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Tens of thousands of patients requiring chemotherapy could receive treatment closer to home under new plans set out by the health service today. Substantial savings are also expected to be reinvested in patient care over the next few years thanks to an NHS England programme led by specialist pharmacists to reduce variation in drug doses. […]
NHS England ran a 30 day consultation on ‘Tenofovir Alafenamide for treatment of HIV 1 in adults and adolescents’ and ‘Treatment of iron overload for transfused and non transfused patients with chronic inherited anaemias’ early this year. The following documents that were part of the original suite of documents posted online as part of the […]
In the latest in our series of blogs about #mentalhealth, an NHS England (London) awareness campaign for mental health care across the capital, Dr Ann York talks the improvements being made to support young people: It’s late Friday afternoon. Susie is at the GP surgery with her daughter Lizzie, aged 15 (not real names). The GP […]
Guidance and associated appendices, to support the transfer of commissioning responsibilities for adult obesity surgery to Clinical Commissioning Groups during 2016/17.
What is most important to someone with a mental health problem? The same things which are as important to everyone else: a decent place to live, a job, good quality relationships. That is what we heard from the 20,000 people who contributed to our Mental Health Forward View. It is, of course, no secret that […]
NHS England’s National Clinical Director for Dementia marks National Dementia Awareness Week by outlining the significant progress being made in this area of care: This week gives us a great opportunity to raise the profile of dementia, to celebrate things that have been achieved and shed a light on areas where more work needs to […]
NHS England’s Chief Allied Health Professions Officer thanks those who have contributed to this first stage of shaping the mandate for change and explains next steps. It is now a full month since the launch of an important online workshop. A platform to engage with Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) across England to co-create a vision […]
An Excel file containing the data used in the 2016 refreshed ‘where to look’ packs and tools.
Marking Global Accessibility Awareness Day, NHS England has announced the addition of new software to its website to open it up to more people. The NHS England website now features Texthelp’s ‘Browsealoud’ – an innovative and free-to-use support tool which will read aloud and translate webpage content to users, allowing for a better and easier […]
To join up health and care services, partners across local systems will need to work together in new and different ways. National health and care bodies are working closely with all areas to support them to do this. We aim to do everything we can to share learning about integrated care across the country. Integrated […]