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The leading digital triage company now provides symptom assessment and video consultation tools to more than 12.5 million NHS patients across 1,500 GP surgeries Doctorlink, the leading online triage provider to the NHS, has reported accelerated user growth during the…

// Can you reach for the stars if the plumbing’s broken? driving healthcare transformation one simple step at a time   In his keynote address to the Healthtech Alliance earlier this year, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock…

Responding to the latest NHS Test and Trace statistics, Dr Layla McCay, a director at the NHS Confederation, said: “I’m glad to see improvements in the proportion of people with coronavirus whose close contacts were reached and asked to self-isolate, but we…

Covid, community response, and our work on how Covid has impacted different groups’ wellbeing.The whole of the UK has been affected by Covid-19 and its social and economic consequences, but the impact has been different for different people. To support a…

David Sinclair, Director of the International Longevity Centre – UK said “While the progress in the development of a COVID vaccine will be a relief to many reading the news today, this is not the time to be complacent.” “In…

ClinOwl and OpenAthens join forces to help HCPs find the most relevant, trustworthy research Medical research is progressing at an ever-increasing rate; the last ten years alone have seen countless transformative advances. This has never been more evident than during…

Which course graduates go on to have better wellbeing outcomes?In Figure 1 below we can see the proportion of graduates in each subject who report very high subjective wellbeing. This suggests the subject students choose impacts the levels of life…

Communications   The House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee has written to the Minister of State for Care to urge the Government to act now to implement the most urgent recommendations in the Committee’s July 2019 report, Social care funding: time…

.What we need now: wellbeing at the heart of the recovery The OECD has identified three ways wellbeing can inform recovery planning:Identify pre existing vulnerabilities to target support, especially socioeconomic disadvantage.Highlight areas not previously on the government’s radar, for example: isolation.Build resilience…

Architect Ed Baker on the government ‘building back to health’ Inbox x Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to “build our way back to health”, promising a ‘levelling up’ of hospitals: but will the UK government build it right? British urban…

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