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Cameron’s speech in Birmingham this morning contained a few announcements for the NHS, the biggest of which was that a Conservative government would protect the NHS budget for the next Parliament. […] read more >
The Labour Party’s big conference announcement was the extra spending commitment of £2.5 billion for the NHS. […] read more >
Today, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has recommended the CoaguChek XS system and the INRatio2 PT/INR monitor (devices known as coagulometers) for NHS use by people on long-term warfarin therapy. […] read more >
The Government has published its response to the Health Select Committee report ‘Managing the care of people with long-term conditions’. […] read more >
Over the last 12 years, we have successfully designed, coordinated and run a variety of workshops, seminars and training sessions for our clients on a wide range of subjects. Recent topics have included […] read more >
Proton beam therapy to treat children with brain cancer will be available in Manchester and London by 2018. […] read more >
The Barker Commission recommends merging the health and social care systems in England, in potentially the most radical overhaul since the 1940s. […] read more >
Earlier this year, the coalition government announced that it would extend the Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF) until 2016, meaning an additional £200 million a year would be given to the NHS.
Mental health services for young people in England are “not fit for purpose”. […] read more >
Pharmacies should be providing more health services because of their essential role in local communities. […] read more >