The Care in the Community concept dominated the 1980s.
Gerry Northam asks if some major IT projects could be scrapped by a new government.
Care Crisis: Can the NHS afford long-term community nursing care for the old and the sick?
Dr Margaret McCartney tells the story of general practice from 1750 to the start of NHS.
Dr Margaret McCartney tells the story of general practice from the 50s to the present day.
Simon Cox investigates new funding plans for life-threatening cancer treatments.
The NHS has never had enough money. How have health ministers dealt with it?
Simon Cox asks why people are being turned away by the NHS patient complaints watchdog.
From cleaning bedpans to treating broken bones: how nursing in the NHS has changed.
The series which traces decisive moments in the history of the NHS.
When MRSA and other hospital bugs hit the headlines, the NHS had to clean up its act.
A baby died, wards were closed and nurses went on strike. An NHS crisis in the 1980s.
How will the new Cancer Drugs Fund cope with the challenges of rising cost and demand?
The Health Protection Agency at Porton Down looks out for new and dangerous pathogens.
How the NHS responded to a new fatal disease, Aids, in the 1980s.
Breast screening highlighted the issue of over-diagnosis and over-treatment in the NHS.
Barbara Myers examines the health trainers initiative.