• New Feature

    Were you unable to attend the APHG's joint seminar with Public Health England "Health Inequalities, E-Cigarettes and Sugar" ?

    The All-Party Parliamentary Health Group has now published a full transcript of the event. 

    The high-level event took place on 3rd November 2015. It was a great success, with contributions from some of the most senior voices in health, including Jane Ellison, Public Health Minister and Duncan Selbie, CEO, Public Health England. 

     

    For a full transcription of the meeting please click here.

     

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  • New Feature

    The Autumn Spending Review - Key Decisions for Health

     

    Yesterday (25th November 2015), George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, announced his spending plans for the nation in the Autumn Spending Review. The APHG has summarised the key spending decisions relating to health and social care.

    To watch George Osborne's full speech or read the report itself please click below. 

     

     

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  • New Feature

    Essay Collection Launch: Health Policy Priorities for a New Parliament

    Some of the key figures in the health world have put pen to paper to outline their ‘wish’ list for the NHS and social care over the next Parliament. Their thoughts are contained in a joint essay collection being launched in Parliament today by the All-Party Parliamentary Health Group (APHG) and The King’s Fund, “Health Policy Priorities for a New Parliament.” Lord David Prior, Under Secretary of State for NHS Productivity is speaking at the launch.

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  • New Feature

    Our Evidence and Value-Based Medicine Event Summary is now published

    The All-Party Parliamentary Health Group and Cochrane UK held an event entitled "Evidence and Value-Based Medicine: Delivering the best care for patients and the best value for the NHS", which took place on 17th November.

    It provided attendees with an understanding of evidence and value-based medicine and the opportunity to hear specialist views from well-known names in the field such as Sir Muir Gray, Professor Neal Maskrey, and Professor Martin Burton.

    We have published a summary of the event here.

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  • New Feature

    NHS Workforce Planning Event Transcription

    On the 10th November 2015, the All-Party Parliamentary Health Group held an event on Planning the NHS Workforce: Getting the Skills Balance We Need. 

    The seminar had contributions from Professor Ian Cumming, Chief Executive of Health Education England; Dr Mark Porter, Chair, BMA Council; Howard Catton, Head of Policy and International Affairs at the Royal College of Nursing; and Natalie Beswetherick, Director of the Practice and Development Directorate at the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

    You can read a full transcription of the proceedings here

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The All-Party Parliamentary Health Group (APHG) is an all-party forum dedicated to disseminating knowledge, generating debate and facilitating engagement on health issues amongst Members of Parliament.