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The government has tabled a new offer to increase consultants’ pay and restructure their contract in an attempt to end doctors’ strike action.
An additional 153 trainee doctor posts are to be created next year in Scotland – a 2.3% increase on the current whole-time equivalent workforce of 6,570 trainees.
NHS England has issued a guidance document on how it will administer education and training tariff payments to placement providers in 2023/24.
A report published by the Royal College of Emergency Medicine highlights lessons that must be learned from the emergency care crisis in 2022, concluding ‘too many patients are in the wrong place for their needs’.
New health and social care secretary Victoria Atkins was encouraged this week to focus on seven ways in which she can make a difference over the next year.
Three quarters of NHS trust leaders expect to end 2023/24 in a worse financial position than last year, according to a survey by NHS Providers.
Rising numbers of doctors are moving away from the traditional postgraduate training model and choosing increased flexibility and less linear career pathways, according to the General Medical Council.
More than £1bn of the £1.7bn committed to reforming the adult social care system in December 2021 has been diverted to other care priorities.
Healthcare staff delivering NHS services in non-NHS organisations will now receive one-off payments awarded to NHS staff as part of pay deal.