Case Study: Slips, trips and falls – when they don’t just ‘get better’, physiotherapy can help

Rhian Davies, Chartered Physiotherapist and Clinical Director at one2one Therapies in Bridgend, shares how stubborn injuries…

More men than women are opting for GP consultations by phone or video

Analysis of member data taken from the Vitality GP app has today revealed men make 9%…

Half of all commonly used drugs profoundly affecting the gut microbiome, warn experts

A new study presented at UEG Week 2019 has found that 18 commonly used drug categories…

Colorectal and pancreatic cancer rates up 10% in last 30 years, reveals major global study

The results of a major study across 195 countries, presented at UEG Week Barcelona 2019, indicate…

Feedback from other doctors improves antibiotic prescribing decisions

Expert feedback can be an effective way to encourage doctors to make more appropriate antibiotic treatment…

Brain Injury Rehabilitation Expert welcomes new post-acute rehabilitation plans but calls for them to be mandatory

Ruth Smith, Chief Operations Officer, Christchurch Group – award-winning outcomes-led provider of neurorehabilitation services – applauds…

Revealed – the Inaccuracies in a Third of Online Medical Advice

For a growing number of people, the first port of call for medical advice is Google,…

Common nursing practice of routine ward rounds does not deliver quality of care to patients, finds Partnership Study

The widespread practice of routine ward rounds in England, known as intentional rounding, may not be…

Paediatric study breaks recruitment records

A study designed to support better decision-making in children’s emergency care has broken recruitment records for…

Royal College of Occupational Therapists launch ‘Small Change, Big Impact’ campaign

As part of Occupational Therapy Week 2019, the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) has launched…