NHS England has been mentioned more than a hundred times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'CNT' where it has more than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, NHS England had the highest popularity figure in November, 2016.

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Global Digital Exemplar: University Hospitals Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

[...] In September 2016, NHS England named 12 Trusts as Global Digital Exemplars. These Trusts, identified as the most advanced in [...]


Town Council debates future of Weston-super-Mare

[...] GP provision facing the town. Following a motion to Council, Councillors resolved to write to NHS England to demand a plan of action. ENDS For further information please contact Tricia Brabham, [...]


Trump Dissaster For America

[...] dead CP – Common Purpose plans for the last 20 years is now dead for at least 5 years and NHS England wont be privitised just run into the ground instead. International Scotland is rarely [...]


Should the NHS Ban Sugary Drinks in Hospitals?

[...] we preach”. Mr Stevens committed to improve the health of NHS England’s workforce. 700,000 NHS staff overweight or obese A recent survey found obesity to be the most [...]


Join Us At The NHSCC National Members’ Event

[...] the difficult commissioning decisions locally that will allow this to happen. Simon Stevens, NHS England Chief Executive will be attending as a keynote speaker. There is a networking dinner and drinks [...]


HIV drug row: A very modern dilemma for the NHS – BBC News

[...] the mix along with a host of other new treatments the NHS is being asked to fund this year. NHS England considered 22 new treatments and services that required additional funding on cost and [...]

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What Effect Will Reduced NHS Funding Have on Migrainers?

[...] work on devices and equipment resulting in “rolling out high value innovations”.  NHS England says that whilst maintaining the testing standards of safety required for approval “ [...]


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