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The OTJ July 2021

In depth coverage of this month’s surgical and anaesthetic news.
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HCPC Approves Increase to SET 1 to Degree Level for Operating Department Practitioners

Blood Flows Are More Turbulent than Previously Suspected

Leeds Based Charity, Day One Trauma Support, Set for National Expansion after Life-Changing Local Impact

Healthcare Staff at Wythenshawe Hospital – Part of Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) – Have Launched a Collaborative Research Project into how Surgical Care can be Made More Environmentally Sustainable

University Wins Multi-million Pound Funding to Run New Health Courses in First for North Wales

Queen Alexandra Hospital’s Lengthy Surgery Waiting Lists Could be Cut with New Anaesthesia Roles

Good Standard of Care Despite the Unprecedented Challenges of COVID-19

Operating Theatre Practitioner, Nisha, Recognised at Prestigious Healthcare Awards

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