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Family ‘absolutely shocked’ at lack of communication during care plan investigation

After being left immobile, Mrs MacNair said she was left to feel like a “burden” on her family who stepped in when neither NHS Grampian or the Aberdeenshire Health and Social Care Partnership ... call... read more

The healing power of a helping hand: Read this inspiring story and find out why more than 20,000 have joined our Helpforce NHS volunteer campaign

Standing up to address a room full of strangers is a huge ... An estimated 78,000 volunteers already contribute to the NHS, yet the growing complexities of delivering health and social care for an age... read more

Matt Hancock orders review into over-prescribing in the NHS

Action is already being taken across the health system to address ... errors NHS England’s Medicines Value Programme, which is working to reduce variation in prescribing using clinical evidence and th... read more

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Axonics® Announces Publication of NICE Briefing

NICE is accountable to the UK’s Department of Health and Social Care ... National Institute for Clinical Excellence, a special health authority, to reduce variation in the availability and quality of ... read more

Family fought for nearly three years to get NHS care funding reinstated

He is cared for by his father Tony Rowell and sister Louise Sinclair and Mr Clinton had been receiving NHS Continuing Healthcare (CHC) funding since 2008. CHC is a complex package of health and social ... read more

The naked eye alone is not enough to ensure the accurate diagnosis of skin cancer, say experts

The reviews summarise research evidence assessing the accuracy of different diagnostic tests to support clinical ... and care research. The NIHR: Funds, supports and delivers high quality research tha... read more

NHS plans to cut back on 'unnecessary' and 'risky' operations to save money

Speaking to The Times, national medical director Professor Stephen Powis said cutting back on treatments "where risks and harms outweigh the benefits" would better allow the NHS to provide the "very b... read more

NHS England should stop blaming GPs for its failings

NHS England talked about ‘extensive planning for winter’ and did a bit of pre-emptive blaming of councils, social care, and frontline clinicians: ‘staff getting vaccinated against flu will also help r... read more

Many NHS patients experience relapse of depression and anxiety problems after discharge from mental

The study, published by leading scientific journal Behaviour Research and Therapy, was conducted by a team of NHS clinicians and scientists from ... poor mental health carries an economic and social c... read more

NHS: CQC report: Trust Special Administrators not fit for purpose

But last week a Care Quality Commission (CQC) report declared that Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) A&E is ‘not fit for purpose’. So what’s changed? The CQC are responsible for assessing care, and in Fe... read more

‘Why won’t you help my dying wife?’ - Man’s 18-month fight for care funding

And in June last year her husband Robert, 77, started the process of applying for NHS Continuing Healthcare (CHC) funding as caring for her became too much. CHC is a complex package of health and soci... read more

Half of GPs say patients came to harm from cancelled operations last winter

Last year NHS England told hospital trusts just before Christmas to ... which is symptomatic of investment failing to keep up with demand across the whole health and social care system. 'Caring for pe... read more

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