A generational cultural change in bottom-up clinical leadership is needed if sustainable healthcare is to become a reality, writes John King and Dr David Paynton of Ethos Partnership.
Nearly a third of Britons suffer from claustrophobia at some point in their lives, according to new research. The top three nightmare scenarios are a tiny room with no windows (54 per cent), crowded places (51 per cent) and a ‘tunnel’ MRI scanner (45 per cent).
Valued at £5.5 billion in 2018, the UK market for formal childcare is growing rapidly in value terms at a time when the number of settings and places have decreased. Occupancy now stands at 74 per cent and the past year has seen average fees increase at a rate of around 6 per cent
Nuffield Health and The British Psychological Society join forces to develop best practice for supporting physical and emotional health
Many Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) staff are victims of bullying and harassment in the workplace. These effects can impact on the organisation’s productivity when staff are excluded, marginalised, stressed, angry, scared or disengaged.
Despite the growing needs of an ageing society placing further pressure on the care industry, the sector is pushing forward to meet the oncoming challenges. On 26 and 27 March at the NEC in Birmingham, the Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo provides the best platform to explore this further.
The NHS Long Term Plan has now been published following several days of snippets being fed to the media on the benefits which the Plan will seek to introduce. Gerard Hanratty, Partner at Browne Jacobson, provides his legal analysis.
With the impending cold weather comes the peak of the flu season, the Norovirus, and an increase of ailments like asthma attacks, dry skin and painful joints. What if we could help relieve some of these seasonal strains facing GP practices?