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NHS England » Blog authors
(Just Now) His health career began as an Information Systems Manager at a hospital in Manchester, and has since progressed through various pre-sales, project and programme management roles. In 2008, he was a medallist at the prestigious British Computer Society Project Manager of the Year Awards for his work in the Lorenzo Release 1 Project.
NHS England » Board members
(5 days ago) Ian was Director of the NHS Group and Head of Policy Profession for the Department of Health. In 2005/06 Ian was the Prime Minister’s senior adviser on the NHS. Ian is currently an Adjunct Professor at the Institute of Global Health Innovation, Imperial College, London.
NHS England » Community health services
(3 days ago) Community health teams play a vital role is supporting people with complex health and care needs to live independently in their own home for as long as possible. Services also include health promotion services such as school nursing and health visiting services. Many services involve partnership working across health and social care teams, made
Statistics » COVID-19 Daily Deaths
(3 days ago) Some information on the different methodologies used to report on COVID-19 deaths by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has been made available by the the ONS and can be accessed via the link below:
NHS Health and Wellbeing Strategic Overview
(1 days ago) Health and wellbeing support has traditionally been focused on reducing sickness absence, particularly relating to mental and physical health. This framework has evolved to take account of the broader organisational and cultural factors that underpin an individual’s ability to bring their best self to work. Taking account of our
Male sexual problems
(4 days ago) Loss of sex drive. Loss of sex drive (also known as libido) is when a person has a reduced interest in sexual activity or sexual thoughts. Losing your sex drive is common. It can be linked to a number of factors, including relationship issues, stress, anxiety, some medical conditions and side effects of medication. Help is available.
NHS England » NHS health and wellbeing framework
(4 days ago) NHS health and wellbeing framework. This framework is a high-level culture change toolkit aimed at health and wellbeing staff, human resources (HR) and organisational development (OD) staff, HR and OD directors, wellbeing guardians, managers and leaders and anyone with an interest in health and wellbeing. It is made up of four documents:
Online health and prescription services
(6 days ago) Health services you can access online. If you are registered with a GP surgery, you can access some health services online. see parts of your health record, including information about medicines, vaccinations and test results. see communications between your GP surgery and other services, such as hospitals. book, check or cancel appointments
(1 days ago) Commissioning is the process of assessing needs, planning and prioritising, purchasing and monitoring health services, to get the best health outcomes. Who commissions NHS services? Services are commissioned by CCGs alongside NHS England and NHS Improvement on a local, regional and national basis.
NHS England » Public health
(8 days ago) Health information – for example, we may collect information about your physical health, mental wellbeing, symptoms and medical diagnoses, and health risk factors such as your height and weight, whether you smoke and what your occupation is
Health Protection Department
(2 days ago) Health Protection is one of the responsibilities of NHS Highland, and it encompasses protecting the population from the threats to health from the external environment. There is particular emphasis on protection from infectious diseases, which have been a threat to people’s survival, health and well-being since human life began. Many factors
Benefits of exercise
(3 days ago) Benefits of exercise. Step right up! It's the miracle cure we've all been waiting for. It can reduce your risk of major illnesses, such as coronary heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and cancer and lower your risk of early death by up to 30%. It's free, easy to take, has an immediate effect and you don't need a GP to get some.
5 steps to mental wellbeing
(2 days ago) The mental health charity Mind also offer information about the 5 ways to wellbeing. More in Guides, tools and activities. 10 stress busters Depression and anxiety self-assessment quiz Mental wellbeing audio guides Exercise for depression 5 steps to mental wellbeing
NHS England » The Health Inequalities Improvement Dashboard
(2 days ago) The Health Inequalities Improvement Dashboard builds on our learning from the COVID-19 pandemic around the importance of good quality data to provide insights to drive improvements in tackling health inequalities. Whilst several individual tools exist, the Health Inequalities Improvement Dashboard provides key strategic indicators relating to
NHS England » Mental health
(1 days ago) We aim to transform mental health services by 2020, with an ambition of putting mental health on an equal footing to physical health. NHS-led Provider Collaboratives. Supporting the delivery of new ways of working across mental health NHS trusts within local areas to improve specialised mental health services.
Are you ready for sex
(5 days ago) Visit your local doctor, community contraceptive clinic, sexual health clinic, or young persons' clinic. Call the national sexual health helpline on 0300 123 7123 for details. Find your local sexual health services. Using condoms. You need to use condoms to reduce the risk of catching an STI, including HIV, whoever you're having sex with.
Specialist Mental Health Practitioner for Primary Care
(4 days ago) Mental Health Practitioner for Primary Care Networks (PCN) Full and part time posts in East Berkshire . This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in the development and shaping of a major new and innovative approach to providing mental health care within the community, working closely with all relevant providers within the individual’s local community network.
NHS England » Children and young people
(5 days ago) Home; Mental health; Children and young people; Children and young people. The NHS Long Term Plan sets out the priorities for expanding Children and Young People’s Mental Health Services (CYPMHS) over the next 10 years. It aims to widen access to services closer to home, reduce unnecessary delays, and deliver specialist mental health care which is based on a …
Why we should sit less
(3 days ago) To reduce our risk of ill health from inactivity, we are advised to exercise regularly, at least 150 minutes a week, and reduce sitting time. Studies have linked being inactive with being overweight and obese, type 2 diabetes, some types of cancer, and early death. Sitting for long periods is thought to slow the metabolism, which affects the
Walking for health
(7 days ago) Ramblers organises group walks for health, leisure and as a means of getting around for people of all ages, backgrounds and levels of fitness. Its website has details of many locally organised walks in towns and cities, as well as the countryside. Page last reviewed: 10 July 2019 Next review due: 10 July 2022
NHS England » Who can use the framework
(3 days ago) The Health Systems Support Framework can be used by NHS Trusts and other care providers, GP, Primary Care and Community Providers, Local Authorities, Integrated Care Systems (ICS) and Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs), Clinical Commissioning Groups and a wide range of public
NHS England » Cancer
(4 days ago) Cally Palmer, NHS England’s National Cancer Director shares her thoughts on the NHS Long Term Plan and what it means for cancer. Cally gives an overview of cancer screening programmes, the new 28-day faster diagnosis standard and the care and treatment options available. Cally also talks about the Targeted Lung Health Checks programme, one of
NHS England » Children and Adolescent Mental Health
(Just Now) Children and young people with mental health problems, their families and carers want timely access to evidence-based, high quality care, in the right setting. They have made it clear that more services should be provided in the community and that, where an inpatient stay is required, it …
NHS England » Maternal mental health services
(3 days ago) The Perinatal Mental Health Programme and Maternity Transformation Programme will work in partnership to deliver this ambition. In July 2020, NHS England and NHS Improvement launched a call for proposals, making £11.3 million per year available for the development and testing of maternal mental health services during 2020/21 and 2021/22.
NHS England » 24/7 urgent mental health helplines
(9 days ago) At the start of the pandemic, within a week, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMMH) set up a 24/7, all-ages helpline, staffed by experienced mental health practitioners from a range of services, many of whom were shielding themselves but supported to work from home. In their first ten days, over 1,500 calls were received
NHS England » About AHPs
(7 days ago) The Allied Health Professions (AHPs) are the third largest workforce in the NHS. In the main they are degree level professions, and are professionally autonomous practitioners. 13 of the 14 AHPs are regulated by the Health and Care Professions …
Health and Wellbeing NHS Professionals
(7 days ago) Welcome to your health and wellbeing hub. We understand that while working in the NHS is very rewarding; it can at times be demanding which is why the health and wellbeing of our bank members is very important to us. Reports of NHS staff suffering with Mental Health is 46% higher than the average for all sectors. We hope this Hub will provide
Garnet Health Medical Center Garnet Health
(7 days ago) Garnet Health Medical Center, formerly known as Orange Regional Medical Center, is a 501 (c) (3), non-profit organization. Formed by the merger of Arden Hill Hospital and Horton Medical Center, Garnet Health Medical Center moved the two campuses into a single-site, new, state-of-the-art facility on August 5, 2011.