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EIT Health launches framework for Value-Based Health Care in Europe

EIT Health launches framework for Value-Based Health Care in Europe

The European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) Health has launched a new, in-depth framework for adopting and accelerating Value-Based Health Care (VBHC) across...
New technology can detect virus antibodies in just 20 minutes

New technology can detect virus antibodies in just 20 minutes

New technology has allowed researchers to detect anti-avian influenza virus antibodies in blood serum in 20 minutes. Using a portable analyser, the researchers have developed...
Local authorities to work with NHS to contain COVID-19 infections

Local authorities to work with NHS to contain COVID-19 infections

Local UK authorities will work alongside the NHS and stakeholders to develop tailored outbreak control plans in a bid to contain COVID-19 infections. Local authorities...
Healthcare professionals need adequate PPE to treat COVID-19 patients

Healthcare professionals need adequate PPE to treat COVID-19 patients

We cannot expect healthcare professionals to treat COVID-19 patients without adequate personal protective equipment (PPE), an expert has wrote. Writing in the Journal of Medical...
Social isolation increases risk of heart attacks, stroke, and death

Social isolation increases risk of heart attacks, stroke, and death

A new study from Germany has shown that social isolation puts people at an increased risk of heart attacks, stroke, and death from all...
Infection control market expected to reach €26.63bn by 2025

Infection control market expected to reach €26.63bn by 2025

Analysis has shown that the infection control market is expected of reach in excess of USD €26.63bn by 2025. The infection control market expected to...
Government risks second COVID-19 spike if schools re-open says SAGE

Government risks second COVID-19 spike if schools re-open says SAGE

The independent SAGE committee has stated that schools should not re-open on June 1 because there is ‘no clear evidence’ that it is safe...
COVID-19 lockdown could lead to a surge of addiction relapses

COVID-19 lockdown could lead to a surge of addiction relapses

Experts warn that the COVID-19 lockdown could lead to a surge of alcohol and drug addiction relapses. The UK’s leading addiction treatment provider has warned...
FSA provides clarification concerning CBD Novel Foods applications

FSA provides clarification concerning CBD Novel Foods applications

The Association for the Cannabinoid Industry (ACI) has received clarification from the Food Standards Agency (FSA) on several points concerning CBD Novel Foods applications...
Young people in Europe are reporting mental health concerns

Young people in Europe are reporting mental health concerns

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week, and a new report from the World Health Organization has shown that young people in Europe are...
Radiation oncology clinics seeing fewer patients despite infection control

Radiation oncology clinics seeing fewer patients despite infection control

Healthcare systems across the world are taking infection control measures in order to continue providing care services to patients in need. A new study,...
UV infection control market to reach €477.49m globally by 2027

UV infection control market to reach €477.49m globally by 2027

A new report has shown that the UV infection control market is set to grow to USD $524.8m (€477.49m) globally by 2027 at 6.5%...

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