Patients become health consumers in digital age

Tweets and posts can hold hospitals and doctors to account, and can also educate, support or misinform, as Danny Buckland discovers

Aiming for best results wherever you live

Shocking statistics revealed unacceptable regional differences in healthcare, but as Joshi Herrmann reports, NHS initiatives are aiming for high universal standards

D Health: fixing a broken market

A newly established consultancy aims to accelerate the development of digital healthcare throughout Western Europe

Threat of HIV is on the rise

On World Aids Day, HIV infection acquired in the UK is on the rise and spreading among the wider population, writes Peter Archer

Fighting back and returning to work

People living with HIV may find themselves out of work and with few prospects of getting a job, writes Rowenna Davis

HIV programmes pay for themselves and save cash

Combating the spread of HIV among workers is not only right on moral grounds, but also makes good business sense, as Rod Newing reports

Social care remains vital in face of government cuts

The wide range of services designed to support people living with HIV are under threat from government cutbacks, but campaigners are resisting, as Liz Bestic reports

HIV is on the rise again in Europe and Central Asia

For the first time in 30 years, the HIV epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa is declining, but new infections are increasing closer to home, warns Liz Bestic