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Newham launches permanent citizens' assembly

Newham LBC is launching the first permanent citizens' assembly in an effort to hand more power to people.

HMJ: Call to support staff wellbeing

A coalition of health and care organisations have warned more needs to be done to support the physical and emotional wellbeing of staff.

HMJ: Health MOTs to be offered alongside COVID-19 and flu jabs

People will be offered a health check when they have a top-up COVID vaccination or flu jab this autumn, under plans to save thousands of lives.

HMJ: Long COVID hubs for children

The NHS will invest an additional £100m to deliver specialist services for adults and children with long COVID.

HMJ: Unlocking the power of communities

Luca Tiratelli, senior policy researcher at New Local, argues the remedy for healthcare’s challenges is community power as it prevents problems from occurring in the first place

HMJ: Health check target met for those with a learning disability

Plans to ensure at least 75% of people aged 14 and over with a learning disability receive an annual NHS health check have been achieved two years ahead of target.

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Commission mulls over 1.25% audit fee increase

The Audit Commission has proposed increasing its audit fees by an above-inflation 1.25% this year, just days after its chief executive urged public bodies to exercise ‘severe’ financial restraint.

County steps in to advise over NHS complaints

Court rulings fail to stop authorities making cuts

Councils have been able to press ahead with budget cuts, despite successful legal challenges two high-profile cases have highlighted.