Driven by advances in digital technology, precision medicine and the need for improved patient safety the future of surgery is changing, and fast.
Medica 2020 and Compamed 2020 will take place entirely online from 16 to 19 November.
The FIS / HIS International Conference will now take place online between 9 and 11 November 2020.
With clinical staff working hard to clear the elective backlog created by Coronavirus, a new global survey has revealed that a high proportion of surgeons and nurses are suffering from harmful allergic reactions, including blisters and rashes.
RLDatix has announced that it has acquired the medical equipment SaaS database, oneSource, extending its portfolio of patient safety and risk management solutions.
If unchecked, Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) will “have the same impact on people’s lives and the economy that COVID-19 is having,” according to former Chief Medical Officer, Dame Sally Davies, in a new report by the independent think tank, Reform.
Heart attack patients who are sarcastic or irritable could be putting their health at risk, according to the latest research.
There were almost twice as many attendances to A&E departments in England for the 10% of the population living in the most deprived areas (3.1 million), compared with the least deprived 10% (1.6 million) in 2019-20, according to official figures.
A National Patient Safety Alert has been issued on the risk of foreign body aspiration during intubation, advanced airway management or ventilation.
Junior doctors in the NHS will now be able to undertake their training in independent hospitals thanks to a new agreement reached between independent healthcare providers and the NHS.
A project at the university of Leeds aiming to improve the investigation and management of patients with suspected angina has received a grant of almost £150,000 from national charity Heart Research UK.
Hospitals across England will soon be able to send secure and standardised clinical patient discharge summaries and outpatient attendance information electronically to GP systems.
New figures show that there has been a huge increase in the number of new student nurses accepted onto courses in the two weeks since A-Level results.