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Using her own experience, Dr Mandy Goldstein shares thoughts on how you can best plan ahead for your retirement, noting, "as medics we are also teachers, managers, financiers, mentors, disciplinarians."
This team has demonstrated a commitment to working in such a way that all their research is informed by children and young people, their families and those who support them. They really lead the way in supporting innovative methods of recruitment and delivering studies.
UKHSA urges the public and parents of young children who may have missed their routine vaccinations to ensure their polio vaccinations are up-to-date after polio was found in sewage in North-East London.
Each year, with support from GOSH Charity and Sparks, we offer this prestigious award of £2,000 to one early independent researcher in paediatrics. We speak with this year's winner about his research to improve the lifelong health of preterm babies, plus his tips for aspiring researchers.
Dr Robert Scott Jupp takes us through his retirement journey and the many volunteering roles he has since undertaken. "Finding things to do which are both enjoyable and stimulating was, for me, the most important means of adjusting to a new way of life."
On 21 June 2022 the Scottish Government published the National Care Service Bill. The Bill as written allows Scottish Ministers to transfer social care responsibility from local authorities to a new, national service.
Camilla reflects on a busy week advocating for children within the Greener NHS and sustainability panel discussion at NHSConfed Expo. She also flags a couple of opportunities for members to share views on air pollution and the current cost of living crisis.