NHS reforms

The Academy monitored the developments of the Health and Social Care Bill as it passed through Parliament, including the reforms to education and training of the healthcare workforce.

The Health and Social Care Act 2012 set out reforms to the health and public health service in England that came into place in April 2013. The Act introduced, for the first time, a duty to promote research throughout all levels of the reformed NHS - from the Secretary of State to commissioners.

From publication of an initial white paper in 2010 unril the Act gained Royal Assent in March 2012, the Academy monitored developments as the Health and Social Care Bill passed through Parliament. We also responded to reforms to education and training of the healthcare workforce.

 

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