• Procurement law reforms mean awarding contracts isn’t necessarily simple. Jamie Foster, commercial lawyer at Hill Dickinson, explains the rules and how they might change

  • In its latest report, BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, makes the case for a ‘clinical satnav’

  • NHS Digital Principal Security Specialist Victoria Axon talks about why the NHS must be resilient to cyber security threats and is joined by Martin Price from Royal Cornwall Hospital NHS Trust and Tony Cobain of assurance specialists MIAA to discuss how networking and the NHS Cyber Associates Network (CAN) plays a big part in that.

  • Sarah Greenslade, Public Affairs and Communications Officer at the British Parking Association answers questions on the change in parking demand

  • NHS buildings need comply with two pieces of legislation - the Building Safety and Fire Safety Acts - which meet recommendations from Phase 1 of the Grenfell enquiry

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Health secretary Steve Barclay has warned that the NHS cannot wait for a new prime minister to tackle the emergency crisis it is currently facing.

According to an NHS press release, the longest waits for scans, checks, surgical procedures and other routine treatment have been "virtually elimin

According to research by the BBC, nine in 10 NHS dental practices across the UK are not taking on new adult patients for NHS treatment, with eight

It has been confirmed that a cyber attack caused a software outage affecting the NHS 111 service.

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LGBT+ groups from the UK’s major political parties have called for urgent action from the Government to tackle the rising number of monkeypox cases and prevent the virus becoming endemic in the country.

Recent research has found that the NHS in England is increasingly reliant on nurses and doctors recruited from outside the UK and EU.

New statistics from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that drug-related deaths in England and Wales are the highest since records began.

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According to research, the restriction of junk food advertising on Transport for London (TfL) services has prevented almost 100,000 cases of obesity.

 Health Business Features

Procurement law reforms mean awarding contracts isn’t necessarily simple. Jamie Foster, commercial lawyer at Hill Dickinson, explains the rules and how they might change

In its latest report, BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, makes the case for a ‘clinical satnav’

NHS Digital Principal Security Specialist Victoria Axon talks about why the NHS must be resilient to cyber security threats and is joined by Martin Price from Royal Cornwall Hospital NHS Trust and Tony Cobain of assurance specialists MIAA to discuss how networking and the NHS Cyber Associates Network (CAN) plays a big part in that.

Sarah Greenslade, Public Affairs and Communications Officer at the British Parking Association answers questions on the change in parking demand

NHS buildings need comply with two pieces of legislation - the Building Safety and Fire Safety Acts - which meet recommendations from Phase 1 of the Grenfell enquiry

The NHS has made a start towards net zero, but with less than ten years left to achieve an 80 per cent emissions, sophisticated tools will increasingly become a necessity, says Stephen Lowndes of the Carbon & Energy fund

 Health Sector Events

27/09/2022 to 28/09/2022

Join us from 27 to 28 September 2022 at Edgbaston Stadium in Birmingham for the inaugural Infection 360 Conference, where renowned speakers within infection prevention discuss technology and its part in combatting new and existing pathogens.

Event Diary

Join us from 27 to 28 September 2022 at Edgbaston Stadium in Birmingham for the inaugural Infection 360 Conference, where renowned speakers within infection prevention discuss technology and its part in combatting new and existing pathogens.