The public are ambivalent about their medical data going to private companies, and missteps could erode vital trust.
The NHS, like many other health systems, is still dealing with the effects of COVID-19 but the challenges it faces predate the pandemic.
Current vaccination and screening programmes mean England is already on track.
Research on both sides of the globe shows that unmanageable workloads is the main reason why many ambulance service staff are considering quitting the profession.
New research finds that 85% of formula preparation machines tested were dispensing water that did not appear to reach NHS recommended temperatures for preparing bottles of formula.
The often long and complex nature of corporate manslaughter investigations means that prosecutions can take years, if they happen at all.
When hospital and GP staff do not reflect the population they serve, patients’ health suffers.
Nearly two-thirds of female surgeons in the UK have been sexually harassed.
Although patients in England have a right to ask for a second opinion, there’s no legal requirement for doctors to provide one.
Autism health passports are a tool designed to help autistic people access healthcare more easily.
New research shows that breastfeeding rates peaked in 2020, a time of strict COVID restrictions.
Regulating NHS managers would ensure they’re held to account for their decisions and actions.
As humans, we want a rational explanation to help us understand why someone would commit these horrific crimes.
A medical lawyer explains what a parent can expect when their newborn requires specialist care on a neonatal ward.
People who developed diabetes, psychosis and congestive heart failure, in that order, experienced the largest reduction in life expectancy
New research linking police and healthcare data shows that victims of domestic abuse are detectable before the involvement of the police.
Not enough data is being collected about the impact taking prescription medication has on breastfeeding.
About 35% of people in England faced some form of disruption to healthcare access during the pandemic.
A strong commitment to improving things for the existing nursing workforce in the UK is essential to addressing this issue.
A review of government services has found that autistic people are being failed in health, education, employment, poverty and housing.