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NHS Dental Recovery Plan

New plans to recover and reform NHS dentistry will improve patient access to NHS dental care and support dental services to return to pre-pandemic levels of activity. The plans include a range of public health initiatives to improve the oral health of children and recommit to the workforce growth and development outlined in the Long Term Workforce Plan.

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NHS Long Term Workforce Plan

The first comprehensive workforce plan for the NHS, putting staffing on a sustainable footing and improving patient care. It focuses on retaining existing talent and making the best use of new technology alongside the biggest recruitment drive in health service history.

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Primary care access plan

Our primary care plan sets out ambitions for general practices and primary care networks that will improve access to care and tackle the “8am rush”.

NHS Long Term Plan

Find out about the NHS Long Term Plan and what it means for patients and the public.

Elective recovery

Taking the opportunity to capitalise on current success and embed new ideas.

Workforce

Making the NHS an employer of excellence by investing in our people.

Mental health

Improving outcomes and experiences of people with mental health problems.

Integrated care

Giving people the support they need and removing disjointed care.

Primary care

Offering patients a wider choice of personalised health services.

Cancer

Making sure everyone with cancer receives care, support and treatment.

NHS IMPACT

The new, single, shared NHS improvement approach.

NHS @home

Providing better connected, more personalised care in homes and care homes.

News and blogs

NHS urges more women to take up cervical screening invitations

Millions of women are being urged to come forward for cervical screening as figures show a third of eligible under 50s didn’t take up the potentially lifesaving offer. The latest figures show that as of December last year, 65.8% of the 11 million eligible women aged 25-49 took up their cervical screening invitation and were screened within […]