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As a forum for world healthcare leaders, Layla McCay, director of international relations at the NHS Confederation, found WISH in Qatar to be more than just a conference.
King’s Fund report shows social care sector cannot survive without migrant workforce says Cavendish Coalition.
Improved inventory management at Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust has proved to have substantial trust-wide benefits. Monika Nott, inventory management improvement project lead at the trust, explains how their initiative is an integral part of the trust’s improvement plans.
The Brexit Health Alliance remains deeply concerned about the prospect of a ‘no-deal’ exit from the EU, especially as increased border checks could disrupt medical supply chains for up to six months, co-chair Niall Dickson has said.
As a new report from the Innovation Agency and UCL Health Partners underlines specialist hospitals have a vital role to play in transforming the way health services are delivered,Dr Phil McCarvill, chief advisor at the NHS Confederation, argues that as we move to more local and neighbourhood working we need to ensure that we harness the power of specialist hospitals that deliver services on a regional, and in some instances, on a national basis
Hospital emergency care departments in England are heading for “the worst winter on record” and will need up to 10,000 more beds to care for patients safely, according to new analysis from the British Medical Association (BMA).
Anthony Clarkson of NHS Blood and Transplant, reflects on the critical service they provide and how he and his team make it work to deliver such important care.
The NHS Confederation has welcomed the launch of the MadeAtUni campaign from Universities UK.
Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, has said more hospital beds will mean more staff will be needed and they “cannot be conjured out of thin air”.
Mental Health Network chair Paul Jenkins OBE has welcomed the recommendations made in the review of the 1983 Mental Health Act.
The Mental Health Network responds to the publication of the independent review of the Mental Health Act
NHS Confederation chief executive Niall Dickson has welcomed the Health and Business Secretaries’ announcement of the second life sciences deal, which will see major investment in the UK economy
While new investment in community healthcare teams is welcome, Adam Steventon, director of data analytics at The Health Foundation, encourages the NHS to build on past evaluations.
The Mental Health Policy Group is pleased to present this Consensus Statement with partner organisations committed to improving the lives of people with mental health problems.
The Welsh NHS Confederation give their response to the Welsh EAAL Committee report on how prepared the NHS is for Brexit
For NHS staff with innovative ideas, the key to success is to create a powerful value proposition. Sig Mikladal, senior project manager at TRUSTECH, the NHS innovation experts, shares the best way to support staff to develop strong value propositions and why it can make or break an idea.
Ahead of the publication of the NHS long-term plan, Sean Duggan, chief executive of the Mental Health Network, which is the voice of NHS-funded mental health services, spells out what its members want to see.
Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, responds to NHS Improvement’s quarterly performance of the NHS provider sector report
Members of the Brexit Health Alliance put their views on Brexit and health to Lords and MPs
Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, responds to the Secretary of State’s speech at the King’s Fund Annual Conference