Friday 5

Friday five: top stories of the week

Our final Friday five of 2017 sees the department of health gender pay gap, a baby born from a 24-year old embryo and the smoking ban in prison dominate the news. Department of Health releases report on gender pay gap A new report published by the Department of Health (DH) reveals that women working in…

Friday 5

Friday five: top health news stories of the week

This week the baby born with her heart outside of her chest, Sir Bob Kerslake’s resignation and the breakthrough in the Huntingdon’s disease have dominated the news. Baby survives being born with her heart outside of her chest Vanellope Hope Wilkins was born with her heart outside of her chest, and has astounded doctors to…

Friday 5

Friday five: top health news stories of the week

This week the drug shortages, hospital capacity and Ian Paterson have dominated the news. Drugs shortage affects patients as prices soar for the NHS Charities and MPs are calling on Ministers to limited the damage that drugs shortages are doing to the NHS’s finances, that in the last six months have cost £180 million. Over…

Friday 5

Friday five: our round-up of the five top health stories this week

This week the Junior doctors, baby deaths and child obesity have dominated the news. The Royal College of Nursing raises concerns over Agenda for Change The Royal College of Nursing has made warning comments to Jeremy Hunt this week, after the Health Secretary was interviewed by the Health Service Journal on the Agenda for Change…