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Responding to reports of a new Covid variant Dr David Wrigley, BMA council deputy chair, said: “The news of the variant comes at a really crucial time for the NHS as healthcare teams prepare for their most challenging time in…

Responding to news of a new COVID-19 variant, Dr Layla McCay director of policy at the NHS Confederation said:“It is, as yet, too early to know whether this new variant will be more transmissible or less responsive to the vaccines currently available…

Levelling Up with Open DataOpen Innovations & The Royal Statistical Society are leading a project to explore ‘levelling up’ from a Northern perspective, by developing a prototype visualisation with open data at its foundation. An online event on Wednesday 8 December,…

Abbott Introduces NeuroSphere Virtual Clinic, •      NeuroSphere Virtual Clinic utilises advancements in digital technology to optimise care for patients with chronic pain or movement disorders •      A first-of-its-kind remote technology solution, approved for use in the UK, to allow patients with a…

Scientists discuss transforming food systems for healthier and more sustainable diets during British Nutrition Foundation conference. Experts with an interest in the transformation of the UK food system have outlined key steps needed to change food production and the way…

Comment from Practicing GP and CEO of eConsult, Dr Murray Ellender “The NHS faces an uphill struggle with the “hidden backlog” of patients waiting to be seen. “There’s a clear tension point between GP surgeries and A&E departments, both challenged…

The places where we live, work and spend our time have an impact on our wellbeing. We know, for example, that there are spillover effects of crime, social fragmentation, and deprivation on our individual wellbeing regardless of whether these things…

Doctors of the World UK has provided evidence and legal arguments in an important case – about denying healthcare to people living in the UK without secure immigration status – being heard in the High Court today. The judicial review, brought…

Responding to the latest set of data from the National Child Measurement Programme in England1, which shows that in Reception, obesity prevalence has increased to 14.4% in 2020/21 (up from 9.9% in the previous year) and in Year 6, obesity prevalence has increased…

Research reveals that the hearing health of Brits is at risk from unsupported hearing loss. Even those with hearing aids admit to not wearing them and simply choose to cope without. COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Nov. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — A hearing…

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