Simon Stevens, head of NHS England is setting out plans to build ten new housing developments with healthy living in mind.

According to a Dutch study published in the British Journal of General Practice, at least half of children diagnosed with asthma are ‘unlikely’ to have the respiratory condition.

According to the Scottish charity Sue Ryder, there are hundreds of young people with neurological conditions being cared for in old people’s homes, due to a lack of specialist facilities.

According to statistics obtained by the BBC, over two-thirds of trusts and health boards in the UK are struggling with the shortage of qualified staff, and are actively trying to recruit from abroad to stem the problem.

A new app has been created by the Scottish Centre for Enabling Technologies, to provide a reference guide for health professionals regarding information on symptoms and signs of a potential cancer, helping professional spot the disease at an early stage.

There is wide variation in health services for people with neurological conditions, according to a new report from the Public Accounts Committee.

The British Medical Association (BMA) has called on the government to fully explain how it will fund plans for an expansion in seven-day NHS services and to stop misleading the public about weekend death statistics.

Time To Change has worked with NHS England to release a new training pack that aims to help to reduce the stigma and discrimination sometimes experienced by people when using mental health services.

According to Pulse, the Department of Health (DoH) is reviewing the way it funds practices which offer training placements in a bid to address unfair regional variations.

According to figures from the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC), the proportion of women in England taking up their initial invitation for breast cancer screening has decreased significantly over the past decade.

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has been criticised by MPs who claim he ‘misrepresented’ data regarding his case for a seven-day NHS in England.

Ministers were ‘wrong’ to impose contracts and should ‘apologise’ to junior doctors, according to former patient safety advisor Professor Don Berwick.

The latest NHS Staff Survey has raised concerns as a worrying number reported experiencing bullying, discrimination and harassment in the workplace.

In a move to increase the primary care workforce, the number of physician associate training places will increase by 220 per cent in 2017, accordin

Funding for general practice in Scotland has faced cuts of £1.6 billion over the lat 10 years, according to the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) Scotland.

The British Medical Association (BMA) has announced three more 48 hour strike dates, as part of its judicial review, to challenge the government’s decision to impose the new junior contract.

NHS England has introduced ‘personal budgets’ for pregnant women worth £3,000, in a bid to overhaul maternity services, and enable women to pick which type of care they want to receive.

The British Medical Association (BMA) has said it is currently examining the legality of the government’s imposition of a new junior doctor contract.


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