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18:05

National

Spain is near the bottom of the European list of palliative care

EUROPA PRESS

...demand is to multiply the scarce specialised services. Centeno wants every hospital to have at least one palliative care team (consisting of a doctor, nurse, psychologist and social worker) to attend to all patients and families who need them.

17:37

Opinion

Institutional sexism

Jennie Rhodes

So the war on sexism rages on. At a recent appointment with the social security gynaecologist, which in Andalucía, where we have a woman Socialist leader, is still called 'family planning', I was left wondering whether the woman doctor who attended ... children; after all, that's what we are here for, isn't it? The first question the doctor asked me was how many children I had. Not, "Do you have children?" or, "Have you ever been pregnant?" (the two can be mutually exclusive, obviously), but the ... assumption that as a woman of a certain age (41 to be precise) I would have popped out at least one by now. It was my first visit to the 'family planning' doctor at my local health centre. They knew nothing about me. Have they not had training to handle

16:02

Opinion

Three days

Rachel Haynes

...to shower; someone changes the bed sheets. Breakfast comes, and so does the doctor - or rather three of them of varying levels of seniority. I’m sure they’ll tell me to go, that they need my bed for someone who is really ill. Wrong - I can’t go home

18:25

Local

The new 'heroes of Sostoa'

Juan CANO / Álvaro FRÍAS

...his seat, he made it known he was a doctor. As did Clara. The pair of them carried out cardiopulmonary resuscitation manoeuvres and his pulse returned. However, it went once more at which point the emergency services took over. "I was very dejected

10:59

What to do

Mediterranean diets on prescription

Jennie Rhodes

Facebook: La Molienda de Riogordo. Dr Poole, 55, is a Cambridge-based medical doctor, author and member of the Advisory Board of the Olive Wellness Institute, among a long list of well-known medical organisations. He is considered by his peers as an ... referred to the Mediterranean diet. The family doctor says that he has "seen improvements" over the years in his own patients who have taken his advice about following such a diet and that his and other research has shown a 30 per cent decrease in ... Mediterranean diet and health, as well as the nutritional value of extra virgin olive oil in terms of antioxidants and links to the reduction in some cancers and cardiovascular conditions. The doctor will also pay tribute to the work of local olive and olive oil

17:06

Opinion

A time for lies

ELENA DE MIGUEL

...friend of a friend. During the Andalusian election campaign there was a proliferation of "well-meaning" videos that came from good sources - such as the doctor in Melilla who complained, without showing his face, about the many prescriptions he wrote ... every day for immigrants. Or the Muslim (note here that he is described by his religion rather than his nationality) who punched a female doctor. "A Muslim in a Spanish health centre showing thanks to Europe for taking him in. Images that the Spanish TV

10:58

LifeStyle

A surgeon who sees medicine as a vocation

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

"A doctor's work should be vocational above all else. That's my understanding of my profession," says César Ramírez Plaza, a surgeon from Malaga who, for the third time in less than a year, has led a humanitarian mission in Africa to operate on

13:09

LifeStyle

"At first I thought it was the end of the world, but I have learned to laugh about what has happened"

Mónica Pérez

I remember seeing the doctor and she said she was going to give me a tranquiliser to calm me down. At first nothing they gave me worked. The pains just kept getting worse. Then I think they must have sedated me, because I don't remember anything ... doctor came, started to examine me, and then said something about the operating theatre. I said "operating theatre?" Because I still didn't understand that my hands and feet were dead. I thought they would get better. But he was saying "operating ... swelling up more and more. One day, when I was feeling ill, my rehabilitator and a nurse went and got a doctor, who was already with a patient. He took one look, said I had an infection and arranged an operation on the Saturday, just like that. What is

18:31

Opinion

Emergency surfeit

Peter Edgerton

...departments are besieged by huge numbers of patients with the flu. Well, unless you're a very old person or a little baby and thus more vulnerable, I don't think there's much point in being there. The doctor can only repeat what your grandmother always said -