Patient Care

17th October 2018

NHS managers need to take back seat for much-needed innovations to spread

Managers need to be a ‘back seat driver’ and share leadership if much-needed and promising innovations are going to spread across the NHS, new research suggests. […]
16th October 2018

Weight Loss Linked to Lower Breast Cancer Risk for Postmenopausal Women

In a study of postmenopausal women, participants who lost weight had a lower risk of developing invasive breast cancer than those who maintained or gained weight. […]
6th October 2018

Could balance training reduce falls for COPD sufferers?

For nine years I have dedicated my research to respiratory rehabilitation, and specifically Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). I am interested in the extra-pulmonary (pain and […]
26th September 2018

Section of liver donated to sister in life-saving transplant surgery

Another Significant Medical Milestone at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi – First Living Related Donor Liver Transplant at the Hospital Surgeons at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, part […]
24th September 2018

How BAME patients can be better supported at the end of their lives

LOROS Hospice, in partnership with Leicester’s Hospitals, is today announcing an important new research study into how health professionals can improve the care for people from […]
24th September 2018

JOURNEY™ II BCS Knee System demonstrates improved patient outcomes and lower healthcare costs 

Smith & Nephew, the global medical technology business, announced positive clinical results concerning its JOURNEY™ II Bi-Cruciate Stabilized (BCS) knees. These results suggest JOURNEY II BCS […]
19th September 2018

Success for CARMAT with heart transplant

CARMAT confirms the first successful heart transplant of a patient previously implanted with its total artificial heart World premiere heart transplant performed after 8 months of […]
1st August 2018

Pilltime: medication made simple

Medication errors are a huge issue for the NHS A recent report by the Department of Health and Social Care estimates that 237 million medication errors […]
31st July 2018

Why continued language learning is the next step for the NHS

Nursing vacancy figures are at their highest level since records began, with a recent Guardian survey revealing that 80 percent of nurses, doctors and managers are […]