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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 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.
The number of dementia cases is predicted to roughly double by 2040, according to new forecasting data.
Patients who have been on waiting lists the longest will be offered the opportunity to travel to a different hospital for treatment, according to new government plans.
For the first time ever, NICE has approved a treatment for advanced Parkinson’s disease.
A new report by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) shows a “depressing trend of deteriorating performance” within the NHS over the last decade, according to the BMA.
NICE has updated its guidance on stroke rehabilitation, and now recommends that stroke patients are offered at least three hours of needs-based rehabilitation at least five times per week.
The Department of Health and Social Care has offered to reopen pay talks with the BMA consultants committee after refusing to meet with the committee for more than 200 days.
The government is seeking views on new draft guidelines for treating harmful drinking and alcohol dependence.
A common drug used to treat inflammatory joint conditions could play a role in the management of hand osteoarthritis, which currently has no effective treatment.
The workforce development body for adult social care in England has described the sector as a “leaky bucket that we urgently need to repair”, after new data revealed that 390,000 care workers left their jobs this year.