The BMA has revealed that STPs have created a vast cohort of jobs, taking millions of pounds out of the frontline NHS.
NICE is stressing that having a flu vaccination each year is the single best way of protecting against catching or spreading flu.
Former Health Secretary Stephen Dorrell has told Sky News that the current one per cent cap for NHS staff could harm patient care.
A new report has revealed that NHS trusts in England are deeply concerned about their ability to respond to mounting pressures next winter.
Southampton clinicians will be the first in the UK to treat prostate cancer using frozen needles guided by MRI.
Plym Children’s Theatres have recently introduced the ‘Thirst Project’, aiming to improve the experience of children having surgery.
New figures have revealed that nearly 6,000 mental health patients had to be sent far out of their local area for treatment last year.
The NAO has criticised NHS SBS after 709,000 pieces of medical correspondence were lost.
Deaths from heart disease and strokes caused by smoking have declined dramatically since indoor venues went smoke-free 10 years ago.
NHS England has unveiled a new tranche of sites to test new approaches to delivering mental health services.
The UK’s first heart pump is a step closer to being used on patients, scientists have said.
Mesh used by the NHS in England to repair hernias has left many patients in chronic pain, surgeons have said.
Chief of the British Medical Association (BMA) has said that the NHS in England is ‘running on fumes’.
A report from the charity National Childbirth Trust (NCT) has found that two in five new mothers with mental health problems go undiagnosed.
NICE has approved a treatment called roflumilast, also known as Daxas, to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
NHS England’s chief executive Simon Stevens has begun a search for ground-breaking healthcare innovations to improve front-line patient care.
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