The number of students starting nursing degree courses is likely to fall again this year unless the government takes urgent action.
A new study has warned that women with severe pre-eclampsia should have their blood pressure closely monitored for a year after giving birth.
The upfront charges paid by temporary migrants to the UK to use the NHS are to double, raising nearly £220 million a year for the NHS.
New research has found that work pressures on GPs and a feeling of being ‘undervalued’ within the profession is causing a ‘crisis’.
Health leaders have proposed a new ring-fenced tax to fund the NHS and social care and supply the NHS with an extra £4 billion.
Full government funding of IVF could maintain low rates of multiple pregnancies following treatment and reduce associated complications for mothers.
A number of leading health organisations have called for urgent action to reduce the spiralling cost of medical negligence claims in England.
New figures show that the number of men dying from prostate cancer has overtaken female deaths from breast cancer for the first time in the UK.
A key government target for caring for people with severe mental health conditions in England is being missed due to underfunding.
Public Health England has relaunched the Act FAST campaign to encourage people to call 999 if they notice even one of the signs of a stroke in themselves, or in others.
Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust is now offering free Wi-Fi to patients and visitors.
A Queen Elizabeth Hospital scheme in Gateshead which reviews the deaths of patients has been praised by the Department of Health.
One in 10 posts in specialist mental health services are currently vacant, with Brexit set to make recruitment more difficult.
Steve Brine has commissioned Public Health England to review the evidence for dependence on, and withdrawal from, prescribed medicines.
A CQC survey has found that most women are having a positive experience of maternity care and treatment within the NHS.
NHS Digital should 'immediately withdraw' from a system that allows for the sharing of patients’ addresses for immigration tracing purposes.
East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust has chosen Cerner as its supplier of a new EPR system to improve efficiency.
Conservative MP Robert Halfon has said that his party should promise a referendum on raising NHS spending.
Transgender people are waiting up to two and a half years for initial consultations at NHS gender identity clinics.
NHS England is committing to eliminating Hepatitis C in England at least five years earlier than the World Health Organisation goal of 2030.