• Analysis by the Nuffield Trust for the BBC has revealed that the NHS is seeing the first sustained fall in GP numbers in the UK for 50 years.

  • Sinead Mac Manus and Christina Cornwell discuss why we must make sure people are involved in how the integration of technology is shaped in the NHS

  • Personal Health Budgets are key to meeting the government’s personalisation targets, says Jon Baker, PHBChoices director at NHS SBS

  • Around two thirds of the half million parking spaces across the NHS in England are used by staff. If drivers were offered alternative modes of transport, this could free up spaces and reduce air pollution

  • Better accident prevention measures can help reduce the number of people who visit our hospitals and A&E departments in the first place, writes RoSPA's Adam Grinsell

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Website launched to assist nurses career plan

A new website tool has been launched to help registered nurses identify new areas of practice that might suit their skills and aspirations.

Urgent investment in district nursing needed

New figures have shown that the number of district nurses working in the NHS in England has dropped by almost 43 per cent in the last 10 years.

Majority of food bought in UK hospitals deemed unhealthy

An audit of NHS health centres has discovered that people overwhelmingly bought unhealthy snacks and drinks on hospital premises.

Action needed to spot and stop sepsis

The RCN has stressed that health care staff must be educated on the signs of sepsis to save tens of thousands of lives lost each year.

£5m to improve care for people with a learning disability

The NHS has announced that an additional £5 million will fund reviews to improve care for people with a learning disability.

‘Broken’ care system letting patients down

The CQC has highlighted how patients with mental health problems, autism and learning disabilities are being let down by a ‘broken’ care system.

 Health Business Features

The role of secure shredding services in the NHS

For the NHS, managing data is absolutely essential to maintain the integrity of patient records. The UKSSA explains why

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How do manufacturers and installers of volumetric offsite construction ensure sustainability and compliance when the key priority is time?

Nine steps to improving patient flow in UK hospitals

Gareth Fitzgerald and Amanda Grantham, healthcare experts at PA Consulting, discusses how UK hospitals can improve patient flow

Continence reviews improve care and reduce costs

Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust is one of the latest hospitals to benefit from NHS Supply Chain’s support for improvements in continence care

Base clinical decisions on patients’ needs, not postcodes

Barbara Harpham argues for equal access to medical technology and says that treatment should be based on their clinical needs

Integrating technology in care is the future

Sinead Mac Manus and Christina Cornwell discuss why we must make sure people are involved in how the integration of technology is shaped in the NHS

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