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Partners' news: Managing diabetes in Sheffield during the covid-19 pandemic
Tuesday 15th September 2020

Learning from the pandemic will be key to supporting transformation in times to come
Monday 14th September 2020

South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw to Take Part in National Type-2 Diabetes and Weight-Loss NHS Programme
Friday 4th September 2020

Partners' News: New home blood service sees 500 patients during pandemic
Thursday 3rd September 2020

Partners' news: Procurement Team at local hospitals are named Stars of the Month
Thursday 13th August 2020

Partners' news: Macmillan Support Workers celebrate successes one year on
Thursday 13th August 2020

Barnsley’s three Macmillan Cancer Support Workers are celebrating their one year anniversary in the new roles, working with the breast, colorectal and urology cancer teams at Barnsley Hospital.

South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw NHS Trusts to Receive Share of £53.7 Million North East Yorkshire Funding for Winter Pressures
Thursday 13th August 2020

An update on Covid-19 care across South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw
Wednesday 12th August 2020

South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Integrated Care System (ICS) secures deal to store stock of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) needed for Covid-19 contingency plans
Tuesday 11th August 2020

Tuesday 11th August 2020

Partner news': new Sheffield service supports over 195 people who wouldn’t have access to mental health support
Tuesday 4th August 2020

Join us and let's talk health and care
Friday 31st July 2020

We’re recruiting to a brand new online health and care membership scheme across South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw.

Partners' News: Call for more BAME residents to get involved in research!
Tuesday 28th July 2020

Partners' News: Nominate Health Staff and Volunteers for an Award
Wednesday 22nd July 2020

Partners' news: Anxiety, isolation and delays in treatment plans listed as the top concerns for people with cancer
Wednesday 22nd July 2020

Anxiety, isolation and delays in treatment plans are the top concerns facing people affected by cancer during the coronavirus pandemic according to Macmillan Cancer Support and the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Cancer Alliance.