Patient Care

19th August 2019

Playing to type: why diabetes education isn’t one-size-fits-all 

Nadine Miles, Director of Market Development at Spirit Health Group, shares how we can  increase uptake of structured diabetes education programmes among Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) patients. Structured […]
5th August 2019

An African adventure with a lifesaving purpose

A 64 year old retired optometrist from Dorset, has recently returned from Ethiopia. Paul Wallis visited the country with the charity Vision Aid Overseas VAO, whose […]
5th August 2019

In case of emergency…

Time is of the essence in the emergency department, where a prompt diagnosis can literally mean the difference between life and death. In this environment, access […]
2nd July 2019

Patient diagnostics in a heartbeat

… using connected electrocardiograms to improve patient safety According to the Royal College of Nursing an integrated electronic care system can have benefits for both patients […]
28th June 2019

Innovative triple negative breast cancer study reveals good news

Results of innovative triple negative breast cancer project paves the way for new six-year study to improve response to immunotherapy Promising results of his team’s research […]
13th June 2019

Charity set to provide interactive mobile gaming equipment to cancer centres

TheRockinR Gaming Charity to provide interactive mobile gaming equipment to the 21 UK principle cancer trust centres Mobile gaming carts to provide relief through the medium […]
27th May 2019

Lower back pain is a troublesome burden

Lower back pain is undoubtedly a problem that affects many of us. In fact, 80% of the population will at some time suffer from back or […]
16th May 2019

Non-hormonal prescribed treatments for menopausal sweats and flushes

Troublesome hot flushes and night sweats can be the bane of many menopausal women’s lives. Not all women can use, or want to use, Hormone Replacement […]
16th May 2019

Lesley Dibley has changed the way doctors talk to patients with IBD

Nurse. Researcher. Pioneer. Lesley Dibley gives a voice to a marginalised group and has changed the way doctors talk to patients with inflammatory bowel disease. A […]