Improving staff efficiency and the patient experience

The ability to deploy staff quickly makes a large difference to patient waiting times. Here, Skills for Health look at effective e-rostering

The cost of manual handling injuries is high. But with the correct training and a good policy and monitoring system in place, the number of injuries could be substantially reduced, writes Mary Ogungbeje, research and development adviser at the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health

The health and social care sectors face unique issues and challenges when it comes to manual handling patients, writes Peter Wallace CMIOSH and FRIPH, health and safety consultant, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA)

Event Diary

Just one week after the general election, Confed17 brings together health and social care leaders to hear the detail behind the new government's plans for the NHS, and to debate what it means in practice.