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Series: Working in the NHS

Bristol’s NHS: Underfunded, under pressure and under the microscope.

The Bristol Cable is launching a series on the NHS in order to dig deeper – beyond the usual stories – and shine a light on what it’s like to work in our health service.

It’s common knowledge that the NHS is stretched after years of underfunding, on top of an ageing population and more expensive treatments.

During this crucial period, we will be delving inside the NHS to tell the stories of staff and volunteers to make sure the voices of those who work in the service are heard.

Series: Working in the NHS

"Privatising non-emergency ambulance services is bad for patients"

Across the south west, patient transport services have been transferred to private firms. But, a former NHS employee argues, the process has raised serious questions about their ability to do the job – and about wider fragmentation of our health system.

The government is turning NHS staff into border guards, with potentially tragic consequences

Yoga will not fix the NHS stress crisis, staff say

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NHS at 70: "Currently my biggest worry is nursing in the future”

Nurse Jeanette Jones has won an award for helping other nurses… but she fears for the future of the profession

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NHS members’ meeting: Tapping into our membership

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Meet the volunteers easing pressure on the NHS

Revealed: NHS staff in Bristol are being worked until they’re sick with stress

In the 70th year of the NHS, an investigation by the Cable reveals that those who care for the nation are in need of serious attention.

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