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Is technology a distraction or a salvation for the NHS during COVID-19?

Is technology a distraction or a salvation for the NHS during COVID-19?

Krittika Bhattacharya and Rory Tanner of the Health Tech Alliance explore the potential of technology to support the health sector during the COVID-19 pandemic. Technology...
Active Citizenship Network: “For vaccination? Come back. I can’t tell you when."

Active Citizenship Network: “For vaccination? Come back. I can’t tell you when.”

The Active Citizenship Network’s Mariano Votta and Maira Cardillo detail the impact of COVID-19 on vaccination efforts across Italy. The situation is fraught: even within...
European Federation of Nurses on Florence Nightingale’s legacy

European Federation of Nurses on Florence Nightingale’s legacy

European Federation of Nurses Associations Secretary General Paul De Raeve and President Elisabeth Adams detail the ways in which EFN’s current lobbying efforts parallel...
2020: Year of the Nurse and the Midwife

2020: Year of the Nurse and the Midwife

HEQ introduces our special feature celebrating the work of nurses and midwives in honour of 2020 as Year of the Nurse and the Midwife. 2020...
The social impact of current science dissemination strategies

The social impact of current science dissemination strategies

EFN Secretary General Paul De Raeve and Patricia Davidson, Dean of the School of Nursing at Johns Hopkins University, review the social impact of...
A look at the essential role of nurses

A look at the essential role of nurses

We speak to Brando Benifei MEP and Professor Patricia Davidson about the essential role of nurses. The nursing profession plays an essential role in the...
ECDC expert discusses the need for public health support

ECDC expert discusses the need for public health support

ECDC Principal Expert for Emergency Preparedness and Response Dr Agoritsa Baka on the need for public health support. The European Centre for Disease Prevention and...

Digitalising the healthcare ecosystem in the European Union

Paul De Raeve and Smart4Health Co-ordinator Ricardo Jardim-Gonçalves highlight the growing need for Digitalising the healthcare ecosystem with EU-wide electronic healthcare records. There is increasing...
Celebrating nurses: their work and the challenges they face

Celebrating nurses: their work and the challenges they face

Health Europa celebrates nurses, looking at their work and the challenges they face in their job. In recognition of 2020 as the International Year of...
Immigration Advice Service: the limits of technology in healthcare

Immigration Advice Service: the limits of technology in healthcare

Peter Markham of the Immigration Advice Service details the limits of technology in healthcare and why Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not an ‘oven ready’...
Incubating innovation: developments in IVF and reproductive science

Incubating innovation: developments in IVF and reproductive science

Rebecca Swann and Jason Kasraie of the Association of Reproductive and Clinical Scientists highlight developments in IVF and reproductive science. The Association of Reproductive and...
Barriers to healthy ageing and early interventions in the UK

Barriers to healthy ageing and early interventions in the UK

Baroness Jolly, Co-Chair of the UK’s All-Party Parliamentary Group on Ageing and Older People, explores the challenges facing an ageing population. Liberal Democrat peer Baroness...
European Institute for Gender Equality: the gendered impacts of COVID-19

European Institute for Gender Equality: the gendered impacts of COVID-19

European Institute for Gender Equality Director Carlien Scheele tells HEQ about the gendered impacts of COVID-19. The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) is an...
How technology is addressing modern healthcare challenges

How technology is addressing modern healthcare challenges

Software and robotics expert Dr Antonio Espingardeiro, a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, explores the need for adaptable infrastructure to...
Tetra Bio-Pharma: building business on healing potential of cannabinoids

Tetra Bio-Pharma: building business on healing cannabinoid medicines

Canada’s Tetra Bio-Pharma is on a path to become a world leader in the development of cannabinoid-derived medicines. Canada’s Tetra Bio-Pharma is on a path...
SureWash interactive hand hygiene training

SureWash interactive hand hygiene training

SureWash provides a cost effective hand hygiene training solution to help achieve compliance, reduce the risk of infections and improve patient outcomes. In studies of...
Taking biopharmaceutical vaccine candidates from research to clinical trial

Taking biopharmaceutical vaccine candidates from research to clinical trial

The Vaccine Development Department at Statens Serum Institut provides experience and expertise at each stage of the research and development process for biopharmaceutical vaccine...

Barriers to healthy ageing and early interventions in the UK

UK Liberal Democrat peer Baroness Jolly, who serves as Co-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Ageing and Older People and is the party’s...
Could these senolytic drugs halt the spread of COVID-19?

Could these senolytic drugs halt the spread of COVID-19?

Professor Michael Lisanti of Salford University highlights the potential application of senolytic drugs in combating COVID-19. Professor Michael P Lisanti, Chair in Translational Medicine at...
Senolytic drugs: can this antibiotic treat symptoms of ageing?

Senolytic drugs: can this antibiotic treat symptoms of ageing?

Professor Michael P Lisanti of the University of Salford highlights the potential applications of senolytic drugs in treating age-associated conditions. Professor Michael P Lisanti, Chair...

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