Two experts in social care examine the issues that are derailing the care sector in the UK – and look at the case for a National Care Service.
Prophets of the NHS’s demise have been proved wrong year after year.
Finland aims to be tobacco free by 2030. Could the UK do more to keep the population healthy?
After a four and a half year delay, the UK government has finally released a long-term plan for NHS England.
The new NHS workforce plan for England promises a 50% increase in GP training places by 2031. But the challenges GPs are wrestling with go much deeper.
So far, attempts to fix the emergency services crisis have largely involved short-term solutions without looking at the root causes.
Today’s reports of crumbling, dilapidated and dangerous hospital buildings are a far cry from the design ambitions extolled by early NHS architects and planners.
A new study finds that medical students lose their empathy, to everyone’s detriment.
The problems facing the NHS have been years in the making: a result of poor decision-making, lack of political consensus and chronic underinvestment.
Reports have shown 90% of NHS practices are not currently accepting new dental patients.