NHS England Board meeting – 28 September 2017
The next NHS England Board meeting will take place on 28 September 2017 from approximately 10.45am at Skipton House, 80 London Road, London, SE1 6LH.
If you would like to attend, please register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know if you have any specific requirements.
Please note that members of the public are welcome to attend meetings of the Board – which although being held in public, are not public meetings and as such there are no opportunities for the public to ask questions.
This meeting will be broadcast live as part of our commitment to make information as accessible as possible and will be available from our live stream page on the day of the meeting.
A separate recording of each agenda item will be published on YouTube a few days after the meeting.
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NHS targets super-sized chocolate bars in battle against obesity, diabetes and tooth-decay17/10/2017 11:15:00
Hospitals have been ordered to take super-size chocolate bars and “grab bags” of sugary snacks off of the shelves in the latest step of the NHS plan to fight obesity, diabetes and tooth-decay.
NHS leaders unveil action to boost flu vaccination and manage winter pressures13/10/2017 09:15:00
NHS England, Public Health England, the Department of Health and NHS Improvement yesterday reveiled measures to boost the uptake of flu vaccinations along with package of new contingency actions to respond to pressures on frontline services this winter.
Half of adults aged 55 and over have experienced common mental health problems, say Age UK06/10/2017 14:15:00
The charity is joining forces with NHS England to encourage older people to seek help and is calling on GPs to spot the warning signs.
New guidance for community pharmacies claiming quality payments03/10/2017 09:15:00
NHS England has issued new guidance for community pharmacies wishing to claim payments this year under the Quality Payments Scheme.
Home-testing kits that detect bowel cancer could almost halve invasive examinations by 202002/10/2017 12:15:00
A major NHS England funded study is expected to almost halve the number of invasive procedures by 2020 by improving the accuracy of home-testing kits that detect bowel cancer from invisible amounts of blood.