Feeling guilty for existing is no way to live, says Jane Bates.
Old age or dehydration? Jane Bates investigates the cause of her night-time muscle spasms.
Take care of the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves, says Jane Bates.
Greater acceptance of older people with dementia is helping families to cope, says Jane...
How would you test a patient’s mobility after an operation? Jane Bates didn’t need to thanks...
No matter how cash-strapped we are, should we really be hitting the purses of distressed...
Jane Bates takes a reckless rest in the silly season.
Jane Bates rails against the trend to identify patients by their NHS digits.
Those who blame others for their mistakes should not be allowed to get away with it, says Jane Bates.
Jane Bates ponders nurses' esoteric lingo.
Let's hope common sense prevails going forward after Brexit, says Jane Bates.
From infection control risk to undermining patient confidentiality, fans have no place in hospitals, says Jane Bates.
Booking appointments in the NHS can be confusing and irrational, says Jane Bates.
In praise of an ophthalmologist who pioneered intraocular lens surgery for cataracts.
Jane Bates outlines how she streamlined her practice
We should not be afraid to ask questions when learning, says Jane Bates.
Patients may die alone because of understaffing in hospitals
Jane Bates questions the authenticity of reality television.