This section details AfPP's latest news and appearances in the health media.
Plans published will prohibit discrimination against whistleblowers when they apply for jobs with NHS employers. The plans also strengthen the legal recourse whistleblowers can access if they believe they have been discriminated against because they appear to have blown the whistle - with appropriate remedies if their complaint is upheld.
The body, NHS England confirmed that letters have been sent to patients who have had open heart surgery on the NHS as “precautionary step” to warn patients to what it described as a “low risk” of infection caused by mycobacterium chimaera.
24 March 2017 FREE places at The Operating Theatre Summit
The Operating Theatre Summit and Exhibition 2017 boasts a variety of outstanding speakers from across public, private and charity sectors. Places are FREE.
Plans by Jeremy Hunt to increase the quantity of home-grown doctors could see them being be required to work for the NHS for at least five years after finishing their training.
28 February 2017 Limited funding available to attend the Trauma Care Conference
Your chance to attend the AfPP Perioperative Stream at the upcoming Trauma Care Conference on the 15 March 2017.
27 February 2017 Expected closures of NHS Services
A study by iTeam has exposed plans to downgrade or close certain NHS hospitals across England.
22 February 2017 EORNA Programme Preview