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Dr Layla McCay comments on the latest data showing the COVID-19 and flu vaccination uptake among frontline healthcare staff.
A pay modelling tool has been developed to reflect changes and support specialty doctors in considering the new contract during the choice window.
With medicines optimisation costs increasing, effective approaches are needed at national, systems and place levels with ICSs playing a key part.
Community Network chair Andrew Ridley responds to the Budget and Spending Review announcement.
Precautionary steps must be taken now to prevent more severe measures being reintroduced to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Danny Mortimer responds to the Budget and Spending Review
This winter will be unlike any other and the health and care system must pull together to tackle the challenges it brings.
Get an overview of the governance structures of ICS and some practical actions for non-executive directors
This webinar will give an outline of new ICB guidance and discuss how the voices of people and communities can be put at the heart of decision-making
We have joined forces with the LGA to call on the Chancellor to use the Spending Review to provide genuinely new money for social care.
Summary and analysis of the Budget and Spending Review 2021 and the implications for health and care.
While additional funding announced to the NHS is apportioned across the system, we must recognise not just physical health, but mental health too.
Read and download our response to the Department of Health and Social Care’s (DHSC) consultation on making vaccination a condition of deployment.
Darren Hughes, director of the Welsh NHS Confederation, responds to Audit Wales’ report on NHS staff wellbeing during the pandemic.
HM Treasury has announced ahead of the Spending Review this week that £5.9 billion will be invested in the NHS to help tackle the elective backlog.
Mental health problems in England are growing at an alarming rate causing unprecedented strain not just on mental health services, but all healthcare.
Matthew Taylor says that healthcare leaders know that health and social care services are closely interlinked so when one suffers so does the other.
Independent providers and the NHS must take an ‘all shoulders to the wheel’ approach to integrated care, or risk doing patients a disservice.
A new a social movement comprising LGBTQ+ people and allies from a wide range of roles across health and care.
Chair of the steering group for the BME Leadership Network, Richard Stubbs, shares his pride in his role and the network’s purpose.