Few finance leads confident their organisation will balance books next year
Triptergyium wilfordii Hook F used to relieve joint pain and inflammation in traditional Chinese medicine
Average salt intake fell by 15% in 2003-11 in England; heart disease and stroke deaths fell by around 40%
Research funds key to building evidence to attract cash for developing skills and infrastructure required
Only eight local authorities have met the targets set by Public Health England
'Time to start polishing my skills as the countdown to GP begins'
Probiotics don’t help in infant colic
Tilly visits Dr Benjamin with her parents
Bariatric surgery for people with diabetes
£4.5m funding boost announced
Should we do it?
Haemophilus influenzae infection in pregnancy
Reflections on a final exam
Most cases of flu are asymptomatic
Will Captain Stevens use private tugs to pull the NHS off the rocks?
Dr Michael Dixon, chair of the NHS Alliance, wonders why we have so manifestly failed to value or invest in primary care over the past ten years and explains how we now must develop general practice 'at scale'
Dr Charles Alessi explains the role of the National Association of Primary Care
As the first round of evaluations starts this month, Scott Baker asks LETBs and NHS trusts: are you ready for revalidation?
Jolyon Medlock, Medical Entomologist at Public Health England, explains why ticks are a health concern and outlines prevention tips for the public
Achieving a paperless NHS by 2018 is critical to solving our healthcare system’s two main challenges: an ageing population and financial sustainability, argues Mark O’Herlihy
The global financial crisis and the government’s austerity measures are not responsible for the financial crisis and the capacity gap the NHS faces, argues Angela White
As the journey towards health and social care integration progresses, Andy Clegg asks whether attitudes of care professionals will make the difference to achieving the vision for joined up care
Barbara Young, Chief Executive of Diabetes UK, sets out the need for better communication between people at high risk of a foot attack and their healthcare professionals
There are currently 800,000 dementia sufferers in the UK and the number of cases is expected to double
This at-a-glance overview of PCOS looks at this common condition, affecting around 20% of UK women
This article summarises the indications for the vaccine and also the reasons for monitoring immunity
NICE tackles confusion over suspected drug allergies; SMC approves eight new medicines; and sublingual hayfever treatment gains US...
Two case histories covering the classification and management options for women with incontinence who present to primary care...
An article on the key dietary points for a newly diagnosed diabetic
Simple test recommended to diagnose asthma; refusal for psoriatic arthritis treatment; consultation launched on how NICE assesses drugs;...
An evidence-based course reviewing the assessment and management of a child with croup
MenB vaccine to be added to childhood vaccination programme, and NICE gives green light to faecal microbiota transplant...
An outline of the developmental milestones for children aged up to five years
UPDATE: An overview of the latest changes to the schedule with the addition of rotavirus, nasal flu vaccination...
This case history looks at tick management, the usual presentation, diagnosis and treatment of Lyme Borreliosis as well...
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