Latest blog posts from NHS England


Diagnosing cancer earlier

Two consultants from the University College London Hospital (UCLH) Cancer Collaborative – one of the Cancer Vanguard partners – talk about the work they have been doing to improve diagnosis for suspected cancer patients: Cancer survival rates in England are higher than they have ever been and earlier diagnosis is the key to improving survival […]

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Another view on the future nursing and care workforce

The NHS Confederation’s Chief Executive shares his thoughts for best practice for staff experience and retention ahead of a session he is co-leading with Professor Mark Radford, NHS Improvement’s Director of Nursing: There is a wealth of good employment practice. There are brilliant undergraduate and postgraduate courses. And there are imaginative retention schemes – but […]

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Music and dementia: a powerful connector

NHS England’s National Clinical Director for Dementia and the Deputy Chief Allied Health Professions Officer look at how music can trigger golden memories and benefit people with dementia: Listening to, and enjoying music, is a universal experience. It reflects and directs our mood, and now innovative and more convenient ways of delivering content makes it […]

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