A round-up of HSJ’s stories looking at what Brexit could mean for the health service
- Today’s must read: Catch up on all HSJ’s coverage following the referendum result
- Today’s talking point: Keogh – We must make EU NHS staff feel welcome and valued
The impact of Brexit on the NHS
On Friday, voters in the UK chose to leave the EU with a majority of 52 per cent to 48 per cent. As the result was sinking in, David Cameron announced he would resign as prime minister and a replacement should be in post by early October.
The NHS featured prominently in referendum campaigning on both sides, and throughout the day HSJ’s expert journalists have considered what the impact of Brexit will be on the health service, with the implications for its funding and its workforce particularly prominent.
Here’s our full coverage:
- Analysis: How the political fallout will affect the NHS
- Analysis: What does Brexit mean for NHS funding?
- Senior NHS figures say “we must make EU NHS staff feel welcome and valued”
- Union leaders warn working hours protections for NHS staff in doubt
- Analysis: what leaving the EU will mean for NHS regulations
- Mike Birtwistle says we should prepare for “gridlock” in policymaking