DH promises junior doctor pay will not be cut by 30%
78% of NHS trusts are in deficit
Scottish nurse flown back to London
74% of parents are pestered by their children for junk food
Experts urge large smoking cessation to avoid deaths
Gene therapy for age-related macular degeneration
Ever heard of 'Knight starvation'?
Doctors don’t strike. And yet… The situation for Junior Doctors is ‘utterly perverse’
The best anatomical approach for central venous lines
Another good reason to take supplements?
Assisted dying: the difficult debate
Time to close down the breast cancer screening programme
Is it what the NHS actually is?
Diagnosing pulmonary embolism in primary care
How should we advise patients who are taking statins regarding the benefits and risks?
Chief Pharmaceutical Officer for NHS England Dr Keith Ridge gave a clear message to the Royal Pharmaceutical Society Annual Conference 2015
Government interest in dementia can cause problems for people with a long-term interest in improving the lives of people affected by it, says professor June Andrews
Professor Michael Thick, the transplant surgeon who took on the poisoned chalice of clinical leadership at NHS Connecting for Health and is now chief clinical officer at IMS Maxims, makes the case for a new way of looking at the electronic patient record
The NHS is desperate for a defrag and we need to start today, says Graham Phillips
The call to fast track a new era of digital healthcare involves a whole lot more than simply creating a 'paperless NHS', says Eva Weber
Kevin Fenton, PHE National Director for Health and Wellbeing, describes new approaches to an ongoing problem
Despite slowly increasing numbers, not enough women are securing senior research leadership roles, say Liz Sapey and Susan Wray from the SUSTAIN reference group
With clinical and managerial leadership under the spotlight following recent reports by Sir Robert Naylor and Lord Stuart Rose, Dr Alistair Blair shares why the NHS needs to “move on from the dogma of ‘clinician good, manager bad’”
This clinical article looks at the types of questions that should be asked of any patient presenting with knee pain in primary care
NICE recommends Keytruda for treating advanced skin cancer after treatment with ipilimumab and US FDA approves it for advanced (metastatic) non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC)
This article looks at the investigation of iron deficiency anaemia, including: misleading ferritin levels, recent changes to NICE guidance and what to do when gastroscopy and colonoscopy have come back as normal
New heart failure drug recommended; views on homeopathy sought; seven-day readmissions figures issued
This article gives an overview of undescended testes, including how to manage the condition and potential complications
NICE publishes its first guideline for the social care sector, it also recommends a non-invasive diagnostic device, and approves an anti-blood clotting drug for the prevention of stroke and systemic embolism
This article gives an overview of relapsing polychondritis, the rare inflammatory condition predominately affecting the cartilage of the ears, nose and tracheobronchial tree
New BPH treatment avoids tissue removal; more options for spine arthritis; flu vaccine protection better than thought
This article gives an overview of this condition and discusses the current treatment options available