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Former barrister, Victoria Atkins has been appointed as the new secretary of state for health and social care, the fourth minister to take the position in two years.
People from the most deprived areas in England are up to twice as likely to wait for more than a year for elective treatment as people who lived in the most affluent areas, according to a report from the King’s Fund.
NICE has recommended the use of hybrid closed loop systems for managing blood glucose levels in some patients with type 1 diabetes.
A leading BMA spokesperson says the government “has the wrong priorities for the NHS” following the King’s Speech this morning (7th November).
The Royal College of GPs says it is “sad and troubling” that complaints about primary care have hit a record high.
People from Black and minority ethnic backgrounds have poorer access to and outcomes from NHS psychotherapy services such as counselling and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), according to an independent review.
The British Medical Association has described testimonies at the Covid inquiry from Dominic Cummings and Lee Cain – two of Boris Johnson's key advisers at the height of the pandemic – as “disturbing.”
A group of families who have been affected by failures in NHS maternity care have written to the government calling for a full statutory public inquiry into maternity safety in England.
A new analysis by the Health Foundation has found that if current trends and industrial action continues, the waiting list for elective care could rise to 8.18 million by next summer.
Roughly 250 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) qualified GPs left the profession in the last year, according to the latest General Practice Workforce data.
The Health Ombudsman has warned that lessons on sepsis management have still not been learnt and significant improvements are urgently needed to avoid more fatalities.
A trial testing out a new treatment regime for cervical cancer patients has resulted in “the biggest improvement in outcomes” for patients in over 20 years.