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Sight loss a growing problem for ageing populations
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) reports a significant increase in hospital activity for cases of AMD from fewer than 10,000 in 2005-06 to more than 75,000 in ... and cause... read more
Jon Ashworth: A Labour government will breathe life back into our NHS
We have a vacancy gap across the NHS of 100,000, including more than 40,000 nurses ... Our NHS has pioneered the first heart, lung and liver transplants. And yet my own research has found that thousan... read more
Eventer’s desperate appeal for life-changing medical tech
After two years of operations and regular treatment, Emma was told she could lose her vision in five ... enough data then my mission is to put pressure on the NHS clinical commissioning group to look ... read more
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James Frayne: Is a Nappy Tax coming soon? How Hammond may raise more revenue when his Budget comes.
But it might also suggest that it is so desperate to raise revenue to pay for the NHS splurge ... Much more likely is something very targeted at those businesses seemingly not serving the public good ... read more
New NHS app will allow patients to book appointments and order repeat prescriptions
The ambitious Tory will outline his vision to “transform NHS trusts into world-leading institutions for technology and innovation" at the NHS Expo in Manchester. Ministers promise the NHS app will pio... read more
Follow or borrow? Is the UK NHS the best model for other countries to achieve universal health coverage?
In this instance, it is unnecessary. My experience of working with dozens of governments designing and implementing their UHC models is that there is huge demand to learn from how the NHS works, and m... read more
Vision Scotland: Rising to the skills challenge
As we increasingly rely on new technologies, more than 203,000 engineers will be needed each year ... not realising the amount of possibilities it brings.” She points to the NHS as an example of where ... read more
LEO MCKINSTRY: Even for Corbyn’s Labour, it takes twisted cynicism to claim life is as bad as 1930s
For those eligible, benefit support amounted to just 15 shillings (75p) a week — little more than £30 today — and claimants had to do a tough ‘means test’ to prove they were sufficiently poverty-stric... read more
Does What Your Doctor Wears Matter?
However, this long-held vision of how a doctor should look ... Nevertheless, since the NHS' bare below the elbows policy was enacted, the number of hospital infections in the UK has declined. read more
Labour must fight for legal aid – before it is too late
Even my constituency ... Larger problems cost more money to fix. For example, the lack of early housing law advice for disrepair issues can lead to health social, and financial problems, the tab for w... read more
Baby Donnie lived for 142 days but left a legacy of love
I promise to do my best. Matty (14) wanders in ... which aims to help a patient live despite their life-limiting condition. It was the nurse’s vision to get Donnie out but Ruth’s drive that took it fo... read more
Leadership Q&A: Derbyshire Community Health Services Foundation Trust
As STP work is further embedded in Derbyshire, this can only take more of a centre stage ... from members of staff in the latest NHS Staff Survey responses: “DCHS is a great place to work and I feel s... read more