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Anonymous
# Posted: 14 Aug 2015 17:46
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How many others have also suffered as result of the widespread use of mobile phones, Wi-Fi, DECT cordless phones in NHS hospitals? or GP clinics ?doctors, nursespharmacists - They are all addicted to their phones.

The NHS is obsessed with Telemedicine

The BMJ has an editorial and a head-to head discussion in the latest online edition.




Should all NHS premises provide free access to wi-fi?
BMJ 2015; 351 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.h4098 (Published 12 August 2015)

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Also, look at the BMJ Editor's Choice
Hands up for free wi-fi across the NHS?
Fiona Godlee, editor in chief, The BMJ

ericgeneric
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# Posted: 17 Aug 2015 23:38
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Oh the irony of Fiona Godlee previously being part of a body concerned with the health implications of our environment.

Amazing how the "wonder" of wi-fi can make believers of those appointed to protect us.

EG.

agnes
# Posted: 20 Aug 2015 02:03
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Anonymous.
My only answer is NO!

It is NON of the NHS CONCERNS!

They are supposed to HEAL sick people, not to supply Commodities!
If people really want Wi-Fi in a hospital, they should pay for it!

It is NOT A MEDICINE!
Best regards.
Agnes

Anonymous
# Posted: 29 Aug 2015 14:07
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ReThere is an excellent response by

Andrew PT Tresidder
GP
Somerset sessional GP
Ilminster, Somerset


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EG

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