News
February 19, 2018

Guest Blog: Conducting the Doctors’ Orchestra

Vascular surgeon Stephen Brearley has doubled as an amateur musician since childhood, playing the violin and piano and later conducting both in Cambridge and at the Middlesex Hospital, where he…
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News
October 4, 2017

Guest Blog: How healthcare will be affected by new data protection laws

Even in the wake of the UK's decision to leave the European Union, the UK…
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Thoughts
July 5, 2017

Guest Blog: Working with embassies – avoid the payment pitfalls

Many consultants are looking at alternative ways of increasing the size of their private practice…
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News
May 4, 2017

100 Years of Medical Women

This year, the Medical Women’s Federation (MWF) is celebrating its centenary. It started in 1917…
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Thoughts
December 16, 2016

Brexit and Brenaissance by Nick Beecroft

As former Chairman of Saxo Bank, Nick Beecroft has over 30 years’ experience working in…
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December 15, 2016

The Best View In The World

After an arduous seven-day trek, our 19 brave climbers reached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro,…
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Thoughts
May 6, 2016

Brexit – Should we stay or should we go? Read our column from The Telegraph’s parliamentary sketch writer Michael Deacon.

By now, we’re all fully familiar with the arguments from both sides. Campaigners to stay…
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