AACE welcomes positive MIND report about mental health conversations in ambulance services

Research from Mind reveals that emergency services staff and volunteers are over twice as likely to say that their service encouraged them to talk about their mental health, compared to four years ago….

UK Ambulance Service stands firm in solidarity with New Zealand counterparts

Delegates at the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives’ Annual Conference gathered together this morning (19th March 2019) to form a human ‘NZ’ …

North East emergency services win national award for terror training exercise

North East Ambulance Service (NEAS), Northumbria Police, Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service (TWFRS) were recognised last week at the Counter Terror Awards for their emergency training exercise, which tested how the area’s services would respond …

SECAmb welcomes improved staff survey results

South East Coast Ambulance Service is pleased to see improvements across all areas in its results from the annual NHS Staff Survey published today, (26 February).

Brexit: the implications for health and social care

Brexit has major implications for health and social care. Here, the King’s Fund look at some of the latest developments that could impact the health and care system in England…