hospitals

Brexit

Everything But Brexit III: More Terrible Stuff the Government Has Done Recently

It's not just Brexit – there are many ways that the country is disintegrating around us.
Mark Wilding
4.24.19
NHS

Junior Doctors are Drowning in the New Fear Culture of the NHS

We spoke to overworked junior doctors who are living under the constant threat of regulatory action.
James Warrington
5.3.18
Health

The Corruption I Saw Working for a Greek Public Hospital

Number one: giving money to a doctor before surgery is a no-no, but after the operation it's just a "thank you present".
Anna Nini
1.12.18
hospital food

Dry Macaroni Vs. Organic Burgers: Hospital Meals from Around Europe

"We reheat the packaged meals really slowly, so that the food doesn't get too mushy and tasteless."
VICE Staff
10.13.17
Health

Bloody Shits and Shitloads of Weed – What It’s Like Having Ass Cancer

I have stage four rectal cancer and I will fight it my way.
Scott Belliveau
8.24.17
the act of giving

The Strangest Gifts Serbian Doctors Have Received from Patients

Are you bribing your doctor or just saying thanks for that time she saved your leg?
Uroš Dimitrijević
6.28.17
healthcare

How Trumpcare Could Cause a New Crisis in America's Emergency Rooms

If the AHCA becomes law, more uninsured people could crowd the country's ERs and rack up impossible-to-pay medical bills—which would be bad for patients, hospitals, and taxpayers.
Steven Yoder
3.23.17
Health

The Beauty of the British Hospital Canteen

Despite funding cuts and back door privatisation, the NHS is still Britain’s greatest achievement. And where better to taste that founding spirit of care and social justice than in its communal dining spaces?
Nell Frizzel
3.3.17
The Morning Bulletin

The VICE UK Morning Bulletin

Brexit will be four times more expensive than previously thought, hospitals are in a state of "war", space lightning has been discovered, and much more.
Lee Zachariah
2.10.17
hospitals

Inside the Middle Eastern Hospital 3D-Printing for War Victims

The Médecins Sans Frontières​ facility in Jordan is providing much needed care to people in the region.
Sally Hayden
2.4.17
Stuff

The First Time I Let Someone Die

Early one Tuesday morning years ago, I began my effort to save a woman who had been in a car accident. Four weeks later, I had failed.
Dr. Rahul Jandial
12.11.16
Health

The NHS Is Considering a Ban on the Sale of Sugary Drinks in Hospitals

The NHS in England is staging a consultation for a levy or even an outright ban on sugary drinks sold in hospitals.
Phoebe Hurst
11.9.16
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