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NHSX: reviewing NHS tech spending and setting its mission

NHSX: reviewing NHS tech spending and setting its mission

NHSX announced it has completed a major review of NHS tech spending, with some programmes to close, merge and some that have naturally come...
The NHS Long-Term Plan and a fully digital NHS

The NHS Long-Term Plan and a fully digital NHS

David Highton, Strategic Health Advisor at Servita explains the importance of the NHS Long-Term Plan and how collaboration is the key to facilitating a...
Organ harvesting: International Tribunal condemns China’s hidden transplant crimes

Organ harvesting: International Tribunal condemns China’s hidden transplant crimes

Reporting final judgement following worldwide accusations of forced organ harvesting in China, finding and report has thrown a glaring light on a 20 year...
Child safety: personal care products sends children to emergency room

Child safety: personal care products sends children to emergency room

Did you know that every two hours a child is sent to the emergency room due to personal care products? Discover how dangerous products...
Discover the new framework to reduce harmful chemicals like polyfluoroalkyl substances

Discover the new framework to reduce harmful chemicals like polyfluoroalkyl substances

Human exposure to unnecessary and potentially harmful chemicals could be greatly reduced, and now a new framework to reduce chemicals like polyfluoroalkyl substances may...
Research shows public do not support exploitation of NHS patient data

Research shows public do not support exploitation of NHS patient data

According to YouGov, the UK public expect NHS patient data to be protected as a national asset that primarily benefits UK patients, the health...
Health inequality: NHS-funded private sector hip operations worsening

Health inequality: NHS-funded private sector hip operations worsening

According to research, the impact of outsourcing NHS hip operations to the private sector concludes there is a widening health inequality occurring. Researchers from Newcastle...
NHS Clinical Commissioners: keeping leadership alive

NHS Clinical Commissioners: keeping leadership alive

A new publication from NHS Clinical Commissioners demonstrates the unique perspective brought by clinical commissioners and argues the essential components required to ensure efficiency. As...
Let’s talk about World Menstrual Hygiene Day

Let’s talk about World Menstrual Hygiene Day

With it being World Menstrual Hygiene Day 2019, let’s take the opportunity to highlight the growing contribution to research and global action on menstrual...
With the new Parliament, breast cancer care and prevention must be a top priority

With the new Parliament, breast cancer care and prevention must be a top priority

Discover how MEPs Elena Gentile, Cristian-Silviu Bușoi, and Lieve Wierinck, have been working to ensure breast cancer care and prevention remain a significant policy...
One in ten NHS Trusts are fully digitised, despite plans for a paperless NHS

One in ten NHS Trusts are fully digitised, despite plans for a paperless NHS

Majority of NHS Trusts are yet to fully embrace digital patient records, as New FoI data reveals there is still progress to be made...
Promoting global health: WHO announces four new goodwill ambassadors

Promoting global health: WHO announces four new goodwill ambassadors

The World Health Organization has appointed four new goodwill ambassadors to further uphold and expand upon the diverse environment of global health. Geneva, Switzerland: World...

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