This guide is intended to support councils in a practical way in interpreting and implementing constitutional and governance aspects of the legislation. It has no statutory standing, nor does it constitute non-statutory guidance. It is too soon in the development
This HSC details: part one, allocation of capital resources available for Hospital and Community Health Services (HCHS) in 2000/01; part two, the policy on capital to revenue transfers; part three,changes to the NHS Trust Financial Regime.
This guidance sets out the allowances payable to or for: Chairs and Board Members of Primary Care Groups; Chairs and non-executive members of Primary Care Trust Boards; PCT Executive Committee Chairs and Professional Members. It also provides a framework for
The average number of heat-related deaths in the UK is expected to more than triple to 7,000 a year by the 2050s. Older people are particularly vulnerable and suffer increased fatalities from cardiac and respiratory disease during heatwaves. As the
Royal College of General Practitioners research on the effectiveness of NHS England’s Time for Care Programme, specifically its 10 High Impact Actions: a range of initiatives that were introduced with the aim of increasing capacity in general practice and reducing
Longitudinal study that finds that homelessness is rising across the country and in particular outside the capital. The number of homeless families and individuals placed in temporary accommodation jumped to 78,000 last year, an 8% rise on the year and
This report summarises evidence about the burden, determinants, prevention and treatment of multimorbidity. It finds causes are poorly understood, strategies for prevention are lacking and concludes that without a better understanding of multimorbidity, it will not be possible to plan
The utilisation of minimal access techniques is highly variable across the United Kingdom (UK), and low for many procedures (for example in England less than a quarter of hysterectomies are performed using MAS). This is despite there being a growing
Executive summary of quality assurance visit to Luton and Dunstable University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust held on 12 and 13 July 2017. Identifies 11 high priority findings: resources for antenatal sonography should be reviewed to ensure that PHE requirements are met the Trust’s
Report from the Care Quality Commission that finds Emergency department services are working under increasing pressure, and facing increasing challenges, with the number of attendances rising every year.