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New research explores infection control changes in dentistry

New research explores infection control changes in dentistry

New research has explored the impacts of infection control and other changes influenced by the pandemic on dentistry. The research, conducted by the International Academy...
Cumberlege review: law firm seeks redress and accountability

Cumberlege review: law firm seeks redress and accountability

Global law firm PGMBM has welcomed the publication of the Cumberlege review, an independent report into the safety and side-effects of treatments recommended and...
Regular COVID-19 testing in care homes to be rolled out this week

Regular COVID-19 testing in care homes to be rolled out this week

The UK Government is to roll out regular COVID-19 testing for care home staff and residents this week. Care home staff will be tested weekly,...
Chronic digestive diseases: gut microbiome and healthy nutrition

Chronic digestive diseases: gut microbiome and healthy nutrition

Leading digestive health experts and MEP Sarah Wiener address how healthy nutrition, starting from a young age, can help to reduce the risk of...
Ultra-processed foods: an EU health crisis

Ultra-processed foods: an EU health crisis

Many European countries have seen a dramatic increase in the consumption of ultra-processed foods in recent decades, with research estimating that these food products...
Planning ahead: the global implications of growing ageing populations

Planning ahead: the global implications of growing ageing populations

People across the world are living longer thanks to better healthcare. Now, a new study is helping policymakers prepare for the challenges of global...
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...
Controlling COVID-19: hand hygiene must be accessible to all

Controlling COVID-19: hand hygiene must be accessible to all

UNICEF and the World Health Organization have launched the ‘Hand Hygiene for All’ joint initiative to help control the spread of COVID-19. In a bid...
UK study will involve repeat COVID-19 testing in UK care homes

UK study will involve repeat COVID-19 testing in UK care homes

A new surveillance study to be carried out in the UK will offer 100 care homes repeat COVID-19 testing. The study aims to offer a...
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...
New recommendations for releasing COVID-19 patients from isolation

New recommendations for releasing COVID-19 patients from isolation

The World Health Organization has released new recommendations for releasing COVID-19 patients from isolation. Care must be taken when releasing COVID-19 patients from isolation in...

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