Next steps for transition set out

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NHS Chief Executive Sir David Nicholson has written to NHS staff about transition arrangements, following the passing of the Health and Social Care Bill. Sir David says the passage of the Bill provides clarity and certainty about future direction and … Read more → – Next steps for transition set out

Have your say on the public health workforce

A consultation has been launched to help identify and unlock the potential of the people who are responsible for improving the population’s health and wellbeing. The public health workforce consultation is aimed at a wide audience, reflecting the Government’s view … Read more → – Have your say on the public health workforce

Read transcript of webchat on improving health and care for children and young people

The transcript from the recent webchat with Professor Ian Lewis, co-chair of the Children and Young People’s Health Outcomes Forum, is now available to read below. Professor Lewis, who is Medical Director at the Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, … Read more → – Read transcript of webchat on improving health and care for children and young people

Why any change to the NHS is always opposed

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Health Minister Simon Burns on how the same arguments against change by a small and very vocal minority are to the detriment of a more meaningful conversation about the NHS Opposition to change is part of the NHS’s history. You … Read more → – Why any change to the NHS is always opposed

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Have your say on children and young people’s health outcomes

The Children and Young People’s Health Outcomes Forum is gathering views from children, young people, parents, carers, doctors, nurses and other professionals involved in providing care to children on the health outcomes that matter most for children and young people … Read more → – Have your say on children and young people’s health outcomes