Join our new team! Brand new hospital ward in Brackley seeks nurses

Brackley Medical Centre is due to open in late 2020, housing an inpatient hospital community beds…

‘World first’ from volunteer tech army as sonification of COVID-19 data comes to Scotland

COVID-19 data will now be easily accessible to people with visual impairments thanks to a team…

Sight Saving Sleep Mask Secures Japanese Tech Giant Investment

OLED Medical Technology Saving Patient’s Sight During COVID-19 Pandemic UK based PolyPhotonix have agreed on OLED…

Seven awards shortlisting showcases Northumbria’s nursing excellence

Northumbria University’s reputation for excellence in nursing is being recognised at a national level after being…

Exergen Corp expands throughout Ireland

Exergen Corp, a global leader in infrared temperature measurement technologies for medical applications, announced today that…

Telehealth – leading the way through a pandemic

With healthcare costs continuing to increase alongside the new health and safety challenges surfacing due to…

Journal of Physiology: ‘Army’ painkiller Ketamine does not impair tolerance for blood loss

A low dose of ketamine, administered intravenously, does not alter a healthy human’s tolerance to blood…

Kingston University professor leads part of landmark study on support for older people with learning disabilities

A palliative care expert from Kingston University and St George’s, University of London is teaming up…

Could robots overtake humans in healthcare testing, reducing time and boosting capacity? Promising new research reveals a 65% increase in capacity

Professor Andrea Zanchettin, Politecnico di Milano tried a new approach to monitoring Covid-19 – by developing the…

British Dietetic Association urges ministers to follow Independent Hospital Food Review’s call to increase funding for hospital catering

The British Dietetic Association (BDA) has welcomed the Report of the Independent Review of NHS Hospital…