Taking Care of Relationships

The impact of multiple sclerosis on the family may go unheard as sufferers and carers alike fail to talk about their emotions and the struggle to cope, writes Hilary Freeman

Mixed menu of rewards will satisfy staff

There are a number of tempting options to reward and engage staff, as Nick Martindale discovers

Step-by-step guide to best practices

Employee performance management is the set of ongoing management practices that help ensure employees get the direction, feedback and development they need to succeed in their roles, says Halogen Software

Health, wellbeing and rejuvenation

Antonia Mariconda takes a trip to Switzerland and recommends the advanced treatments available in medical spas

Choosing to go private

Comparisons between NHS and private care during the different stages of pregnancy, birth and beyond shed light on the choices for expectant couples, writes Maria Anguita

Familiar, trusted faces when you need them

Victoria Lambert explains the nature of private maternity and describes what a mum-to-be can expect

Baby love and a happy ending on Valentine’s Day

After going through a harrowing first birth, Emanuela “Manu” Redaschi shares the experience of having her second child at a private maternity unit

Investing in online technology

It can transform patients’ lives by determining how and where they are treated. Martin Barrow examines telehealth