The NHS Counter Fraud Authority look at the cyber fraud awareness resource, as well as the key cyber threats NHS organisations should be wary of
Given the pace of change in the technology sector, Dr Philip Scott discusses how technology is radically changing the way the NHS provides services
Danny Mortimer, chief executive of NHS Employers, looks at well-being support options for hospital staff, who continue to fight Covid-19 on the frontline
Sarah Greenslade, Public Affairs and Communications Officer at the BPA, explains the full definitions of the concessionary parking groups
Christopher King, Principal Strategic Asset Manager at NHSPS, explores the NHS Open Space scheme's successes and hopes for the future
Reports suggest that the NHS may be forced to abandon major commitments it made as part of a deal to secure long term funding for the health service in 2018.
The RCN is demanding that ministers urgently address the nursing workforce crisis amid increasingly challenging conditions over the next few months.
NHS trusts are wrongly hounding vulnerable migrant women for payment of bills of thousands of pounds for maternity care.
The NHS has started delivering coronavirus booster jabs to people in eligible groups, as the vaccination programme moves to the next stage.
More people are reporting a ‘very good’ overall experience of urgent and emergency care, but access to emotional support needs to improve.
Stories of how people’s health is damaged by social factors g are being highlighted by organisations calling for a strategy to reduce health inequalities.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set out the government’s plan to manage coronavirus infections throughout autumn and winter.
Ted Baker has announced he will retire in March 2022, after almost five years as our Chief Inspector of Hospitals at the Care Quality Commission.
PA Consulting's Valerie Phillips outlines the opportunities for new ways of delivering care and improved health outcomes
Cyber Security in Healthcare 2021 will shed light on some of the current cyber issues facing the NHS and how best to solve them
Health Business talks to Donna Brown about hygiene standards, sustainable healthcare, hospital food and fully integrated multi-service provision
The use of standardised data that can be captured at the point of care can make a significant difference in healthcare, writes Glen Hodgson
Delia Cannings looks at how the profile of hygiene importance has been raised to a new level that must be maintained moving beyond Covid-19
The NHS is made up of more than 8,000 organisations, with many more across the wider health and care sector.
Microorganisms and healthcare continually evolve, IP2021 is your best opportunity to stay up to date.
By lowering the risk of surgical site infections, Ethicon’s Plus Sutures may be able to help the National Health Service at a time of unprecedented pressure.
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