The public health grant is due to increase by 1 per cent in real terms next year, the Public Health England chief executive has said, adding that it should spell the end of cuts to the budget.
The SICK! Festival 2019 takes place across Greater Manchester and presents an international arts programme, weaving in perspectives from researchers, clinical practitioners, public health professionals, charities and those with lived experience of the issues addressed, explains Jon Rouse
Policy makers and legislators should pay heed to Dame Sally Davies’ 2018 annual report that gives practical solutions to the challenges facing the health of the nation, exhorts Peter Carter
Financial penalties are being lifted from high-profile standards including cancer and elective waiting times, so far without attracting much attention. How is this happening? And will it work, asks Rob Findlay