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Extra £336m for facilities and equipment

Extra £336m for facilities and equipment  » 

A NUMBER OF trusts are to share in £336m of extra funding for equipment and facilities. The money will be spent on new operating theatres, A&E departments and other services along with CT scanners and ultrasound equipment.

More active role planned for school nurses

More active role planned for school nurses  » 

YOUNG PEOPLE could soon be texting their school nurses for appointments in a new drive to improve health in schools.

Pancreatic cancer survival rates unchanged

Pancreatic cancer survival rates unchanged  » 

WHILST there has been a significant improvement in cancer survival for most cancers over the past forty years, there has been no improvement at all for pancreatic cancer. According to a new study by Macmillan, this remains the worst performing cancer with a median survival rate well under one year.

Waiting times and infection rates on track

Waiting times and infection rates on track  » 

DESPITE the financial pressures it is facing, NHS performance is continuing to hold up, according to the latest quarterly monitoring report from the King’s Fund. Key indicators for waiting times and infection rates remain on track, although national statistics do mask significant variation in performance between hospitals.

Women under-represented in NHS leadership

Women under-represented in NHS leadership  » 

WOMEN have made up the majority of medical school entrants (on average 60%) for more than two decades, however relatively few achieve leadership positions at board level. This is now mirrored in the emerging Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), according to the NHS Leadership Academy, which believes that the gender gap poses a risk to successful implementation of NHS reforms.

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