The news that most of us are not planning to increase our workload should come as no surprise, not least because of our ageing workforce, pension changes and lack of financial growth over the past five years.
A new survey on loneliness by The Co-operative Group makes the observation that talking about loneliness nowadays has the same taboo that mental illness once had.
Effectively involving patients, carers and citizens in the development of services can help ensure solutions are more effective and sustainable, which is why co-production is increasingly being used to support service redesign.
Despite all the recent media coverage about spiraling hospital debt, the greatest pressure on NHS services remains with GPs.
I like the Germans. Really, I do. And it's not just because they are leading the way on handling the refugees from Syria.
For the first time in England, optical practices are now delivering free health and lifestyle checks in a groundbreaking initiative launched this month.
Few people would contest that the rolling out of personal budgets in the area of mental health is a radical change to the usual funding mechanisms.