COVID will be with us for years to come – the NHS needs to adapt.
We tried our hardest to provide the best care in dire circumstances. There wasn't an alternative.
Work can mean more than just a pay cheque but some of the most meaningful jobs are paid the least.
Reluctance to take the vaccine may not be as unique to Black and Asian communities as it seems
The line between supporting welfare on one hand, and paying for core services on the other has become more blurry since the pandemic
Three years ago, research findings showed that consultants were making UK health service more inefficient. Now a follow-up finds that the problem is getting worse.
Professor of Defence Mental Health, King's College London
After winning a landslide victory at the last election, the UK prime minister's political capital is slipping away thanks to his inept handling of the COVID crisis.
New laws due this summer will allow gay men who have had the same partner for three months or more to give blood
Talks have stalled again and again but a mini deal could be imminent.
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The government should look beyond traditional socioeconomic arguments for why some patients are at greater risk.
The NHS will be handing out 200,000 pulse oximeters for people with COVID to measure their blood oxygen levels at home.
Health and scientific leaders mustn't waste this opportunity to shape the future for the better.
Folklore isn't a whimsical fancy - it's happening all around us all the time.
Patients' wishes must be at the heart of all healthcare decision making.
Public health education campaigns disregard economic factors.
The UK was late at recognising smell loss as a COVID symptom.
The most effective strategy for reducing obesity will be tailored to each individual.