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How the NHS is supporting nurses to return to practice

Nurses are the heart and soul of the NHS, and I’m so grateful for everything that you do in the most challenging times. I know we need to do more to help you continue to deliver this world-class care, and …

Building an integrated health and care system with staff and patients at its heart

Health Secretary Sajid Javid meets with NHS staff during his regional tour

The health and social care integration white paper sets out our ambition to bring together NHS colleagues and their social care counterparts within an integrated system with people's needs at its heart, writes Health Secretary Sajid Javid.

Annual Consultant Awards – a new name, and a new scheme

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Following a consultation on reform, the NHS reward scheme for top-performing doctors is being renamed and redesigned, making it fairer and more accessible, writes ACCEA Medical Director, Professor Kevin Davies.

Review of Health and Social Care Leadership: an open letter to all those who work in health and social care

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Headshots of Sir Gordon Messenger and Dame Linda Pollard

Following the government's announcement of a review of leadership in health and social care, General Sir Gordon Messenger and Dame Linda Pollard have written to those working in health and social care with their thoughts on this important piece of work.

Tackling the NHS backlog and giving colleagues what they need

Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Sajid Javid visits St Mary's Hospital, London

The £6 billion injection of funding announced in October's Spending Review and Budget reflects our commitment to helping the NHS battle the backlog and providing much-need support to NHS staff and patients, writes Health Secretary Sajid Javid.

Building an open and inclusive NHS workplace

Female doctor meeting patient

As an institution founded on the principle of equality, it’s so important that we practice what we preach and make sure that the NHS is an inclusive place of work, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care writes.