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Alzheimer’s Research UK is calling for urgent investment in dementia research, following new statistics that show the condition accounted for 13% of all UK deaths last year. The figures were released by the Office for National Statistics today (Wednesday 18…

Responding to the JCVI’s (Joint Committee on Vaccinations and Immunisations) recommendations that boys should also be vaccinated for HPV, BMA board of science chair Professor Dame Parveen Kumar said: “This is an important moment for public health for which the BMA…

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Under fire already Readers of News from Nowhere know that working in the NHS is no quiet mission. Just the opposite, the flak rises to greet all new entrants, but is especially intense for politicians. Even before he had settled…

  Responding to the publication today of NHS Resolution’s annual report and accounts 2017/18, which show the cost of clinical negligence claims increasing by 50 per cent, Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, which represents health service organisations across the…

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Jeremy Hunt has gone to the Foreign Office -Matt Hancock is the new Health Secretary. Of course, bothwere in a Tory Government which has presided over austerity since 2010 . NHS funding has flatlined, social care budgets cut because of…

To increase the value of their work for decision-makers, and in keeping with the aspiration to “leave no one behind”, the Office for National Statistics has collaborated with the City, University of London and the London School of Economic and…

UK and European healthcare providers see new printing technologies as essential in meeting growing patient demands and personalising treatments  From easing budgetary pressures to personalising care for chronic conditions, a new study commissioned by Ricoh reveals the disruptive impact new printing technologies are having…

An employee calling in sick to work is considered completely acceptable if it’s for a migraine, stomach bug or physical injury. But what about the days a member of staff is at work and although they’re not physically ill, mentally…

  More than four in five of us would be willing to pay more tax to secure significant improvements in the NHS, according to a new poll commissioned by the NHS Confederation. 84% of participants polled would be willing to…

Widely held misunderstandings among GPs and Physiotherapists over exercise advice for people affected by osteoporosis and spinal fractures are to be addressed for the first time by new resources created by the National Osteoporosis Society and launched at its conference…