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Healthcare professionals instructed to admit mistakes and apologise, new rules say

June 29th, 2015 / by National Accident Helpline / Legal and Consumer News, News
Patients who have been the victim of medical negligence will be entitled to a face-to-face apology and an explanation of what it might mean for
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Creating Waves Shortlist Announced

June 18th, 2015 / by National Accident Helpline / Latest News, News
A shortlist of eight advertising hopefuls has been announced in connection with National Accident Helpline’s radio ad script writing competition, Creating Waves. The contest asked
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Breathe Easy Week 2015 to focus on breathlessness and early diagnosis

June 15th, 2015 / by National Accident Helpline / Legal and Consumer News, News
We have all experienced breathlessness at one time or another – perhaps as a result of heavy physical exertion or simply walking up a flight
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Consumers feel “bombarded and overwhelmed” by approaches from charities

June 11th, 2015 / by National Accident Helpline / Legal and Consumer News, News
Charity organisations will be limited in the number of approaches to donors they can make each year by phone in the wake of the Olive
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National Accident Helpline named as European Response Awards Winners

June 10th, 2015 / by National Accident Helpline / Company Announcements, News
In recognition of our ability to respond immediately to inbound web leads, National Accident Helpline has been named as one of three winners at the
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National Accident Helpline launches two new ads – Aquarium & Loudhailer

June 3rd, 2015 / by National Accident Helpline / Company Announcements
Building on the change of focus instigated by the White Knights suite of TV commercials launched  in March, which show National Accident Helpline itself coming
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Children most likely to be seriously injured in after-school rush, survey finds

June 2nd, 2015 / by National Accident Helpline / Legal and Consumer News, News
Survey results released by the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) to mark the start of Child Safety Week 2015 (1st-7th June) have revealed that the
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Fears over NHS rationing after doctors pledge to withhold ‘unnecessary’ treatments

May 29th, 2015 / by National Accident Helpline / Legal and Consumer News, News
The Patients Association has warned of “widespread rationing” within the NHS after doctors pledged to stop giving patients numerous tests and treatments, including x-rays for
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What does a Conservative government mean for British justice?

May 28th, 2015 / by National Accident Helpline / Legal and Consumer News, News
Following the appointment of the former Chief Whip Michael Gove to the position of Justice Secretary, we take a look at some of the changes
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New rules to restrict sharing of data amongst charities in wake of Olive Cooke suicide

May 28th, 2015 / by National Accident Helpline / Legal and Consumer News, News
Charities in the UK could require clear donor opt-ins before sharing contact details with other organisations in the wake of the suicide of 92-year-old poppy
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