The Health Secretary will answer questions in a seperate Commons session on Tuesday
Medics find it difficult to tell patients they are dying, with some 'thrown in at the deep end'
99.4% of junior doctors have voted to begin 3 proposed days of action, starting this week, over 'threatened imposition' of new contracts
Community director of student site says: “The message being sent to our youth today is ‘why bother with medicine?’”
Scabies is spreading like wildfire
Some cancer patients are being “written off” as being too old for treatment, a charity has warned.
New government plans mean patients must prove they are not foreigners – or be charged for life-saving treatment
Measure was one of the key recommendations of a report into the fallout from the Mid Staffordshire scandal
Chairs for Lewisham and Hull said commissioning while continuing their clinical role as family doctors had become unmanageable
Labour condemns 'most audacious sell-off to date'
Doctors say that patient demand has become unmanageable
People will be considered as having consented for organ donation unless they use the 'opt-out' system
Regional pilots of the scheme have reported big problems
Government ministers and the NHS ignored warnings about persistently high death rates in hospitals which could have claimed the lives of up to 20,000 patients, a top health adviser has said.
By the standards of your typical Government document it is mercifully short in length and remarkably free of jargon.
Complaints to the NHS about the failure of doctors, nurses or managers to admit mistakes or apologise when things go wrong have leapt by 50 per cent in a year. Almost four out of five were upheld.