Thursday, March 21, 2019

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Cities Changing Diabetes: a global fight against urban diabetes

Cities Changing Diabetes: a global fight against urban diabetes

Cities Changing Diabetes brings together businesses, researchers, policymakers and urban planners to tackle the worrying rise of diabetes and obesity in cities – the...
UK healthcare industry £70 billion contribution to UK economy at risk

UK healthcare industry £70 billion contribution to UK economy at risk

Following Theresa May’s historic Brexit deal defeat and a possible ‘No Deal’, the £70 billion (€79.5 billion) contribution to the UK economy by UK...
LGBTQ health differences and education need to be addressed

LGBTQ health differences and education need to be addressed

Moffitt Cancer Center is leading the nation in addressing the issues facing LGBTQ health through research and the creation of new educational programs. In the...
Bold ideas to transform healthcare: the American health reform

Bold ideas to transform healthcare: the American health reform

According to Harvard, USA, new analysis finds competing visions for health reform, with democratic governors having bold ideas to transform healthcare. A new analysis published...
European Union history in the making with legalising medical cannabis

European Union history in the making with legalising medical cannabis

Laying the groundwork for legalising medical cannabis, the European Union is beginning to outline a harmonised set of laws across Europe. Medical cannabis is inching...
Digital security in healthcare: major factors affecting patient safety

Digital security in healthcare: major factors affecting patient safety

eFax talk digital security and the best ways to prevent patient data breaches through the removal of potential risk factors from your healthcare organisation. It...
NHS Long-term plan – ‘This is not about miracles’

NHS Long-term plan – “This is not about miracles”

Published today, the NHS Long-term plan is set to save almost half a million more lives with practical action and investment in treatments –...
Food reformulation for better health

Lets take a closer look at food reformulation for better health

Professor Markus Peck, of United European Gastroenterology, highlights the importance of food reformulation for improved digestive and public health. Food reformulation and related efforts to...
Brexit uncertainty causing trouble for NHS trusts across UK

Brexit uncertainty causing trouble for NHS trusts across UK

According to the BMJ, NHS trusts are struggling to produce concrete plans amid the continuing Brexit uncertainty. NHS trusts across the UK are struggling to...
What does Immigration White Paper mean for the NHS?

What does the Immigration White Paper mean for the NHS?

According to NHS Employers chief executive, Danny Mortimer, the Immigration White Paper proposals do not provide a long-term solution to NHS needs. In response to...
Lung transplant discrimination: patients claiming the system is ‘rigged’

Lung transplant discrimination: patients claiming the system is ‘rigged’

According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, USA, lung transplant discrimination may still be occurring across the nation. Court filing prompted change in lung allocation policy in...
Securing patient data: the new critical national infrastructure?

Securing patient data: the new critical national infrastructure?

David Higgins, from CyberArk, discusses the rise of hacking, how the health industry may be at risk and more importantly, how patient data could...

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