Contemporary Issues in the NHS

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A contemporary issue is defined as any event, idea or topic in a given subject that is relevant to the present day, In terms of the NHS ths presentation will cover cancer services and some relevant issues
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Slide 2. Cancer in The UK
Cancer incidences in the uk are on the rise this can be attrobuted to the aging population and introduction of effective screening programs . As a consequence the numberof patients requireig access to cancer services is increasing
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Slide 3. Cancer Target
The goverment has set a number of cancer targers detailed in the table above, they outline the maximum wait times between refferal, diagnosis and starting treatment.
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Slide 3. Cancer Tagets
Statistics publised in January of this year show that not all of these targets were met between April and September of 2018, BUT WHY?
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Slide 4. Why are targets missed?
When addressing the missed cancer targets DR Moirs Frser-Pearce from the MacMillan Cancer Support Cha
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Cancer incidences in the uk are on the rise this can be attrobuted to the aging population and introduction of effective screening programs . As a consequence the numberof patients requireig access to cancer services is increasing

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Slide 2. Cancer in The UK

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The goverment has set a number of cancer targers detailed in the table above, they outline the maximum wait times between refferal, diagnosis and starting treatment.

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Statistics publised in January of this year show that not all of these targets were met between April and September of 2018, BUT WHY?

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When addressing the missed cancer targets DR Moirs Frser-Pearce from the MacMillan Cancer Support Cha

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