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Accelerated use of electronic prescribing

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New study into link between IBD and colorectal cancers

In a new study, researchers have compared diseased colon tissue with healthy tissue to better understand how IBD is linked to an increased risk of...
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Bridging the gap in heart failure awareness

The World Heart Federation (WHF) and AstraZeneca have published a new Heart Failure Gap Report bridging the gap in heart failure awareness. While heart failure...
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First Do No Harm: Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review publishes its recommendations

The Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review, chaired by Baroness Julia Cumberlege, has today published its report. Titled 'First Do No Harm', it comes...
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People with neurological conditions lose out due to COVID-19 delays

In a recent survey of more than 1600 people with neurological conditions, over 7 in 10 respondents said they had experienced delays to their...
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Without support for services post COVID-19 mental health crisis awaits

The BMA is warning that we could face a post COVID-19 mental health crisis if urgent support not provided for services. The BMA says...
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People with diabetes ‘forgotten’ amid imminent easing of lockdown

People with diabetes have been ‘forgotten’ amid imminent easing of lockdown according to Diabetes UK. They say that steps to ease lockdown and reopen...
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New online tool pinpoints HIV health inequalities in England

A new online tool has been launched which pinpoints HIV health inequalities in England, it's hoped it will improve prevention and planning. The rate of...
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COVID-19 forces radical changes in NHS finance

Oli Hudson, Content Director at Wilmington Healthcare, discusses how COVID-19 is forcing radical changes in NHS finance and gives an overview of the latest...
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STADA Health Report 2020: The future of health in Europe

The second international STADA Health Report on the future of health in Europe shows how people in Europe handle future-oriented health topics. A topic which...

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