When James Dawson’s mother was diagnosed with dementia, he left his job and his home and moved in to care
New Office for National Statistics (ONS) data backs early University of Manchester study indicating the first national lockdown did not
Healthcare workers staged a protest over pay and privatisation in Piccadilly Gardens which was one of 40 protests around the
A survey of over 2,000 managers and employees conducted by a not-for-profit, private healthcare provider found that a third of
Manchester’s scientists and clinicians have formed a rapid response research group to find ways to save lives nationally and globally from coronavirus.
Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham was joined today by civic, health, and business leaders to speak about what measures will be taken to mitigate the impact of the escalating coronavirus pandemic on the city area’s health and the economy.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak launched Britain’s biggest spending spree in 65 years – while repeating the phrase ‘get it done’ what seemed like 65 times – as he spoke for just over 65 minutes in a far-reaching budget on Wednesday.
The three-year deal will see Mundipharma become City’s Official Healthcare Product Partner in Asia Pacific, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa.
Manchester campaigners took to the streets to march against cuts to NHS Bursaries, which could leave healthcare students with as much as £60,000 of debt.
Diabetes services in Manchester are thriving, while hundreds of patients in other regions are being denied vital information about how to cope with their lifelong disease.
Cuts to Manchester’s mental health services will ’cause more deaths’, warned a local patient support group as they lobbied outside the Town Hall yesterday.