Crisis point – 24 hours in A&E

11th June 2019

Could you survive working in A&E for 24 hours? A new simulation puts you at the frontline of the NHS. It’s a lot of fun, but it also raises some big questions about just how [read more]

Spotlight on sepsis

10th June 2019

Sepsis is a condition that many doctors dread, with the common symptoms the condition presents making a firm diagnosis a challenge. To support clinicians, Health Education England has launched Think Sepsis – a new education [read more]

Celebrating NHS Values Week

4th June 2019

NHS Health Education England (HEE) is leading Values Week, 15 – 18 July, a celebration of everything that makes the health service – and the people who deliver the life-changing service – great. To help [read more]

The public and the NHS

24th May 2019

In this fascinating article, academics Ellen Stewart, Angelo Ercia, Scott Greer and Peter Donnelly compare how the public is involved in major service changes across the UK’s four health systems. They find some clear differences between the four systems’ [read more]

Inspecting online primary care providers

24th May 2019

In England, nearly 14 million people are using online services to engage with a doctor. It’s a massive achievement and demonstrates the increasing acceptance of online healthcare services among the public. The steep rise in [read more]

The state of independent care

17th May 2019

The Care Quality Commission plays a vital role in monitoring and managing the care quality of NHS providers – a position it also pholds for independent and private sector providers. In a new report, the [read more]

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