Read the journal’s professional features, analysis, clinical updates and practice-related articles.

NHS: access for all?

Could privatisation spell disaster for the principles of the NHS, or open up possibilities of more effective partnerships? Award-winning health journalist Danny Buckland reports.

Technology Friend or Foe

Technology: friend or foe?

The ever-changing digital world can save businesses money and time, so why should healthcare be left behind? Or is the picture more complex than that? Award-winning health journalist Danny Buckland reports.

Global Staff

Under the lens: staffing and Brexit

From staff attrition and visa issues to lack of funding and an ageing population – these are some of the issues affecting the service that dedicated healthcare professionals can provide. So what’s going on? Award-winning health journalist Danny Buckland reports.

NHS at 70

The NHS at 70. How will it survive the next 70 years?

Award-winning health journalist Danny Buckland examines the key areas that will shape the future of health in the UK.

Preconception

Targeting healthy pregnancies

Journalist Helen Bird looks at the gap in preconception health support and knowledge, and considers a three-part solution.

Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding: what's blocking the message?

What’s being done (and what can be done) to improve low breastfeeding rates around the UK? Journalist Radhika Holmström investigates.

Parental leave: sharing the load

Julia Waltham of Working Families, the UK’s leading work-life balance organisation, takes us through Shared Parental Leave, and how you can help improve uptake.

A focus on Buddhism

Continuing our series on how religion and culture can impact on practice, Dr Caroline Starkey looks at Buddhism.

Transforming Blackpool's health-visiting model

Children in Blackpool are in need of extra support. Health visitors Sarah Keighley and Vicky Barkworth describe how they worked with Blackpool Better Start to transform the town’s health-visiting model.

OCD: the unwelcome takeover

There is far more to obsessive compulsive disorder than straightening ornaments and checking light switches. Thankfully, awareness is growing. Journalist Georgina Wintersgill reports.

The only way is up: the poverty trap

Successive governments have promised a fairer society and greater equality of opportunity, yet research continues to show a decline in social mobility in the UK. Journalist Juliette Astrup asks if is it harder than ever to escape the poverty trap.

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