Some of the reasons people end up in A&E at Christmas are unique to the season.
Given many departments fall short of the target, it’s time to re-think how A&E departments deliver care.
A first look at data on sport injuries in children in England, and it’s not a pretty picture.
Overstretched ambulance services are increasingly being called out for non-emergencies.
The British government plans to double its annual charge for migrants to use the NHS.
Recent legal changes may not be enough to improve conditions in controversial police mental health detentions.
Basic anatomical knowledge can save lives.
Migrants have been accused of ‘clogging up the NHS’. But where would the NHS be without them?
While politicians and doctors argue over the data on the weekend effect, it’s important to remember that there are other ways to reduce hospital deaths.
Jeremy Hunt’s solution to cutting deaths in hospitals at the weekend is to increase staff levels. But is it just a fudge?