In an exclusive interview with The Independent, Janet Davies, the chief executive of the Royal College of Nursing warns Theresa May that staff shortages leave the NHS on the brink of another Mid Staffs hospital scandal
Exclusive: The Royal College of Nursing is giving the Government a ‘final warning’
'We are planning to move back to France because my husband and I are emotional wrecks'
Exclusive: Rising number of GPs seeking help for addiction and mental health problems
There are many obstacles to bringing the power of 21st-century technology to the NHS. But that shouldn't stop us trying
'There shouldn't have to be these horrific events for us to be valued by the Government'
The Health Secretary has previously vetoed even the one per cent pay rise for NHS staff permitted within the seven year long public sectory pay freeze
Campaigners hail decision as 'exceptionally good news' for breast cancer patients
Healthcare, technology, media, telecoms and financial services sectors will be the worst hit, according to survey
Judges reject appeal from mother and daughter in narrow ruling with a three to two majority
Rising inflation and population growth 'to cause £330m funding shortfall in next three years'
“As we are finding out more I think it will help us to draw up dietary recommendations tailored to the needs of men and women,’ says dietician Helen Bond
Voters sent a clear message to Theresa May and Jeremy Hunt about their treatment of public services
There is room for improvement in any organisation, but from my recent experience of the health service, it really is all about the money
Extended waiting times, ward and service closures, and withdrawal of public funding for some treatments among proposals in new national savings drive
Frustrated with Theresa May’s ‘lies’ about the NHS, Rebekah Hodgson shared her personal experience of hospitals