Twenty areas across England are to receive funding to provide more support for pregnant women and new mothers with severe mental health problems.
It should be compulsory for NHS staff to identify and support carers, Carers UK has said in a new report highlighting the risks to carers who do not self-identify as such.
Julie Cunningham is the Routes Healthcare Business Development Manager and has been with us for a couple of months.
Patients in England will see rising waiting times, rationing and cuts in the number of staff unless the NHS gets more money, health bosses say.
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