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I think we can imporove the NHS by upgrading the IT so then people can collect there treatment and the NHS can easaly find the patients file to see what medician there patients need so then you wouldn't need to wait for ages in A&E.

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  • Upton-Cross-logo-250x250.jpg brilliant_fossil | Upton Cross Primary School
    08 Apr 2020

    I disagree with you. This is because you do not wait ages in A and E, you go straight to the doctor because the only people who are in A and E are the people that have real emergencies and their condition is serious so they can not afford to wait. It only takes long when you are in a normal queue because you are just waiting to see a doctor and it is not that serious so they can afford to wait. This is why we have A and E, for the people that have serious medical conditions.

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    1. avatar.jpg EXPERT: Giusy Lorenzano @ Hogan Lovells
      brilliant_fossil's comment 21 Apr 2021

      Hi Brilliant_Fossil, I understand you disagree with witty_river, so what could be done in your opinion to improve the NHS?

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  • Bruntcliffe-logo-250x250.jpg artistic_imagination | Bruntcliffe Academy
    09 Apr 2020

    I agree with witty_wither because you do have to wait a while in A&E unless it's serious and life-threatening case. We know this because on all hospital themed documentary A&E staff are panicking and it says that there are really long waiting times. This shows that hospitals and A&E departments are always full and have busy waiting times.

    On the other hand, I disagree with you because every registered patient with the NHS has a file and doctors and nurses all update these so when you go into hospitals they can just check your files so they know what medication you are on and past health problems.This shows that they already have records and on there you can see what medication they need.

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      artistic_imagination's comment 10 Apr 2020

      A&E departments are often busy, and waiting times can be longer than patients and hospitals would like, but I'm not sure it's accurate to say they're "always full". There will be quieter times.

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