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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Coming up today:

Paramedics change shift during the transport of a man with acute heart problems. The man died. Now the Swedish health board is asking questions - and so are we.

Our reporter is just back from a conference where domestic is in focus today -

And one of Sweden’s newest political parties - The Pirate Party wants free information in our digital society and Swedish pathologists want virtual autopsies.

Music: Sebastian Karlsson ”Do what you’re told”

Ambulance personnel in Dalarna are facing criticism for stopping in the middle of taking a sick man to the hospital, because their shift had ended. After a 15 minute break to change personnel, the man was dead on arrival. Serena Möller has more:

In recent years, many efforts are being made around the globe to stop the men’s violence directed against their wives and partners by getting the men to help themselves. At a seminar here in Stockholm, a visiting Norwegian explains how his country has captured some international respect for its contribution in this area – as we hear from Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller:

The Pirate Party wants free information in our digital society and Swedish pathologists want virtual autopsies. Join Gaby Katz on this month’s edition of ”edge” for that and a mix of snow, dreams and computer screens:


 

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