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The proportion of NHS doctors who are women has grown every year since 2009, analysis of NHS workforce statistics by NHS Digital for International Women's Day shows.
New official figures published today provide experimental statistics on female genital mutilation (FGM) in England, from October 2017 to December 2017.
A Mail On Sunday article (published Sunday March 4) wrongly suggested that NHS Digital is falsely inflating the number of British FGM victims by including newborn babies in its data.
NHS Digital's Director of Data Science, Professor Daniel Ray, has been named in the 2018 dataIQ 100 list.
A team from NHS Digital's Digital Delivery Centre (DDC) has won Splunk's public sector 'Boss of the SOC' awards in an event that saw eight teams from across government in England take part.
The number of Full Time Equivalent (FTE) staff working in the NHS in England has increased by 1.5 per cent (17,900) since 2016, according to figures released by NHS Digital today.
Just under half of all referrals that completed psychological therapy in 2016-17 recovered, new report showsTuesday 27 February 2018
Just under half (49.3 per cent) of those referrals finishing treatment for anxiety and depression in 2016-17 recovered, according to official statistics published today by NHS Digital.
NHS Digital and techUK have outlined their view on the future challenges they need to tackle to take their partnership to the next level.
Developers are being invited to submit applications as the NHS Apps Library continues to grow.
NHS staff will be able to communicate with each other through better integrated systems, thanks to new plans announced by NHS Digital.
Representatives from Sweden's key health organisations visited NHS Digital this week to share knowledge and experience of the apps and digital healthcare landscape.
New NHS Digital data show that the hospital admissions2 for drug-related mental and behavioural disorders dropped by 12 per cent in a year, from 8,621 in 2015/16 to 7,545 in 2016/17. Admissions are still 12 per cent higher than 2006/07 when they totalled 6,743.
NHS Digital has today published the latest information on the number of adult social care staff who work for local authorities in England.
We've been listening to the research community at a series of roadshows across the country.
NHS Digital has welcomed our first ever PhD student placement, Naomi Holman. Naomi is from Glasgow University and is working with our Diabetes Audit Analysis team at our Leeds head office.
NHS Digital Senior Project Manager Marta Raper has won the Editor's Choice category at the Women in IT Awards held in London.
The proportion of women aged 50-70 taking up routine breast screening invitations fell to 71.1 per cent in 2016-17 down from 72.1 per cent in 2015-16 and 73.6 per cent in 2006-07. It is at the lowest rate over the 10 year period.
98 per cent of social workers cited at least one difficulty with sharing information digitally, in research commissioned by NHS Digital.
NHS Digital has entered a new deal with Microsoft that supports health and care organisations in protecting their IT infrastructure against cyber threats.
A Statement from NHS Digital on the misrepresentation of our vacancy statistics in some media reportsWednesday 24 January 2018
A number of media reports on our vacancy statistics data published on 23 January have unintentionally misrepresented our data. It is not possible to use our data to draw any conclusions on the number of appointments as a proportion of advertisements raised. This is because our information is based on the secondary use of administrative data related to job advertisements within NHS Jobs. The appointments data is often not completed, as individual organisations will have alternative means of managing appointments information locally.
National guidance has been published today, setting clear expectations for health and care organisations who want to use cloud services or data offshoring to store patient information.
In light of the think-tank Reform's report into the use of Artificial Intelligence in health care, NHS Digital's Director of Data, Professor Daniel Ray, commented on the paper's recommendations about the need to get data right in order to progress the use of artificial intelligence in health care.
NHS Digital staff have been shortlisted in for the Women in IT Awards 2018.
NHS Digital's Programme Director for Apps and Wearables has welcomed the announcement from the Department of Health that the CQC will be given the power to rate digital GP tools.
The first ever Research Innovation Workshop led by NHS Digital took place last month. It was attended by members of the research community including senior research leaders, PhD students and university fellows.