Tracey Bignall, Senior Policy and Practice Officer at the Race Equality Foundation about racial disparities within maternal healthcare.
Dr Hina Shahid, GP and Chair of the Muslim Doctors Association, calls out the mistreatment of Muslim women in the UK and specifically in our medical workforce.
The NHS has committed to to become world's first net zero health service. Dr Nick Watts, Chief Sustainability of the NHS England\I and Dame Jackie Daniel, Chief Executive of the Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust discuss the challenges and priorities of the NHS’s pathway to net zero
Vaccines are only a solution to the disease so long as people decide to have them. There is increasing concern that the virus could persist in certain parts of the country where people are refusing to be vaccinated.
ICJ Editor Francesco Tamilia spoke with several infectious diseases experts to understand how climate change impacts the transmission of infectious diseases and what can be done to minimise and mitigate their impact on people’s health.
With current discussion around integrated care at a fever pitch, what does it actually mean for health and care delivery?
As Professor Terry Young writes, overcoming the obstacles facing ICS development will require a major rethink in how we deliver care.
Dr David Chung and Dr Hodon Abdi of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine speak to ICJ sister publication Hospital Times, dissecting the issue of racial inequalities in the health and care workforce from the perspective of emergency medicine.
Will the Government’s white paper reform provide the fuel for integration to permeate throughout the health and care sector? William Pett, Senior Policy Advisor, NHS Confederation writes for Integrated Care Journal.