More work is needed to develop the health service's most precious resource.
Mentally ill patients forced to travel hundreds of miles for treatment, forcible sectioning in order to get beds and medical students begging for greater teaching on psychiatry: we're not getting it right
As the Ebola crisis in West Africa has shown, the conflict between society's best interests and a patient's own wishes can often be controversial.
The former home secretary on trouble in A&E – plus the triumph of all-women shortlists and the joys of summer caravanning.
Our understanding of placebo-based treatments suggests that alternative medicine could benefit patients. But the impact on medical ethics could lead to unintended consequences.
Labour stands to gain if the crisis in the health service becomes one of the major election themes.
Our understanding of empathy is pretty limited, but many figures are calling for change. Corporate culture is beginning to recognise the need to put yourself in someone else's shoes.
Between 10 and 30 per cent of British university students have taken pills such as Modafinil and Ritalin to improve their memory and heighten their concentration.
A Stanford study has found that those who hallucinate voices are influenced by the culture they live in, with differences in mood and tone depending upon where in the world they live.
The emergency action is a damning indictment of the pressures the government has created on the frontline.
Health Secretary agrees to look at Labour MP's plan to raise National Insurance to fund higher spending.