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Darren Hughes, director of the Welsh NHS Confederation writes for the Western Mail on the current pressures facing the NHS in Wales.
In this webinar, we will explore how to achieve not just equality of access but equity of outcome for all patients.
PCNs call for more funding, support and autonomy to allow them to support the health and wellbeing of their local communities.
A report on the progress made by primary care networks and the challenges they have faced, two years since their creation.
What are ambitious leaders seeing as the most important and demanding success criteria for integrated systems?
Devon Partnership NHS Trust share their quality improvement journey to make their TALKWORKS service more inclusive and effective for LGBTQI+ people.
A multi-agency forum to explore the evidence, ideas and promising practice on how to reset the economy for improved health and shared prosperity.
Layla McCay comments on the latest test and trace figures for England.
The NHS must be ready for the microscope of the COVID-19 public inquiry, to ensure that lessons are learned for the future from the pandemic response.
Good quality, affordable homes can help meet our public health challenges and reduce the widening health inequalities in our communities.
Supporting the NHS family in maximising international opportunities.
The last few years have been significant in establishing a new direction for the Welsh NHS.
Easy access to trusted information tailored to the individual, and which the public can support, is vital.
Helping Calderdale and Kirklees to develop a compelling narrative for changing outpatient services.
Self-care could be wider reaching than having an overflowing bathroom medicine cabinet.
Why creating an effective, population-wide commitment to wellness and self-care is the way forward for a sustainable healthy future.
Despite better planning and a real commitment to meet patient needs, NHS pressures of rising demand and front line staff shortages remain.
This week we held our annual debate which focussed on accountability, one of the areas on which the NHS Plan for England is arguably rather light.
Health leaders waking up to a Conservative majority should have been be reassured that Long Term Plan’s direction of travel looks set to be maintained
Matthew Taylor has commented on the appointment of Amanda Pritchard as the next chief executive of the NHS in England.