Parliament may have been in recess over the last couple of weeks, but the debate over the future form and function of the National Health Service has certainly not been put on pause. With the Scottish Parliament elections around the corner, this week Nicola Sturgeon set out her vision for a “full-scale, post-pandemic remobilisation of the NHS”, should the SNP be re-elected. The other main parties in Scotland have also put their own proposals for NHS reform at the top of their election pledges, with Scottish Labour pledging mental health staff for all GP clinics.
The Whitehouse Consultancy’s respected health policy team has published the next fortnightly update capturing recent activity and discussions on NHS reform, and looking ahead to upcoming parliamentary and stakeholder events on the future of the NHS.
This week’s report can be found here.
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