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The future of secondary care
The healthcare landscape in the England is shifting, with cuts, competition and tendering some of the major changes. Secondary care must adapt to these, but how? Joining BMJ features editor Rebecca Coombes to discuss the issues are:
Yi Mien Koh, chief executive of Whittington Health, London
Jan Filochowski, chief executive of West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust
Fergus Gleeson, divisional director of Critical Care, Theatres, Diagnostics and Pharmacy at Oxford University Hospitals
Nigel Edwards, senior fellow at the King’s Fund
Derek Greatorex, chair of the South Devon and Torbay Clinical Commissioning Group
And BMJ practice editor Mabel Chew talks to Ruth Reed (specialty registrar in child and adolescent psychiatry, Warneford Hospital, Oxford) and Mina Fazel (postdoctoral research fellow, Warneford Hospital Oxford) about why post-traumatic stress disorder is easily missed, and what clinicians should look out for.
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Post-traumatic stress disorder: 9:6