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The NHS Confederation has commented on the announcement that a free one-year visa extension will be given to eligible healthcare workers and their dependants.
The NHS Confederation’s Mental Health Network has commented on the latest mental health services monthly performance statistics published by NHS Digital.
The NHS Confederation has said the latest round of COVID data show there is some hope, but cautioned that what goes down can easily go back up.
The NHS Confederation’s PCN Network director has commented on the update on the AstraZeneca vaccine.
The NHS Confederation has commented on the latest Downing Street press conference.
The NHS Confederation has commented on the latest urgent and emergency care, test and trace, and Corsair data.
The NHS Confederation has commented on the data published by the ONS on Long COVID.
Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities’ report is not a critical assessment of racism in Britain in 2021, says BME Leadership Network.
The NHS Confederation has responded to the IPPR report, “Recover, Reward, Renew”.
Health leaders have warned that any inappropriate involvement from ministers in the running of local NHS services could undermine confidence in the legislation expected to be announced in the Queen’s Speech next month, which will require local health and care services to work together for the benefit of their patient communities.
The NHS Confederation has commented on the ONS figures showing coronavirus vaccination rates in people aged 70 years and over by socio-demographic characteristic
The NHS Confederation has commented on the latest test and trace figures and urgent and emergency care sitrep.
The NHS Confederation has commented on the National Audit Office’s report on the adult social care market in England.
Dr Layla McCay, director of policy at the NHS Confederation responds to health secretary Matt Hancock’s announcement that a new organisation, the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) will be established from 1st April
The NHS risks losing thousands of nurses, doctors and other key workers in the longer term unless they are given the time and space to recover from the pandemic.
The NHS Confederation has commented on the latest ONS mortality figures, as one year passes since the first national lockdown.
Darren Hughes, director of the Welsh NHS Confederation, responds to the Welsh Government’s health and care services pandemic recovery plan and National Clinical Framework.
A new report looking at learning and innovative practice that has emerged from across NHS Wales in response to COVID-19, has been released by Swansea University on behalf of NHS Wales organisations and partners.
Andrew Ridley, Community Network Chair, responds to additional funding for discharge-to-assess