A new Royal College of Nursing report highlights the crucial role of nursing towards achieving the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.
Poole Hospital’s nuclear medicine department has received a significant boost with the roll-out of two new Siemens scanners, designed to improve diagnosis for its patients.
Drägerwerk AG & Co. KGaA has acquired the majority share of Stimit AG. With this acquisition, Dräger further expands its expertise in the field of lung-protective ventilation.
The first international platform for sharing cardiovascular data has been launched by euCanSHare, an EU-Canada funded project being implemented by 17 partners, led by the University of Barcelona and including the European Society of Cardiology.
Scientists have trained deep learning algorithms to classify breast lesions from ultrasound images in a large multi-centre study.
An injection that cuts the amount of time breast cancer patients spend in hospital from two and a half hours to as little as five minutes is being rolled out across the country by NHS England.
Heart attacks in young adults are twice as likely to be fatal in those with inflammatory conditions like psoriasis, lupus or rheumatoid arthritis.
NICE has published a single guideline for the management of COVID-19 in children and adults.
The Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) is seeking views on proposals to reform the regulation of healthcare professionals, including the statutory regulation of physician associates (PAs) and anaesthesia associates (AAs).
A new 'Office for Health Promotion' will lead national efforts to improve and level up the health of the nation by tackling obesity, improving mental health and promoting physical activity.
A new practical guide is helping teams in healthcare systems across England to overcome disruption in work to prevent cardiovascular disease (including stroke, heart disease and vascular dementia) caused by COVID-19.
The NHS is accelerating the delivery of operations and other non-urgent services as part of a £8.1 billion plan to help the health service recover all patient services following the intense winter wave of COVID.
The NHS’ Getting it Right First Time (GIRFT) programme have published the first ever review looking at independent healthcare services.
NHS Supply Chain has worked in partnership with a hospital Trust to help them save more than £450,000 annually after a change of supplier for hip and knee products for orthopaedic surgery.
Medics.Academy and Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust have entered into a collaboration to launch Nucleus, an online programme to future proof the medical workforce for the genomics generation.
The Vaccines Manufacturing and Innovation Centre (VMIC) has been granted an additional £47.6 million to support the expansion and acceleration of the programme.
New technology to rapidly detect new COVID mutations indicating whether positive test samples contain known variants is being trialled by the Government in NHS Test and Trace laboratories.