Nicolas Shiaelis and Dr Nicole Robb, Oxford University scientists and co-founders of health tech company Pictura Bio, have developed a world-first diagnostic, test powered by artificial intelligence, that can identify known respiratory viruses such as influenza and COVID-19 within five minutes from just one nasal or throat swab.
The first round of judging in the 2023 Medilink NOE Healthcare Business Awards has been completed and the Medtech companies that submitted entries have now learned if they have made the shortlist for their category.
Hundreds of thousands more patients will benefit from NHS treatment by next year thanks to dozens of new surgical spaces, the Government has announced.
People with motor neurone disease (MND) are set to benefit from improved collaboration between the government, researchers and charities, on top of accelerated access to funding, to speed up progress into developing treatments and finding a cure.
The Central Sterilising Club has unveiled its speaker programme for its Annual Scientific Meeting, taking place at the Crowne Plaza, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 3-4 April 2023.
Academic experts from the University of Manchester and the University of York have joined forces to launch new research into the quality and safety of patient care in NHS and independent hospitals.
No new COVID-19 variants have emerged in China during the recent surge in infections since the country ended its zero-COVID policy, according to an analysis of cases in Beijing.
Patients across the UK are set to benefit from access to safe, effective and innovative equipment and medical devices as part of the Government's new medical technology (MedTech) strategy.
New study affirms link between sickle cell disease and risk of increased mortality in pregnant people
Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers have further documented an association between a substantially higher risk of maternal morbidity and mortality among those with the inherited blood disorder sickle cell disease (SCD) compared to those without it.
Efforts to fight disease-causing bacteria by harnessing their natural predators could be undermined when multiple species occupy the same space, according to a study by Dartmouth College researchers.
NHS staff may not always be able to access accurate, critical information at the hospital bedside during life-threatening emergencies, the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch (HSIB) has warned in its latest report.
Tens of thousands of elderly and vulnerable people will receive tailored support at home as part of a new NHS plan to improve waiting times for emergency care.
A new approach to delivering palliative at-home treatment to advanced heart failure patients in Wales has been hailed a success – with hopes the award-winning model can be rolled out nationally.
The four UK statutory medical education bodies have launched an engagement exercise facilitated by the UK Foundation Programme (UKFPO) into the allocation process for foundation trainee doctors for 2024.
Patients support the use of patient data in health research but do not like the idea of companies making money from the use of their health data, finds a new report based on the views of 24 people who took part in two focus groups.
The latest UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) report on the routine adolescent human papillomavirus (HPV) immunisation programme for 2021 to 2022, which is primarily delivered in schools, shows that coverage in year 8 and year 9 pupils is yet to return to pre-pandemic levels.
After three and a half years of working in healthcare sales for Europe, Sam was keen to return to Bender UK to support the substantial growth within the UK healthcare sector.
UK Government Unveils Programme at Arab Health 2023 to showcase UK Healthcare strengths and explore GCC collaborations
The UK’s Department for International Trade (DIT) has unveiled its extensive programme at Arab Health 2023; the largest healthcare event of its kind in the Middle East.