This report sets out the NHSPRB’s analysis of evidence provided by relevant organisations and makes proposals on the pay of NHS staff in Scotland paid under Agenda for Change from April 2017.# Additional Item
Recommendations from the Review Body on Doctors’ and Dentists’ Remuneration (DDRB) on doctors’ and dentists’ pay in Scotland. It sets out the DDRB’s analysis of evidence given by relevant organisations and provides independent advice on the pay of doctors and dentists in the
Asthma UK report calls for steps to improve the prospects for people with severe asthma. The report reveals the challenges of treating this complex condition and the opportunity for the scientific community to come together to make exciting new treatments
Inquiry by the All Party Parliamentary Group for Children bringing together evidence about the current resourcing of children’s social services and changes in the nature and level of demand, to improve our understanding of the challenges facing under-performing children’s services, and
Education Policy Institute report examining progress made by the Government in improving children and young people’s mental health services (CAMHS). The report analyses NHS England’s new ‘Mental Health Five Year Forward View Dashboard’, which tracks the performance of local Clinical Commissioning
This guideline covers assessing, diagnosing and managing mental health problems in adults (aged 18 and over) who are in contact with the criminal justice system. It aims to improve mental health and wellbeing in this population by establishing principles for
Assess’ the implementation and take up of the Workplace Wellbeing Charter which was developed by Public Health England. The charter aimed to support employers in delivering evidence-based workplace health improvement activities. The study found that the charter contributed to staff
This report focuses on the finances of NHS providers and the consultant productivity of acute NHS hospitals, drawing on their annual accounts from 2009/10 to 2015/16 and linking this to wider NHS data. It finds that the NHS used almost half
Follow-up report on childhood obesity in the UK argues that the government needs to take more robust action to tackle the impact of deep discounting and price promotions on the sales of unhealthy food and drink. In relation to the
This report has found that across the country women are not being treated appropriately when it comes to their physical, mental and gynaecological health. Using a survey of over 2,600 women and freedom of information requests, the report highlights the
Partnership research from UNISON and Community Care, that finds that many social workers are struggling with their caseloads and longer working hours due to staff shortages and budget cuts. These insights are taken from feedback from over 2000 social work
Produced in conjunction with the alcohol industry, this guidance aims to raise awareness and help people understand the risks that alcohol consumption may pose to their health. As a result of new CMO guidance, the alcohol industry is updating the health
This agreement sets out outcomes to be achieved and funding provided for NHS England to commission public health services.
Considers the approach taken by London-based charity MAC-UK in offering mental health support to young people involved in gangs or at risk of offending. The INTEGRATE approach engages young people through activities that they set up themselves and getting referrals
This charter aims to help housing professions better understand dementia and how housing, its design and supporting services can help improve and maintain the wellbeing of people affected.
Sets out progress made to improve the quality of education, training and practice of social work with adults in the last year. It highlights the main priorities and issues for the adult social work profession, including: repositioning social work practice
These Financial Directions set out certain additional expenditure controls to which NHS England must adhere. These stem from budgetary controls that HM Treasury applies to the Department of Health.
This mandate reaffirms the government’s commitment to an NHS that provides the best care and support to today’s patients, and also safeguards the service for future generations. Building on the previous multi-year mandate, which came into effect on 1 April
This document provides advice to GPs assessing patients where infection with Mycobacterium chimaera infections associated with cardiopulmonary bypass is a possibility.
This guidance, produced in partnership with Health Education England and the Ministry of Defence, brings together key information to help managers understand the role of reservists and how to support them.