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Expecting your rights

A picture of a young couple at a party If you are about to become a parent you are probably excited. But when you are not hopping from foot to foot with pure joy, you might also be a little bit worried about how it will go down at work, how you'll survive financially, and how you can juggle being a top-quality parent and a treasured employee at the same time. We explain your rights at work if you are pregnant, if your partner is, or if you are adopting.

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About the NHS

The NHS Constitution for England

Diseases and conditions

Going into hospital (PDF)

Access to cancer treatment

Learning disabilities and dementia

What are HIV and AIDS

Medicines & drugs

Medicines

Why do medications have brand names and generic names?

What to do if you're unhappy with the NHS (England only)

Patients and public - medicines, devices and conditions

How to complain about a health care or social care service (PDF)

Care Quality Commission - the independent regulator of health and social care in England

Healthcare Inspectorate Wales

The Care Quality Commission - what we do and how we do it (PDF)

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