Phil Banfield says doctor wellbeing needs to inform advice given on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Mae the welsh agenda yn gylchgrawn Saesneg sydd yn cael ei hariannu gan Gyngor Llyfrau Cymru. Mae erthyglau’r cylchgrawn yn Saesneg ond mae’r tudalennau am waith y Sefydliad Materion Cymraeg ar gael yn ddwyieithog.
Real-life Corrie: Cancer and pregnancy
NHS Wales needs to adapt to the unique challenges of cancer and pregnancy, write Lisa Whittaker and Pete Wallroth
Wasting our breath on emergency care?
Joseph Carter argues for a shift in spending from emergency care and high-cost treatment to a focus on locally delivered interventions for respiratory care.
We risk falling further behind if we don’t address the NHS workforce deficit
Wales is one of the worst performers when it comes to cancer survival and only investment in our diagnostic workforce can improve things, writes Andy Glyde
A National Care Service is long overdue
Our part-public, part-private, part-charitable social care system is delivering an inefficient and unjust service. It’s time to finish Aneurin Bevan’s work, argues Helen Mary Jones
End of life care relies on properly supported community nurses
Andrew Wilson-Mouasher says that supporting community care staff is essential for ensuring people at the end of their lives receive the best care possible
Billions have been spent on mental health, and we don’t even know if it works
The Welsh Government has thrown money at our mental health crisis without measuring the outcomes. Helen Mary Jones writes that a new report shows it’s time to evaluate – not just hope for the best
The Welsh NHS needs the magic money tree
Jane Dodds MP sets out her early campaign priorities for the NHS
Why we need to call time on the outdated benefits system for terminally ill people
Simon Jones argues that the recently announced review into the current benefits system for terminally ill people must lead to swift action