Reformer thoughts: the NHS winter crisis

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Martinez, Claudia
Date of publication
14 March 2019
Health Services, Social Work, Social Care and Social Services
Social welfare
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The latest NHS performance figures paint a bleak picture of the current state of A&E departments across the country, reigniting concerns about the long-term sustainability of services in the face of rising demand. It is not surprising that, in the eyes of some commentators, the annual NHS winter crisis is now an 'all year round crisis'.

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