• UK strategy for rare diseases: implementation plan for England

    1 February 2018

    This implementation plan sets out the actions that the Department of Health and Social Care and partner organisations will take to implement the commitments under the 2013 UK strategy for rare diseases. The accompanying glossary defines commonly used terms in the field of rare diseases.

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  • Tool for local authorities to improve sexual and reproductive health

    31 January 2018

    Public Health England has published a step-by-step guide for local authorities on how to use the spend and outcome tool (SPOT) to compare spend and outcome data on sexual and reproductive health.

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  • Against the odds: successfully scaling innovation in the NHS

    31 January 2018

    A report from the Innovation Unit and the Health Foundation calls for new approaches to scaling tried and tested health care innovations. It highlights the need to create the right conditions to spread these successfully across the NHS and identifies a shortlist of ten innovations that have successfully spread across the NHS in recent years.

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  • Naylor review: government response

    31 January 2018

    The government has published its response to Sir Robert Naylor’s review of NHS property and estates.

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  • Secrets of making a happy marriage in general practice

    30 January 2018

    Many divorced couples could doubtless attest to the old adage, ‘marry in haste, repent at leisure’.

    While many GP practices might feel that policy drivers and resource pressures create an environment similar to that of the shotgun weddings of old, effective and sustainable collaboration with other practices is based on trust rather than a panic response to current pressures.

    That’s a message that Ross Clark, a partner with law firm Hempsons, will emphasise at a series of PCC events on practice collaboration starting in Manchester on Wednesday.

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