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Burnt-out NHS staff to be boosted by military medics as they brace for wave of non-COVID patients

Sky News Friday, 19 February 2021 ()
Burnt-out NHS staff to be boosted by military medics as they brace for wave of non-COVID patientsBurnt-out NHS staff will be offered more support from military medics as they prepare to cope with a new wave of non-COVID patients, the defence secretary has told Sky News. 
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News video: Time off needed for NHS staff after seeing “truly horrific things” - warns doctor

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Professor Andrew Goddard, president of the Royal College of Physicians (RCP), warned that things “can’t go from crisis management with the pandemic to crisis management of the backlog”.He spoke as a survey of doctors across the UK showed almost half were not getting enough sleep, and almost two...

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