New official figures show that the number of doctors taking early retirement from the NHS has more than tripled over the past 13 years.
Healthcare staff should give clear and up-to-date information on e-cigarettes to people who are interested in using them to stop smoking, according to draft NICE guideline recommendations developed with Public Health England.
Patients across the UK will benefit from a super-charged clinical research system, backed by over £64 million of dedicated investment, which will save lives across the country.
Chris Finch, Nuffield Health’s Infection Prevention and Control Lead Nurse, has been awarded the Silver Chief Nursing Officer’s Award.
Surgeons will perform liver resections with greater accuracy and deliver improved patient outcomes thanks to new research by Nottingham Trent University.
Shared decision making between service users and healthcare professionals is an integral part of healthcare, according to new NICE guidelines.
New research by the BMA has revealed doctors are suffering ‘moral distress’ and even ‘moral injury’ because they cannot give their patients the care and support they want to when they feel they need it.
The British Thoracic Society (BTS) and the Intensive Care Society (ICS) have today published guidance that aims to set the standards for the establishment and operation of Respiratory Support Units across the UK.
Investigating doctors with health concerns under ‘lack of competence’ grounds could exacerbate health issues, warns the Medical Protection Society (MPS).
A landmark partnership has been agreed by the UK Health Security Agency and US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to strengthen the global response to future pandemics.
A COVID-secure temporary centre in Manchester, to assess the skills of thousands of overseas doctors who want to work in the UK, has now opened.
Women from under-represented groups are being urged to respond to the Government’s call for evidence to shape the future of women’s healthcare.
The Royal College of Nursing is calling for an to end the growing practice of employing those without registered nurse qualifications into registered nursing posts, warning that this risks compromising patient safety.
Imperial researchers have designed drug delivery nanocapsules that could reduce the side effects of a major blood clot dissolving drug.
NICE is calling for more evidence to be gathered on the safety and efficacy of two procedures carried out to treat conditions effecting women.
A new report from SACN concludes that a lower carbohydrate diet is an effective short-term option for adults living with type 2 diabetes and overweight or obesity.