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March 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - March 2019

Digital Edition Highlights:
In depth coverage of this month's surgical and anaesthetic news.
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NHS Managers 'improve efficiency' According to New Research


New Clues as to why Non-smokers, as well as Smokers, Develop COPD


Scientists Unravel Genetic Basis of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy in Finns


Digital Skills Challenges Most Effectively Addressed Through Collaboration


Event Brings Together Health Professionals to Seek Waiting Time Solutions


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The quick reference to the important stories, catch up over coffee.
Posted to all UK Hospitals.

RCSEd Says New NHS Staff Survey Results Show Continued Rise in Bullying and Harassment


New Research Suggests a Simple Blood Test Could Improve the Early Detection of Lung Cancer


ODP: The Apprentice


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