|Best Treatments||Information is researched from the British Medical Journal and displayed in an easy to understand format.|
|Net Doctor||Attempts to break the language |
barrier between Doctors and
patients regarding disease and
|QRisk||QRISK is a new calculator which |
works out your risk of getting heart disease. It has been developed by
doctors and academics working in
the UK National Health Service.
|Male Health||Fast, free independent information|
from the Men’s Health Forum.
|Women’s Health Concern||Women’s Health Concern is a |
charitable organisation which aims to help educate and support
women with their healthcare by
providing unbiased, accurate
|NHS Constitution||The NHS Constitution was |
published on 21 January 2009. It
was one of a number of
recommendations in Lord Darzi’s
report ‘High Quality Care for All’
which was published on the 60th
anniversary of the NHS and set out
a ten-year plan to provide the
highest quality of care and service
for patients in England.
|NHS Choices||Aiming to personalise healthcare |
and provide information that will
allow patients to make meaningful
choices about when and where to
receive their treatment.
|Cancer help||Free information service provided |
by Cancer Research UK about
cancer and cancer care for people
with cancer and their families.
Information is formatted in such a
way that makes understanding the
website an easy process.
|Diabetes UK||Largest charity in the UK devoted |
to the care and treatment of people
with diabetes in order to improve
the quality of life for people with
|Asthma UK||This website has been revamped to |
meet the needs of the thousands of
people with asthma who visit the
site each day, either to find
important information about
asthma and how to control it.
|Alzheimer’s Society||Comprehensive information for |
people with all forms of dementia.