Public satisfaction with the NHS at second highest level, although satisfaction with GPs drops
GMC did not act on evidence of widespread payments from hospital groups to private consultants for referrals
Changes to the draft regulations will make it a legal requirement for all healthcare providers to display their rating
Spending per person over 65 has fallen from £1,188 to £951, BBC analysis finds
But no detrimental effects seen on lung function with moderate lifetime use
Corticosteroids for community-acquired pneumonia
A potential new drug to reduce obesity
Benefits of statins don’t differ by gender
Are you already bored with the horribly predictable NHS warfare?
New insights into neoplasia
Which investigation is preferable?
More waste for the NHS
Doctors should pay more attention to weight and less to blood pressure
A conference to keep cancer on the political agenda
Text messages remind people to take their tablets
Tackling TB is one of seven key priorities for Public Health England and "it’s a public health problem that we absolutely have to overcome"
‘How can we deliver personalised treatment with an impersonal funding system?’asks Peter Johnson, chief clinician at Cancer Research UK
The term innovation has come to mean very little both globally and increasingly in healthcare. Guy Bridgewater asks whether innovation really matters to the NHS
There is no way to stop it, patients have a thirst to be engaged and will drive the health service to use their data for good, regardless of what policymakers do or say, argues Wayne Parslow
How to keep a functioning and profitable practice where physicians are free to focus on patients, and patients leave satisfied
The Alzira model has attracted considerable interest in England, both politically and from the service. But what is it and why has it found its way into the spotlight?
Honesty is still too often taken as criticism, rather than a call to action
Declaring the intent to do more
Pharmacists are perfectly placed to help relieve both the financial and GP recruitment crises, argues Graham Phillips
This course will cover an overview and management of the most common primary headaches. This is the second part of a series of three courses on headaches
An article on the diagnosis and management of allergic and infective conjunctivitis
New treatment option for hepatitis C; go ahead for first weight loss device; revised code of practice for...
This article focuses on the non-pharmacological management of depression with reference to NICE guidelines
NICE publishes guidelines on GORD; approval for medicine to improve glycaemic control in type 2 diabetes mellitus; and...
This article focuses on the pharmacological management of depression with reference to NICE guidelines
NICE rejects pancreatic cancer drug and wants more research on neuropathy device; DH expects GPs to audit sepsis;...
This update on postnatal depression includes the latest NICE guidance
This article covers common neurological problems associated with excessive alcohol consumption
NICE updates its guidance on mental health support in maternity care; green light given to dabigatran to treat...
The third part of a CME series that looks at secondary headaches
This article covers common benign breast conditions and summarises NICE guidance on their investigation and management
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