Ever felt like you wanted to say a big “thank you” to the NHS and all that work for it? We do and apparently so do others. Namely filmmaker Simon Lewis and his advertising agency.
Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking has joined a lawsuit aimed at halting changes to the NHS that he fears could lead to wider privatisation and fewer resources.
Thursday brought the revelation that only 2 out of 5 individuals from groups most at risk have taken up the option of having the flu vaccination.
At the time of writing 90,000 signatures had already been collected calling for Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Care to return at least £328,000 to the NHS.
It has been suggested that NHS England is covering up the figures this year after the hospital chaos last winter that saw the Red Cross declare the situation a humanitarian crisis.
NHS leaders are backing a plan that would see more and more volunteers take it upon themselves to provide support to the NHS in key areas.
The question on the lips of most people with an interest in the NHS is: “What will happen to the NHS? What does the future hold for this essential institution?” The avenue of thought that many are pursuing boils down to efficiency: How to make the NHS a more efficient and resilient organisation.
A fresh report from NHS Providers has revealed some interesting information that is particularly timely given how we’re rushing through autumn to the winter months.
Health officials have announced that 5,500 extra nurses will be hired from India and the Philippines to help plug the shortage.
A fresh row could be about to unfurl with health secretary Jeremy Hunt’s plan to overhaul the pay of NHS staff. If he goes ahead Hunt will be ignoring the views of health unions which have warned that the government could be on the way to repeating the doctor’s strike from earlier this year.