Plans to give staff immediate access to dedicated mental health support will be considered as part of the upcoming workforce implementation plan
First published in September last year, Code encourages technology companies to meet a set of principles to protect patient data
It will combine representatives from government, the NHS and the private sector in order to "free up staff time and empower patients to take greater control of their own healthcare"
Research shows 66 per cent of people who raised an issue felt it was resolved quickly
Research by the Universities of Bristol, Warwick and Leeds has found that having more NHS managers improves efficiency and the quality of healthcare provided in hospitals.
The health secretary must ensure government policy is in line with the NHS long-term plan and keep contracts worth millions in public hands, says UNISON.
Niall Dickinson: "Abruptly ending collaboration on medicines and devices, clinical research, treatments for rare diseases, public health, and access to healthcare while abroad is not good for patients"
Swiss healthcare company Roche agrees to offer an improved discount for the drug.
Changes will make sure ICPs have to follow the same rules as other NHS organisations
Community pharmacies can do more to detect high blood pressure if they are better commissioned to provide such checks, a Company Chemists’ Association (CCA) audit suggests.
Public Health England and NHS England have outlined a number of ambitions to reduce cardiovascular disease through improved detection and treatment
Air ambulance charities in England have been invited to apply for a new £10 million fund to upgrade their equipment and facilities.
SystmOne overhaul after “ghost branded generics” problem
The recall is taking place as part of the continued investigation into potential N nitrosodiethylamine (NDEA) contamination
Report states "a lack of coherent policy that takes into account both funding and staffing has been a recurring theme"
Danny Mortimer: "The deployment of technology needs to be properly funded by government and not left to already stretched individual NHS trusts to dig even deeper to fund"
Air pollution data monitoring levels of particulate matter (PM2.5) outside GP practices in the UK show nearly one in three NHS patients are attending GP surgeries where the levels of pollution breach limits set by the World Health Organisation.
"Preparing the healthcare workforce to deliver the digital future" suggests that fresh education is required to keep up with advancements in technologies such as AI and robotics.
A third of the antibiotics prescribed by the NHS are given out despite no medical evidence to suggest that they are necessary, England’s Chief Med
She will become will be the 39th master of Trinity College, replacing Nobel Prize winner Sir Gregory Winter.