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MPs urged to support an amendment imposing checks and balances on new powers for the health secretary to intervene in changes to local health services
Matthew Taylor on system leadership and why thinking like a system but acting like an entrepreneur is the order of the day.
Read and download our full response to Health Education England’s (HEE) call for evidence to inform long-term workforce planning.
How supported housing providers and NHS trusts are working together to reduce delayed discharges and save public money.
Darren Hughes, director of the Welsh NHS Confederation, responds to the latest review of Coronavirus restrictions in Wales.
View the slides from our peer learning session on health inequalities and the elective and diagnostic backlog
The latest in our series of tweet chats will look at allyship for LGBTQ+ colleagues.
An overview of national guidance setting out expectations for the role of integrated care partnerships within integrated care systems.
POLISI DATBLYGIAD CYFLOG – CWESTIYNAU CYFFREDIN/ARWEINIAD – Diwygiwyd Medi 2021
Ruth Rankine responds to the beginning of the COVID-19 booster programme.
Proposals for how integrated care systems might improve the use and management of medicines.
The WNHSC welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Culture, Communications, Welsh Language, Sport and International Relations Committee consultation
Briefing showcasing case studies from each NHS organisation in Wales on how they are working to transform services to meet increasing demand.
Director of the Acute Network, James Devine, responds to the Care Quality Comission’s urgent and emergency care 2020 survey results.
Layla McCay, director of policy at the NHS Confederation, reflects on the new ‘vision’ and 10-year strategy for UK life sciences.
Specialised committee on health should be created given the size a critical nature of the health sector, NHS Confederation response argues.
The WNHSC welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Health and Social Care Committee consultation into its priorities for the Sixth Senedd.
Examples of where non-executive directors have engaged with and within their systems to integrate their independent voice.
Darren Hughes, director of the Welsh NHS Confederation, responded to the latest Welsh Government Press Conference.
NHS communications professionals thanked for their service, dedication and professionalism throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.