The government's Think Autism strategy is poised to change the way NHS medical professionals provide care for patients with autism spectrum disorders .
The NHS is constantly undergoing various evolutions and operational changes to ensure patients can receive the best possible quality of care. However, there is little argument that current efforts to reform the health service signify some of the most dramatic changes since its inception. Of the many measures the Department of Health has enacted recently to alter the overall direction of the NHS, there are few that represent as much of a fundamental shift as the increased prioritisation of care provided outside of the hospital setting...
The government is embarking on a number of projects aimed at improving safety standards within the NHS, which could have a big impact on current staff and new recruits alike.
Efforts are being made by organisations such as the Royal College of Surgeons to make it easier for women to succeed in surgical careers, though more progress is still needed.
Efforts to secure greater funding for general practice services in the UK could result in an upturn in recruitment in future.
More and more women are joining the UK GP workforce, but more could be done to make this line of work more female-friendly.
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