerably higher, but in immeasurable numbers the staff hours have been squandered(浪费).

To achieve what? Increased competition. Even the government seems to have been playing it down(贬低) recently. Integration seems to be the new mantra(颂歌;咒语;曼特罗), laudable. But how deep does that really go.

Taking the politics at the day-to-day running of the Health Service, I think not. We only have to look at the government's and the opposition's recent response to the pressures on the Emergency Medicine Department to see how well that's gone. Putting inclination in the driving seat, we put this to the test. We asked doctors how many of them feel more empowered compared to a year ago. Do you know how many? Four percent.
Today marks twelve weeks since the health and social care in England came fully into force.With still a long way from seeing the full impact of this unwanted legislation,it does nothing to address the very problems of quality,safety and financial constraints that we all know exist.The governement inflicted such unnecessary pain on the NHS as you can't help wondering if it's on the few public servants the government wants to see pension off 75.By the government's own reckoning,the NHS reform has caused 1.6 billion pounds and other estimates are considerably higher.But in immeasurable numbers,staff hours have been squandered.To achieve what?Increase competition.Even the government seems to have played it down recently.Integration seems to be the new mantra,laudable but how deep does that really go.Taking the politics said to the day-to-day running of the health service.I think not,we only have to look at the government's and the opposition's recent response to the pressure on the emergency medicine department to see how well that has gone,putting inclination in the driving seat.We put this to the test,we ask doctors how many of them feel how more empowered compared to a year ago.Do you know how many?Four percent
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hw:
Today marks twelve weeks since the health and social care act in England came fully into force. We are still a long way from seeing the full impact of this unwanted legislation, that does nothing to address the very real problems of quality, safety and financial constrains,  which we all known exist, the government inflicted such an unnecessary pain in NHS, you can’t help wondering if it’s one of the few public servants the government want to see pension offer 65. By the government’s own reckoning, the NHS reforms have cost one point six billion pounds, and the other estimates are considerably higher, but in measurable number of staff hours have been squandered, to achieve what?
To increase the competition, even the governments seems to playing it down recently, integrations seems to be the new mentored, laudable, but how deeply does that really go?
Taking the politics out the day to day running of health service, I think not, we only have to look at the government’s and the oppositions’ recent responses to the pressures on the emergency medicine departments to see how well that’s gone, put inclinations in the driving seat, we put this to a test, we asked doctors how many of them feel more in powered compare to a year ago. Do you know how many? 4 percent.
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[Homework]2013-06-29 英国国家医疗服务体系年度会议

Today marks 12 weeks since the health and social care in England come fully into force.There is still a long way to see the full impact of this unwanted legislation. But there is nothing to address the very real problems about quality, safety and financial constrains that we all know exist. The government inflicted such unnecessary pain on the NHS, we can not helping wondering if on the few public servants the government wants to pension off 65.

Are the government so reckoning? The NHS reforms have cost 1.6 billion pounds and the other estimates are considerably higher. But did measurable members of staff hours have been squandered. To achieve what? Increase competition. Even the government seemed to playing it down recently, integration seems to be the new mantra, loadable. But how deep does that really go?

Taking the politics out of the day today running of the health service. I think not, we only have to look the government and the oppositions recent response. To the pressures on the emergency medicine department to see how well that’s go. The nation’s in the driving seat. We put this in the text. We ask doctors how many of them feel more empowered compared to a year ago. You know how many? Four percent.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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2013-06-29 英国国家医疗服务体系年度会议homework

Today marks twelve weeks since the health social care act in England came fully into force. We are still in a long way from seeing the full impact of this unwanted legislation that does nothing to address the very real problems of equality, safety and financial constraints, which we all know exist. The government inflicted such unnecessary pay on the nhs. You can’t help wondering if is on few public servants. The government want to see pensions offered to 65. By the governments own reckoning, the nhs reforms cost 1.6 billion pounds and other estimates are considerably high. And an immeasurable number of staff hours have been squandered. To achieve what? Increase competition. Even the government seems to have been playing it down recently. Integration seems to be the new mantra. Laudable, but how deep does that really go. Taking the politics at the day-to-day running the health service, i think not, we only have to look at the government’s and opposition’s recent response to the pressures of emergence medicine departments to see how well that’s gone. Put inclination in the driving seat. We put this to the test. We ask doctors how many of them feel more empowered compared to a year ago. You know how many? 4 percent.
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