Hull NHS boss Phil Morley has sparked controversy by swapping his suit and tie for a Superman outfit for a three-minute long staff video.
Prostate cancer survivor Patrick Campbell writes about his recovery in the final of his three blogs for the ITV campaign.
Meet our prostate cancer blogger Patrick. He's had first hand experience of the condition, and speaks to us candidly about his fight.
Five ambulance trusts across England, including Yorkshire, failed to meet crucial response time targets, new figures suggest.
Ambulance crews across the country did not arrive on scene within eight minutes for 26% of patients who needed urgent emergency assistance last year, data suggests.
Crews are supposed to respond to 75% of "Red 1" emergency calls - the most critical calls which cover patients who have stopped breathing and do not have a pulse - within eight minutes.
But between 2012 and 2013, just 74% of patients were reached in the time frame,figures from the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) show.
Crews in Yorkshire, the North West, the East Midlands, the East of England and the South West did not achieve the goal, according to the HSCIC.
One of our region's health bosses has been described as crass and insensitive after making a workplace video - where he transforms himself into Superman and dances through his hospital.
It's aimed at cutting stress levels but campaigners have reacted angrily because the Trust Phil Morley runs in Hull is set to slash a hundred million pounds off its budget.
They say it's the pressure of the cuts that's giving staff a pain in the neck, not hours spent at a desk. Victoria Whittam reports.
A Yorkshire NHS boss has been slammed after a video featuring him dancing through hospital corridors in a Superman costume was leaked.
Phil Morley, Chief Executive of Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, took a starring role in the promotional video for Workout at Work Day, an initiative aimed at tackling stress in the workplace.
Although intended for the 8,000 people that the organisation employs, an outraged worker leaked the video via YouTube, branding Morley “out of touch” and an “egomaniac”.
See the video here.
A father from North Yorkshire who passed away from Motor Neurone Disease is the star of a new film to raise awareness of the condition. Neil Platt invited a film crew into his home in Harrogate during the last few months of his life. Kate Walby reports.
A choir with a difference is to make it's national debut in Sheffield next month.
The transplant choir is made up of people who've had transplants, those waiting for a donor and families whose loved ones have died and whose organs have saved lives. They'll be performing in Sheffield in July, to mark to end of National Transplant week.
Calendar spoke to one of the choir members, organ recipient Charlie Watsham.
A father from North Yorkshire who passed away from Motor Neurone Disease is the star of a new film to raise awareness of the condition. Neil Platt invited a film crew into his home in Harrogate during the last few months of his life. Here's a clip from the film.
In the year the transplant games are coming to Sheffield, the city is also welcoming the transplant choir
This is a choir - with a difference.
It's made up of people who've had transplants, who're waiting for organ donations and members of the donor families as well.
They'll be performing at Sheffield city Hall on Saturday 13th July to mark the end of National Transplant Week.
It's the first event of its kind and it's hoped it will raise awareness of the need to sign up to the organ donor register.
All this week we've been highlighting the dangers of prostate cancer.
On Friday we heard from a Yorkshire-based expert who's trying to come up with a cure. We also spoke to a cancer survivor who's hopefully on the mend. And to mark Fathers Day, both men took part in a charity fun run in York to raise awareness of the disease.
The Archbishop of York has made his first public appearance today since having an operation for prostate cancer.
Dr John Sentamu is in Northern Ireland as a guest speaker at a charity campaign function in Enniskillen on the eve of the G8 summit. The 63-year-old is still recuperating after undergoing an operation at St James' Hospital in Leeds last month.
He thanked people for their thoughts and prayers which, he says, have helped him through.