In 1968 Chairman Mao sent thousands of young people into rural China to work as doctors.
Christina Patterson says we should stop making excuses for bad nursing.
Kira is a teenage carer for her mother. Can she find a way to leave her for university?
Ann Alexander investigates whether families are getting justice in the coroner's court.
Why is a sudden, yet not unexpected, death of someone old or ill, referred to a coroner?
Dr Mark Porter joins ambulance crews as they go out to calls.
Why is there a shortage of midwives in England and what is the effect on pregnant women?
Sarah Taylor follows a new intake of student midwives at King's College, London.
How the nursing profession was transformed thanks to an enterprising Florence Nightingale.
Rising cost of malpractice insurance sees surgeons quitting.
Matthew Hill asks why the Cornwall surgeon Rob Jones remained in practice so long.