A video consultation scheme in Scotland that is already facilitating 40,000 consultations a month is to be extended.

The NHS has announced that bionic arms which mimic real hand movements are to be made available to amputees.

The results of a ballot by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN), which closed last week, are due to be revealed over the next few days.

According to research by the University of Cambridge for BBC Newsnight, the gap is widening between the number of GPs per patient in richer and poo

Following the Independent Review of Hospital Food in 2020, recommendations were made for updated food and drink standards to make sure that patient

NHS Digital has published research showing a link between children living with obesity and deprivation.

The Made with Care campaign has returned for a second year, encouraging people to apply for a career in the adult social care sector.

An awareness campaign is being launched, urging Scots to help ease the pressure on the NHS over the winter.

The NHS has called on Londoners to consider nursing for a fulfilling and meaningful career.

Ex-health secretary Matt Hancock has been suspended from the Conservative Party after reports emerged that he had joined this year's line up of I'm

An Ambulance Handover Unit at Southend Hospital has been installed in a bid to reduce handover delays.

The Scottish Government has announced the biggest ever expansion of medical training posts, with 152 additional posts for trainee doctors in 2023.

Health Education England (HEE) has opened a consultation on the genomics nursing framework.

Welsh health minister Eluned Morgan has announced a new contract with GPs in what is being labelled the most significant contract reform since 2004

The Hon. Lord Brailsford, a Senator of the College of Justice of Scotland has been appointed chair of the Scottish COVID-19 Inquiry.

In 2019, a ten-year plan, Pharmacy: Delivering a Healthier Wales was published by the Welsh Pharmaceutical Committee.

The UK's biggest health union is balloting its members in England, Wales and Northern Ireland on possible strike action over pay.

According to a report published by the NHS AI Lab and Health Education England, all health and care staff should be trained in AI (artificial intel


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