'Time and again, the NHS finds that failing to train enough staff is its Achilles' heel'
The Health Secretary is under pressure: funding for the Tories’ election promise has yet to be finalised
Research suggests the drive to replaces nurses with less qualified staff should be reviewed
Regulator's chief executive says he has seen agency staff bid for the best pay for stand-in shifts
Mr Osborne scrapped public funding for students, in a move to create 10,000 extra training places
The Treasury is weighing up the cost-cutting proposal to scrap bursaries and replace them with loans
Doctors are trained to treat patients as 'arrangments of molecules' and not real people, some have said
Amy Cope said her salary would not cover the cost of childcare for her two children
A liver transplant patient turned up to her operation appointment at a German hospital with a bottle of vodka in her bag, a court has heard.
Witnesses say argument broke out when former policeman asked Chad Oulson to stop using his phone during trailers
Whistleblowers say hospices treat non-terminal patients to earn more from Medicare programme
A seven-year-old girl lost part of her finger in the attack by a shoal of the meat-eating fish
Alleged incident took place in HMP Peterborough after Nadine Wright was arrested for stealing food 'out of desperation'
Project aims to tackle dehydration among the elderly and vulnerable
55 per cent said they believed cuts had “significantly impacted on patient care and safety”.
One of the first police officers on the scene of the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby thought she was going to die when one of the killers charged towards her waving a machete, the Old Bailey heard today.