NICE recommends additional rehab for stroke patients

In updated guidance, The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) is recommending that stroke sufferers who have continuing impairments should be offered additional rehabilitation.

Eluned Morgan praises digital rollout in Wales

Wales Minister for Health and Social Services Eluned Morgan has praised the rollout of two digital projects being rolled out by NHS Wales organisations

Glofitamab approved for aggressive B-cell lymphoma treatment

The treatment will be made available within weeks for patients who have had two or more cancer treatments that have not been fully effective

Gambling operator levy could raise £100m for prevention and treatment

The Government proposes to set the levy as a new 1% fee on gross gambling yield for online gambling operators, while traditional betting shops and casinos will pay a proposed fee of around 0.4%

Exercise sessions offered to combat peripheral artery disease

A collaboration between York St John University and York and Scarborough Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is to offer a claudication exercise service to people suffering with leg pain as a result of peripheral artery disease.

Medical leaders sign open letter praising Federated Data Platform pilots

“Our endorsement of the FDP is based on our extensive experience and involvement in pilot initiatives.”

Cambridge Childrens Hospital to begin construction in early 2024

Subject to capital funding review in April 2024, work can now commence on the Full Business Case for the first specialist children’s hospital for the East of England

Welsh deputy minister for social services Julie Morgan has praised the social care workforce at the Association of Directors of Social Services Cym

A campaign has been launched in Scotland informing people of the best place to go for healthcare over winter.

The NHS has met its target to deliver 10,000 virtual ward beds ahead of winter.

The NHS and UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) have launched an awareness campaign for urinary tract infections (UTIs).

The government has set it its plan to create a smoke-free generation and launched a public consultation on youth vaping in an attempt to crack down

The Scottish Government has announced funding for eight projects that are supporting people with neurological conditions.

The latest round of the Public Sector Decarbonisation scheme has opened for bids.

Welsh health minister Eluned Morgan is calling on everyone to play their part in the future of Wales' health and social care system.

The government has launched the Made With Care 2023 campaign to expand the social care workforce.

The Scottish Government has teamed up with MND Scotland to fund research to investigate potential causes of and therapies for motor neuron disease

The NHS has published data following the junior doctors and consultants strike last week.


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