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Chief Nursing Officer bulletin: September 2015

Publications gateway number:  03798 Health and Care Innovation Expo 2015 – 2 and 3 September 2015 Returning to Manchester Central, Expo 15 will unite 5000 people a day from healthcare, the voluntary sector, local government, and industry. The event will host exhibition zones on Devolved Greater Manchester, Digital Health, New Models of Care and Preventing Diabetes, […]

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In Touch: Issue 9

Latest news NHS England launches first stage of new programme to improve young people’s mental health services NHS England has distributed £30m of funding to local areas for eating disorder services as part of the first stage of a new programme to improve children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing. The money is to […]

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Informed: Issue 45

Publication gateway number: 03954 Featured New partnership between NHS England and the Fire and Rescue Services A new partnership has been established between NHS England and the Fire and Rescue Services to carry out health checks on elderly people and patients with complex conditions. Working together with Public Health England, the Local Government Association and Age […]

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Informed: Issue 44

Publication Gateway number: 03928 Featured Matthew Jolly announced as National Clinical Director: maternity review and women’s health for NHS England NHS England is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Matthew Jolly as the National Clinical Director for Maternity Review and Women’s Health. Matthew is an experienced clinician who is committed to providing excellent individual care […]

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GP and Practice Team bulletin – July 2015

Publications gateway number: 03892 Headline news General practices invited to bid for funding for innovative £15 million pharmacy pilots An innovative new scheme to introduce around 250 clinical pharmacists into general practice has been launched. Practices/groups of practices interested in working in new ways and offering patients different approaches to accessing care are invited to bid […]

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In Touch: Issue 8

Latest news NHS England publishes its second Annual Report and Accounts NHS England has published its second Annual Report and Accountssetting out its performance over the last year and its priorities for 2015/16. In his introduction to the report, NHS England Chief Executive, Simon Stevens states “…it was a year in which patients’ groups, caring […]

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Informed: Issue 43

Publications gateway number: 03891 Featured NHS England launches first stage of new programme to improve young people’s mental health services NHS England has distributed £30m of funding to develop eating disorder services as part of the first stage of the programme to improve children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing. The money is to improve […]

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Chief Nursing Officer bulletin: August 2015

Publications gateway number:  03861 Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) vigilance urged The Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health, Jane Ellison, has written to all England NHS Trust chief executives, directors of public health and chairs of CCGs. Her letter highlights the extra vigilance needed over the summer holidays, as this is when  FGM is often […]

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Informed: Issue 42

Publication gateway number: 03848 Featured NHS England has published the 2014/15 Annual Report The NHS England Annual Report is now available online. This report reviews a largely successful year and looks ahead to delivering the priorities set out by the Five Year Forward View.  In the report, NHS England Chairman, Sir Malcolm Grant said “Thanks to […]

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Informed: Issue 41

Publications gateway number: 03816 Featured Taskforce report aims to boost cancer survival and transform patient experience The Independent Cancer Taskforce has recommended six strategic priorities to help the NHS achieve world-class cancer outcomes. The cancer report outlines how an additional 30,000 patients every year could survive cancer for 10 years or more by 2020. The report […]

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