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By participating you can have your say, either as an individual or as a representative of a group of people. The way in which you participate is up to you! The Involvement hub can give you support and information to help you to get involved in ways that work for you. There are a variety of […]
The Director of the NHS Learning Disability Employment Programme introduces a new series of blogs which aims to share perspectives on employing people with a learning disability in the NHS. Over the next few months we’ll be posting blogs on a wide range of topics from employers, carers, and people with a learning disability who […]
The Programme Lead for the NHS Leadership Academy’s Graduate Management Training Scheme looks at how the NHS is playing an important role in gender equality: Having managed to free myself from the kitchen, household chores, cooking the dinner for my husband and caring for my two children, I sit down and take off my apron […]
The aim of this event which was chaired by Margaret Kitching, Chief Nurse, NHS England (North), with expert speakers, was to bring together health professionals working in the areas of pressure ulcer management and safeguarding in order to: Connect regional pressure ulcer networks Share learning and best practice in relation to pressure ulcer prevention/ management […]
Presentations slides from the NHS England North Region Pressure Ulcer Summit which took place in February 2016.
NHS England has today (22 February 2016) launched a 30 day public consultation on a number of proposed new products for specialised services, (including service specifications and clinical commissioning policies). There has already been extensive engagement on these national specifications and policies. They have been developed with the support and input of lead clinicians and […]
Ms Wendy Becker and Ms Michelle Mitchell have been appointed by the Secretary of State for Health as Non-Executive Directors of NHS England for four years from 1 March 2016. Wendy Becker is currently Deputy Chairman of Cancer Research UK, a non-executive director of Whitbread plc and a trustee of the Prince’s Trust. She was […]
The next Board meeting will take place on 25 February 2016, Southside London at 2pm. If you would like to attend, please register your interest by emailing email@example.com and let us know if you have any additional requirements. Please note that members of the public are welcome to attend meetings of the Board – which although being […]
NHS England, the Government, and the British Medical Association’s General Practitioners Committee have reached agreement on changes to the GP contract in England for 2016/17, to take effect from 1 April 2016. The new contract will see an investment of £220 million for 2016/17 – part of this will provide a pay uplift of one […]
In her first blog as the new Senior Responsible Officer (SRO) for Learning Disability, NHS England’s Director of Transformation, Dr Julie Higgins, discusses the progress made over the last year and her expectations and priorities for the year ahead: It’s a real honour and a massive challenge to take on the role of SRO for […]