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From April 2015, care and support in England is changing for the better. The new Care Act will help to make care and support more consistent across the country. To find out more visit: www.gov.uk/careandsupport or contact your local council for more information.
'This is why doctors are leaving the NHS' - inside Britain's busiest A&E Subscribe to the Guardian HERE: http://bitly.com/UvkFpD With eight full-time consultants serving 140,000 patients, Queen's hospital in Romford, east London, suffers frequent bottlenecks of patients in A&E, resulting in overstretched staff and recurring breaches of NHS targets. Days after being put into special measures following a Care Quality Commission report, the Guardian filmed for 15 days in the hospital's A&E department Warning: some users may find images in this film distressing Inside Britain's busiest A&E
LSE academics and students present an overview of the MSc Global Health programme in the Department of Health Policy. For further information please see: http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Graduate/Degree-programmes-2017/MSc-Global-Health
The Health department stages simulation of suspected Ebola outbreak to test readiness. Health workers in the UK were on high alert on Saturday as an eight-hour nationwide drill was carried out to test Britain's preparedness for a possible Ebola outbreak. In this video released by the Department of Health, health professionals are seen responding to a possible scenario of a sick person who has recently returned from Sierra Leone, one of the countries worst affected by the disease. The footage shows an actor pretending to collapse in a shopping centre in Newcastle and the ensuing precautionary steps taken by NHS emergency workers. The exercise, which also included a fake emergency government Cobra meeting, was ordered by Prime Minister David Cameron to test Britain's preparedness for ...
This is a segment from Ep. 79 of the Vlog. Catch the full Vlog at https://vapepassion.com/vapepassion-show-episode-079/ The Department of Health in England released a new tobacco control plan that embraces vaping as a way to reduce harmful risks of smoking. Learn more at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/towards-a-smoke-free-generation-tobacco-control-plan-for-england
With the introduction of Sure Signal in the Department of Health's Richmond office, there has been a significant increase in connectivity and therefore efficiency. Put simply, there have been fewer dropped calls and the ability to make more calls on mobile while in the building. To improve connectivity even more, Vodafone installed voice over IP Telephony. This enabled the landline and mobile phones to ring simultaneously, which as you can imagine has improved productivity quite considerably.
David Metcalf, chair of the government’s migration advisory committee, has told 5 News that the department of health has fuelled immigration from outside the EU by failing to offer British nurses sufficient pay and training places.
Lord Nigel Crisp is an independent crossbench member of the House of Lords in London, England, where he speaks mainly on global health and international development. He was Chief Executive of the National Health Service in England—the largest health organization in the world with 1.3 million employees—and Permanent Secretary of the UK Department of Health between 2000 and 2006. He spoke at HSPH on Feb. 16, 2012, as part of the Decision-making: Voices from the Field series. The goal of the Decision-making: Voices from the Field series at Harvard School of Public Health is to enhance the decision-making knowledge of students and to generate ideas that can provide solutions and strategies to challenging global and domestic health problems. Senior decision-makers are invited to specifically a...
Do you want to work on issues that dominate the media agenda such as Ebola, NHS performance and obesity? Are you creative and able to inspire teams to find innovative solutions to seemingly intractable problems? Are you keen to fast track your career and develop your leadership potential in a department where learning and development is a key offer? Then the Department of Health Media Centre is the place for you. For latest information about vacancies within our award winning team visit: www.civilservicejobs.service.gov.uk
Healthcare UK helps UK healthcare providers to do more business overseas. They do this by promoting the UK healthcare sector to overseas markets and supporting healthcare partnerships between the UK and overseas healthcare providers. Healthcare UK is a joint initiative of the Department of Health (DH), UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) and NHS England. Find out more Healthcare UK helps UK healthcare providers to do more business overseas. It promotes the UK healthcare sector to overseas markets and supports healthcare partnerships between the UK and overseas healthcare providers. Find out more at http://www.gov.uk/healthcareuk
A new hard-hitting advert warning of the dangers of smoking has been released by the Department of Health. The new government anti-smoking advert, the first of its kind for eight years, shows a tumour growing from a cigarette. According to the Department of Health, smoking just 15 cigarettes can cause a mutation than can lead to cancerous tumours. Chief Medical Officer Professor Dame Sally Davies said smokers play Russian roulette with every cigarette. "This is a hard-hitting campaign to get at the hidden harms of smoking," she said. "People will see a man smoking and then a cancer growing out of the cigarette. That is what happens in people's bodies. "One-in-two smokers die from smoking, most from cancer. We know that people don't personalise the harms of smoking and don't understa...
Translational Medicine is often referred to as a one-way translation of ideas from 'bench to bedside'. Translational Medicine is far more than this. It is a two-way process of collaborative and iterative biomedical discovery and development focused on patients. At PA Consulting Group's and 4D's annual translational medicine foresighting event, we discussed how a number of government, clinical academic and private sector organisations are addressing these challenges allowing them to realise the value of adopting a translational medicine approach to the way we discover, develop and deliver healthcare. For more information, visit http://www.paconsulting.com/futureofhealthcare
Jeremy Hunt wasn't available, so Malcolm Tucker enlists Charlie Massey from the Department of Health to explain the '7-day NHS' and new junior doctors contract at this committee hearing on NHS staffing. Can you tell the difference between reality and satire? Warning: strong language To watch the full Public Accounts Committee briefing: http://parliamentlive.tv/Event/Index/2860eef0-36d6-4bf1-902c-344fd75bb5f7 Featuring: - Charlie Massey, Director General of Strategy and External Relations, Department of Health - Ian Cumming, Chief Executive, Health Education England, - Jim Mackey, Chief Executive, NHS Improvement - Ros Roughton, National Director, NHS England Read the full report at: https://www.nao.org.uk/wp-content/upl...
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