Latest blog posts from NHS England


Acting on honest conversations

Two Family Carer Advisers explain how the Ask Listen Do commitment by NHS England is about making it easier for people with a learning disability, autism or both to give feedback about the services they receive: Ask Listen Do is about organisations committing to learning from people’s experiences and using this to improve their services. […]

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Knowing what good looks like

NHS England’s Digital Health and Artificial Intelligence Clinical Lead sets out new evidence standards to support the speed and uptake of digital health tools: Developing new standards for health technologies like apps and wearables devices in the dynamic, fast-paced world of digital health was always an exciting challenge for us. Today we have published the […]

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Transforming healthcare in the digital age

Ahead of the launch of the Long Term Plan the Chief Digital Officer at NHS England considers how digital services and technologies which put consumers at the heart of healthcare are key to transforming the NHS: Established 70 years ago this year, the NHS has been transformative in tackling wide-spread diseases and pioneering advances in […]

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Modernising the Mental Health Act: about time

I’m not the only one who thinks that the way we talk about mental health has changed over the past couple of years – from members of the Royal Family speaking out about their own personal troubles, to politicians and celebrities using public platforms. The NHS stepped up to the plate prompted by the Five […]

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Feeling safe and supported

The Professor of Palliative Care at Lancaster University’s International Observatory on End of Life Care talks about their research exploring the role and benefits of involving volunteers in caring for people towards the end of life.   Volunteers are key members of many palliative and end of life care services. Some people, however, can have […]

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