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Ventilators Aren’t The Miracle Machines We Prayed For

In the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic, ventilators – or the sparsity thereof – caused a great deal of distress to healthcare professionals,...

A National Treasure

Unless you have been living under a rock, you will be familiar with Captain Tom Moore, a 100-year-old who has raised over £30m for...

Coronavirus trial involving Oxford NHS staff paused following safety concerns

A clinical trial of anti-malarial drugs involving Oxford healthcare workers has been paused following guidance from the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory...

SATIRE: Who Needs Money When You Have Love?

Boris Johnson addressed the decade old issue of underfunding the health service on Easter Sunday. “Our NHS is the beating heart of this country...

SATIRE: Captain Tom We Need You!

'We might need a few more laps from Captain Tom yet.' Jack Womack gives us his take on the nation's favourite hero.

Oxford University Mindfulness Centre offers free sessions

In a time when peace of mind is at its most elusive, the University of Oxford Mindfulness Centre (OMC) is offering free...

NHS staff and rough sleepers offered college accommodation

Several Oxford colleges have made rooms available for homeless people and health workers to combat the impact of the COVID-19 crisis.

The Minefield of Coronavirus Metaphors

“This is the frontline in a war,” begins BBC medical correspondent Fergus Walsh’s special report on coronavirus, filmed in University College Hospital,...

Violence on the Frontline: the changing public perception of the NHS

'The assault of NHS workers is far from a new phenomenon.' Emily Passmore discusses public perceptions of the NHS and how COVID-19 has exposed them.

Clap for Our Carers: A Revival of Direct Action

Standing in suburban London as a short-lived round of applause peters out, I couldn't help but think to myself: What is the point? Notwithstanding the...