Healthcare organisations across the UK are being encouraged to take part in a new campaign called Sign Up to Safety, which aims to enhance the standard of care offered to NHS patients.
NICE has published guidance on safe staffing levels for nursing care in wards that NHS professionals would do well to become acquainted with as soon as possible.
There is currently a shortage in the number of GPs in the UK, a trend that is leading to calls for increased recruitment efforts in the sector, as well as further reforms of general practice.
The increasing average age of the UK population will lead to significant changes in the way NHS care is delivered over the coming years.
Incoming changes to general practice will see GPs taking on a wider range of responsibilities, putting them at the heart of NHS care.
Doctors may need to look at new ways of communicating medical advice to patients more simply, according to new research.
Smaller hospitals could have a bigger role to play in future NHS care, under new plans being considered by the government.
Representatives of the medical industry have agreed that more needs to be done to ensure trainees take up underserved specialisms such as medicine, paediatrics and psychiatry.
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