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People requiring support and treatment for their mental health are at risk of not getting the care they need and their conditions deteriorating due to increased demand brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, and constraints in what services can deliver.
The NHS Confederation has responded to the latest ONS mortality figures for England and Wales.
Dr Layla McCay responds to NHS England and NHS Improvement’s publication of guidance on implementing phase three of the NHS response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Welsh NHS Confederation Director, Darren Hughes comments on the additional £800m announced for the Welsh NHS
Joint working between primary care networks and providers of mental health services must accelerate if the NHS is to help the huge increase in the number of people needing support for their mental health in the coming months and years.
Community healthcare services have been critical in preventing hospitals from becoming overwhelmed during the coronavirus pandemic and in allowing people to receive the care they need closer to and within their own homes.
Responding to the letter from NHS England and NHS Improvement on the “third phase” of the NHS’s response to Covid-19, Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, which represents organisations across the healthcare sector, said don’t expect miracles – it will take time for NHS services to be back to normal
Responding to NHS England and NHS Improvement’s Phase 3 letter, Andrew Ridley, chair of the Community Network, which is hosted by the NHS Confederation and NHS Providers, said community services ready to deliver in next phase of Covid-19 response, but need funding certainty
The Director of the Welsh NHS Confederation, Darren Hughes responds to the easing of lockdown restrictions announced today in Wales
The NHS Confederation’s Health and Care LGBTQ+ Leaders’ Network, BME Leadership Network and Health and Care Women Leaders Network have welcomed the publication of the NHS People Plan.
NHS England and NHS Improvement has published the People Plan for the NHS, read our summary.
Responding to the Secretary of State’s speech about the future of healthcare, Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, which represents organisations across the healthcare sector, said important moment for health and care if Secretary of State’s words turn into action
The NHS Confederation has responded to the latest NHS test and trace figures, as well as the ONS comparison of all-cause mortality between European countries.
Responding to the announcement of the NHS People Plan for 2020/21, Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, which represents organisations across the healthcare sector, said staff recognised in NHS People Plan but multi-year funding crucial
Study will investigate why people from black and minority ethnic backgrounds have a higher risk of developing severe COVID-19.
Chief executives from across the NHS in England have become seriously concerned about their staff, with increased levels of anxiety and fatigue being reported during the pandemic.
Marie Gabriel CBE has been appointed as chair of the NHS Race and Health Observatory.
The health and care workforce strand launches a summary of employers’ feedback on what’s needed nationally to support employers with workforce challenges.
Responding to the PAC report Readying the NHS and social care for the peak of Covid-19, Dr Layla McCay, a director at the NHS Confederation, which represents organisations across the healthcare sector, said PAC report highlights need for social care reform
Responding to updated NICE guideline on self-isolation, Dr Layla McCay, director at the NHS Confederation, said replacing national requirement for patients to self-isolate before elective care with local flexibility welcomed