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Singapore, one of the first countries affected by COVID-19, adopted a national strategy for the pandemic which emphasised preparedness through a whole-of-nation approach. The pandemic was well contained initially until early April 2020, when there was a surge in cases,…

New data, taken from the Adventus.io marketplace, shows that healthcare course applications in the UK from international students tripled from 2020 to 2021. I’m sure this will be welcome news for the healthcare industry, particularly as Nursing Times reported a…

]The Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scales (WEMWBS) were developed to help measure mental wellbeing in the general population and to evaluate projects, programmes and policies which aim to improve mental wellbeing. Professor Sarah Stewart-Brown’s work on the development and validation of the WEMWBS…

An award-winning home care group has experienced record-breaking growth having recruited 52 new carers during October. Respectful Care, a leading provider of home care services in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and South Yorkshire, has announced it has recently taken on more carers…

DVLA has today launched a consultation on widening the pool of healthcare professionals that can complete DVLA medical questionnaires. By law all drivers must meet the medical standards for fitness to drive and each year DVLA makes 500,000 medical licensing…

Dr Peter Sims retired Director of Public Health and General Practitioner has prepared a video on the COVID 19 pandemic aimed at members of the public as well as healthcare and public health professionals which was published on this website…

A team of researchers has found that communicating health claims on food packages in a way that consumers can understand and that is compliant with the European Union’s regulation on health claims (which has been retained for use in Britain)…

Findings come alongside reports that nearly half of employees have suffered from excessive stress over the last year, leading to one in ten to leave their jobs completely. Experts are warning that we’re seeing a ‘burnout build-up’ for employees, which…

Responding to news that NHS England will be inviting three million more people to receive their COVID-19 booster vaccination next week, Ruth Rankine, director of primary care at the NHS Confederation, said: “As we head into what will be a challenging…

The UK Government’s use of private sector firms in the response to the Covid crisis has been characterised by incompetence, excessive expense, and lack of appropriate transparency relating to the awarding of contracts and the expenditure of considerable amounts of…

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