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The grave threat to our hospitals; Dr. Oliver reads the stats.

The situation in our hospitals is serious and the threat to the NHS is obvious here in London, I live besides Barts hospital and the sirens of ambulances are a feature of every day. But what do the numbers tell … Continue reading

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What’s going on in our hospitals? – Stuart McDonald dives into the latest data.

Stuart McDonald is lucid, generous and understands how to use social media. He has kept his powder dry over the safer months of summer, but now the winter chill is upon us, he is back turning data into the insights … Continue reading

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Stuart McDonald on who’s catching the virus (part 2)

Stuart’s first tweet thread on the ICNARC data can be read here.  This is part two and it’s co-morbid. The latest @ICNARC report is out. Let’s see if I can do a summary which is both jargon-free and typo-free this … Continue reading

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icnarc highlights – an actuary explains what the data is telling us (April 17)

ICYMI – I did my commentary on this week’s ICNARC report yesterday, a day earlier than in recent weeks. https://t.co/2TZybdTsTW — stuart mcdonald (@ActuaryByDay) April 19, 2020 Another week, another @ICNARC report. When I dug through this report two weeks … Continue reading

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