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Mo Hafeez, from Lancashire, is full-time parent carer for his adult son, Nav. In this guest post, he reflects on managing Nav’s nutritional health. Read more
Having a a medical condition or illness can put some people at risk of disease-related malnutrition. Symptoms include losing weight without trying, feeling weak or lacking in energy. We've developed resources that explain more about this health problem and what you can do to better manage your nutritional health. Read more
NHS waiting lists are at record numbers. Here are our recommendations about how best to support the millions of patients waiting for care and treatment. Read more
The theme of this year's World Patient Safety Day is maternal and newborns safety. The UK is a safe place to give birth, but there are variations in quality and safety across the country for mums to be. Read more
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The possibility of lifting all COVID-19 restrictions on 19 July is of profound concern to us. Read why. Read more
Read our 2020 annual review to find out how the pandemic changed our working habits but didn't stop our work. Read more
Our AGM for 2021 was on 1st July. Read more