The NHS presents an economic dilemma. On the one hand we boast one of the best performing and most highly efficient health care systems in the world, yet on the other we see services and the staff ...
The evenings are drawing in, and NHS minds are once again focusing on the impending winter pressures.
We challenged writers to create a dystopian future in which society had failed to act on the social and commercial determinants of health.
Houses are more than physical structures providing shelter. Where we live can influence our health through many means.
90,000. That’s the number of live vacancies on any given day in adult social care across England and highlights the recruitment and retention challenges facing our sector.
Despite 90% of patient interactions with the NHS occurring in primary care, traditionally, the medical school curriculum has been dominated by secondary care.
Our ability to read, write and communicate in everyday situations has a huge influence on our wellbeing and health.
While the majority of patients who use NHS services will give little thought to the payment system that reimburses a provider for their work, it can greatly affect the type and quality of care that...
How can developing soft skills enable young people to access good quality work, and opportunities to live healthy lives?
The main parties’ conferences are now over and the dust is settling on the post-election landscape. The NHS’s position in that landscape is complex.