Our website uses cookies to improve your experience. Click here to see our Cookie Policy.

X

News archive

November 2018 September 2018 July 2018 May 2018 March 2018

Product bulletin archive

9 January 2019 12 December 2018 14 November 2018 17 October 2018 19 September 2018
hdm magazine digital edition - November 2018

Media information

hdm media pack download total audience coverage

mental health and dementia facilities magazine (mhdf)

mental health and dementia facilities magazine (mhdf)

Total Audience Coverage

Total Audience Coverage

Our T.A.C packages offer maximum coverage with
on-the-page advertising,
stand-alone e-mail broadcasts, monthly bulletins and web site promotions.

SEE ALSO

healthcare buildings forum

healthcare buildings forum

 

mental health & dementia facilities forum

mental health & dementia
facilities forum

News archive - September/October 2011

Further £5bn may be needed to rescue trusts, says report

Further £5bn may be needed to rescue trusts, says report  » 

UP TO 40 hospitals could fail by 2013 without radical reform of their working practices, according to a report from the think tank Reform by Professor Paul Corrigan, a former health adviser to Tony Blair.

£800m fund for healthcare research and development

£800m fund for healthcare research and development  » 

A NEW £800M fund is set to boost the research and development of ground breaking medicines, treatments and care for patients.

Handover imminent for Caerphilly hospital

Handover imminent for Caerphilly hospital  » 

CONTRACTOR BAM hands over the new £172m Ysbyty Ystrad Fawr (Caerphilly Local General Hospital) to the Aneurin Bevan Health Board this month.

‘Hard decisions’ taken on north London hospitals  » 

PROPOSALS for clinical changes at Barnet and Chase Farm hospitals have been approved by the Government, bringing to an end years of controversy about their future.

Cutting NHS red tape could save £10m

Cutting NHS red tape could save £10m  » 

CUTTING unnecessary data collections across the NHS could save millions by releasing administrative and clerical resources to better support front line patient care, says the Department of Health.

ADVERTISE HERE

To advertise in this space, click here to email Leslie de Hoog