RECENT FEATURE ARTICLES
The UK Sepsis Trust has been running a campaign for several years to encourage first responders and other healthcare staff to ‘Think Sepsis’ when they are assessing a patient initially. Technical editor, Kate Woodhead RGN DMS discusses how effective the campaign has been in England and the current level of awareness.
Healthcare exhibition season is here again – Healthcare Estates in Manchester, Medica in Düsseldorf and in early 2020, Arab Health in Dubai - as well as a myriad of other trade fairs, trade shows and conferences. Allison Seabourneof Medstor considers whether, in an age where so much in the healthcare world is preceded by the word ‘virtual’ or ‘digital’, there is still a role for the human interaction offered by these events, and asks the question, in 2019, are trade shows still relevant?
An increased emphasis to protect patients from healthcare associated infections (HCAIs) means that healthcare specifiers are demanding the best protection against bacteria. Phil Barsby, business development manager at Intastop, explains how key areas can be easily protected, and how long lasting benefits can be achieved.
Cleaning and hygiene continue to play a central role in the fight against healthcare associated infections (HAIs). Although effective cleaning and disinfection can decrease environmental pathogens, reducing the risk of infections, Tinaz Ranina, product manager, infection prevention & personal care at Diversey UK & Ireland, warns that, due to the complexity of hospital environments, this can often result in cleaning that is inadequate.
On Tuesday 24 September 2019, NPAG - part of the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust – will host the 2019 Clinical Engineering Conference at Wolverhampton Racecourse. The Clinical Services Journal provides a glimpse of what’s on offer to delegates.
Between 8 – 11 August 2019, The Association for Perioperative Practice (AfPP) held its annual conference and exhibition at the University of York Campus. Delegates were treated to an astonishing array of talks that highlighted health and wellbeing across UK Trusts
The Sepsis+ 2019 conference afforded delegates the chance to hear from leading experts in the field of sepsis. Taking place on 11 June 2019 at the National Conference Centre in Birmingham, visitors learned about the latest research, science and innovations, and discovered real world solutions in the challenge of managing deteriorating conditions.