Health PolicyJuly 25, 2019
Boris Johnson: Is it over before it begins?
Boris Johnson entered Downing Street as the 77th Prime Minister on 24th July and it is no understatement that he faces an uphill struggle. He will have to move quickly if he is to fend off calls for a General Election and must not forget the domestic agenda along the way, says former MP, Ben…
HealthJuly 8, 2019
Healthy information: Science and logistics
Healthcare depends upon two data types; the clinical determining the best we can do and the logistics that limit what most people will get. Right now, our best is diverging alarmingly from our average, say Professor Terry Young and Professor Stephen Smith. It's time to invest in logistics.
Health PolicyJuly 7, 2019
The global rise of opioid abuse
Opioid-related deaths have increased at an alarming rate over the last decade. The growing mortality rate is not only a public health issue, it also constitutes a wider social crisis for many developed economies, perhaps most notably in the US, where recorded deaths surpassed 49,000 in 2017. 
HealthJune 21, 2019
Prevention: It’s like pulling teeth
In response to the emphasis on prevention in the NHS Long Term Plan (LTP), Dan Male spoke to Professor Michael Escudier, Dean of the Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons, about delivering prevention schemes, workforce training and the role of digital in oral health care.

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