If a doctor barely knows who a patient is, the consequences can be profound | AK Benjamin
As a clinical neuropsychologist I make mistakes, and I am not alone. Researchers interested in clinical decision-making estimate that across all medical fields diagnosis is wrong 10-15% of the time.
Bayern Munich and Schalke 04 will meet to raise money for flood victims
Per a release from Bayern Munich's club website, the Bavarians will meet Schalke 04 in a friendly to help raise money to support relief for flood victims during last week's horrific disaster in Germany:
Departures at high-profile Barcelona museum provoke anger in art world
A row has broken out in the international art world over the departures of Tanya Barson, the English curator, and Pablo Martínez, the head of programmes, from the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (Macba).
Cheat Sheet: Google unveils timeline for a more 'responsible' cookie death clock - Digiday
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Government disability strategy risks becoming a 'car crash', says Tory peer
The launch of the government's long-awaited disability strategy risks becoming a car crash if ministers do not do more to listen to the views of people with disabilities before releasing it, a Conservative peer has said.
Pacific Content expands services beyond core production, working with Chartable and Signal Hill Insights - RAIN News
Leading branded content podcast company Pacific Content has fleshed out its platform, adding pre- and post-production service to its legacy show production skill, which has been the core feature in building the business.
Pelosi Pledges to Move Forward on Jan 6 Commission, With or Without GOP Support
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced on Thursday that the commission set to investigate what led up to the attack on the United States Capitol building on January 6 would move forward, with or without the cooperation of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
England's regulator rules against arts and London institutions
England's regulator has confirmed that it will be cutting funding for creative and performing arts subjects and scrapping the London weighting, which gave extra funds to London institutions, prompting warnings that some institutions in the capital now face a "financial cliff edge."
MPs' pay could rise above public sector workers under new proposals
Britain's MPs could get a pay rise above other public sector workers from next year, according to proposals set out by the independent watchdog which sets salaries.
Safety fears as lorry driver tests are relaxed to tackle shortage
Tests for lorry and van drivers on UK roads are being relaxed to help tackle a huge shortage, triggering protests that safety will be put at risk.