Tag Archives: Care

Perspectives: New Abortion Laws Put Pressure On Physicians Who Are Trying To Give Best Care To Women

Opinion writers weigh in on the laws being passed at the state level to prevent abortions. The Washington Post: New Abortion Laws Are Especially Cruel To My Patients With High-Risk Pregnancies  When I walk into a room of a woman whose water has broken at 16 weeks or 18 weeks or 20 weeks of pregnancy,… Read More »

Cosmetic procedures: Firms warned over ‘duty of care’

England’s top doctor says practitioners offering cosmetic procedures should have training to help them protect vulnerable clients from “quick fixes”. Prof Stephen Powis believes providers should be officially registered and trained to spot people with body-image or other mental-health issues. NHS England says only 100 out of 1,000 practitioners are currently registered. And a charity… Read More »