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Breathing life into the Sonnet report

Kathy Oxtoby looks at the Sonnet report’s recommendations for the development of general practice

Health and social care: the state we are in

The CQC’s latest report makes for ‘extremely difficult reading’ as an overview of health care. Amanda Halliwell summarises its main findings

Quality of care has significantly declined

Only 61.8% of NHS nurses and midwives said they would be happy with the standard of care provided by their organisation if a friend or relative needed treatment, the NHS Staff Survey has revealed

New dashboard launched to help reduce CO2 emissions from inhalers

The new ‘Respiratory- Carbon Impact Dashboard’ by the NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) contains easy to understand data for prescribers to reduce the high carbon impact of inhalers.

New weight-loss drug set to be available on NHS prescription for those eligible

Semaglutide can help a person reduce their weight by more than 10% when used alongside a reduced-calorie deficit diet and increased physical activity.

NHS programme prevents thousands from developing type 2 diabetes research reveals

The analysis by University of Manchester researchers showed that the risk of diabetes progression was 20% lower in people with pre-diabetes referred to the NHS programme.

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