Scotland’s chief pharmaceutical officer Professor Rose Marie Parr stands down today after five years as the profession’s leader in the Scottish government.
Edinburgh residents are the first in Scotland to use new vaccine drive-through centres set up across the city.
Scotland’s health and social care sector will receive £1.1 billion in additional funding to support its work through COVID-19 pressures.
Dr Andrew Buist, chair of the British Medical Association’s Scottish GPs committee, said there was a “desperate need” for a more joined-up approach.
The restarting of pain management services in Scotland should be an “essential” part of remobilising the NHS after covid, according to new guidance.
The leader of Scotland’s largest nursing union has announced her retiral early next year.
An unprecedented response from the public has left one Scottish health board unable to cope with the demand for flu vaccinations.
A charity has warned an ambitious redesign is needed for mental health services in Scotland following covid or “lives will be at risk”.
The First Minister says reducing people’s freedom to socialise is a trade-off to allow more care home visiting.
The experiences of cancer patients in Scotland include difficulties getting diagnosed and stressful waits and delays, a new report has found.