We spoke to Chief Executive of the RSPH, Shirley Cramer, about the competition and how we can take action to avoid the sort of future our winning dystopian short story describes.
During 2015-16, St Gemma’s Hospice in Leeds piloted an innovative service for patients approaching the end of their life who wouldn’t normally be eligible for hospice care as they don’t have comple...
We spoke to Samantha Jones about leading the redesign of care in the health service, and what she’s learnt about the ingredients for successful change.
This project is a quantitative analysis of available data to map the social determinants of health in today’s young people and assess their influence on future health trajectories.
Myrtle works in an acute NHS trust as an emergency nurse practitioner in the urgent care centre. We follow a typical day in her working life.
Bill Clinton famously said ‘it’s the economy stupid’. In the case of the NHS delivering high quality, efficient care on a sustainable basis, we could sum that up with ‘it’s the workforce stupid’.