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Even if you are not a Whovian the UMMTS’ production will take you on a mesmerising journey through the most iconic features of the Whoniverse
Doctor Who finally welcomes Ncuti Gatwa as its first black doctor (if we conveniently forget the Timeless Child twist)
There you have it, Jodie Whittaker is turning your sons into violent criminals
Now in its ninth season since its revival, Doctor Who has surged back to top form following a pair of lacklustre series
Marcus Rashford is the youngest ever recipient of an honorary doctorate from UoM
Mille Cummins discusses the rise of telemedicine, and whether it will continue after the pandemic.
Nimo Omer argues that deepfakes are a small part of a wider problem that we have with lies and deception in society
30 years after The Shining’s release, its long-awaited sequel proves, despite some flaws, to be a worthy successor to Stanley Kubrick’s masterpice, writes Carl Fitzgerald
The BBC successfully introduces Jodie Whittaker as the next regeneration of Doctor Who, finding the right balance for success.
A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association looks at the negative impact of burn-out of Doctors. The research found that increasing demand on healthcare professionals is having devastating effects on the patient care, satisfaction, and future careers of many healthcare professionals. Receiving funding from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), […]
A survey has found that the majority of students in the UK do not seek advice from their GP when they fall ill due to long waiting times and inconvenient appointments
Students studying at UK universities can now apply for cash grants from the digital healthcare brand
Marvel-obsessive or merely a general amateur film buff, Doctor Strange’s lively plot will certainly get your heart racing
Following months of disagreement which saw the first-ever strike by doctors, an agreement has been reached on Junior Doctor contracts
Of those who participated in the survey, most blamed the continued dispute over junior doctor contracts on the Department of Health
Medics walked out for the third time on Wednesday 9th March—ahead of two more 48-hour strikes in April
The junior doctors’ strikes will continue on Wednesday 10th February while negotiations between the BMA and the government have not come to a conclusion
With around 100 picket lines outside UK hospitals, junior doctors, students and those standing in solidarity came out to protest the contract changes
An overwhelming amount of junior doctors have voted in favour of strikes against the new government contracts proposed by Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt
A day before the BMA launch their ballot to strike, Jeremy Hunt announces he is open to negotiate the newly proposed contract, though this itself has not come without criticism