How can we bridge the gap between health and technology companies and the NHS? Professor Terry Young and Jacqueline Mallender ask what barriers need to be overcome to facilitate transformation in healthcare.
“My dream is to create a world where everyone feels safe enough to have the conversations that matter with the people that matter to them.” These are the words of Gwen Yi Wong, One Young World Ambassador and Founder of Tribeless, an empathy training company, who spoke to Dan Male, Editor-in-Chief
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak addressed the diplomatic community at Public Policy Projects International Hub at Conservative Party Conference, outlining his priorities for the UK beyond Brexit, promoting free trade, financial services and research and development investment.
Speaking at the Public Policy Projects Health and Social Care Hub Fringe at Conservative Party Conference, Health and Care Secretary Matt Hancock sought to reassure the public that he will only allow a vaccine to be approved for use once it is safe.
The daily struggle to balance the personal with the professional, the despair with the optimism, and the reality with the hopes for the future is the message being received from carers on the frontline writes Daniel Casson, Digital Advisor to Care England.
The Health and Care Secretary's announcement establishing the National Institute for Health Protection (NIHP), which will replace Public Health England, has come under fire. So, what do the experts think?
Ben Howlett, Managing Director of Public Policy Projects, outlines the massive impact the pandemic has had upon oncology services and direct cancer outcomes.
The Rt Hon The Lord Mayor of The City of London, Alderman William Russell, HM Marshal of The Diplomatic Corps, Alistair Harrison CMG CVO and UN Under-Secretary-General, Inger Andersen open the first of a global event series for the diplomatic community: The World Economic Series