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HL: Genomics, technology and the future of healthcare

How do you fly a plane whilst changing the wings? This was the question posed by Professor Sir Mark Walport…

The power of technology to make lives better

It was a packed house at One Great George Street on Monday morning as Health Secretary Matt Hancock kicked off…

Can technology and AI revolutionise the NHS?

The annual Spectator Health Summit, chaired by Alastair Stewart, is a unique opportunity for health and care leaders to examine the priorities of the NHS, the role of AI and technology and how best to allocate the budget that will determine the health service’s direction for the next decade.

Rachel Power, Chief Executive, Patients Association

Patients identify ways to address inefficiencies in cancer care

The multi-stakeholder, international initiative, All.Can announced the UK results from its global patient survey on inefficiencies in cancer care at the Britain Against Cancer conference. Rachel Power, Chief Executive of the Patients Association, and Chair of All.Can UK, explores the findings from the survey, and the implications for cancer care in the UK.

The patient advocate

Miriam Rivas-Aguilar is the chief operating officer OF Patient Opinion

The campaigner

Felicity Allman is a spokeswoman on mental health issues

Did you know?

NHS England deals with more than 1 million patients every 36 hours, from repeat prescriptions and routine screening to accident…

The nurse

Helen Donovan is professional lead for public health nursing at the Royal College of Nursing

After decades of seemingly perpetual crisis, can the NHS survive?

We talk to health professionals and campaigners about the furture of the health service

The lecturer

Dr Adam Greenstein is a senior clinical lecturer in cardiovascular medicine at the University of Manchester

Health of the nation

How well does the average British family eat?