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The current hospital is 'no longer fit for purpose' according to NHS chiefs. Healthcare News, New Hospital, Nhs, Cardiff, Wales, Health Care, University, How To Plan, Theatre
Plans to Replace University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff with New Hospital Are Revealed - THHB
The current hospital is 'no longer fit for purpose' according to NHS chiefs.
An overactive immune system may help explain the cause of chronic fatigue syndrome, scientists from King's College London have suggested. Chronic Sinusitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Diet, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Symptoms, Chronic Illness, Chronic Tiredness, Autoimmune Disorder, Autoimmune Disease, Weak Immune System, Overactive
Chronic Fatigue: Overactive immune system 'may trigger ME-like symptoms' - THHB
An overactive immune system may help explain the cause of chronic fatigue syndrome, scientists from King's College London have suggested.
Leaders at the BMA have slammed the scheme after trainee doctors who made “major life decisions” in the belief they would receive a £20,000 bonus discovered they were ineligible for the scheme after starting their posts. Medical University, Medical College, Medical Education, University University, Medical Science, College Life, Healthcare Management, Healthcare Industry, Business Management
Trainee GPs ‘made life decisions’ Based on Misleading Information Promising £20,000 Golden Hello Payment - THHB
Leaders at the BMA have slammed the scheme after trainee doctors who made “major life decisions” in the belief they would receive a £20,000 bonus discovered they were ineligible for the scheme after starting their posts.
New research by the University of Bristol in collaboration with Medical Detection Dogs has found that the best trained alert dogs have the potential to vastly improve the quality of life of people living with Type 1 diabetes. Detection Dogs, Dog Help, Type 1 Diabetes, Insulin, Bristol, Alert, Collaboration
Medical Detection Dogs Help Diabetes Patients Regulate Insulin Levels - THHB
New research by the University of Bristol in collaboration with Medical Detection Dogs has found that the best trained alert dogs have the potential to vastly improve the quality of life of people living with Type 1 diabetes.
Radiographers David Kirk and Melissa Bentley with a test dummy as they demonstrates the new proton-beam therapy centre at the Christie hospital, in Manchester David Kirk, Radiographer, Brain Tumor, Protons, Cancer Treatment, Abroad, Beams
Teen One of First UK Proton-beam Patients - THHB
Radiographers David Kirk and Melissa Bentley with a test dummy as they demonstrates the new proton-beam therapy centre at the Christie hospital, in Manchester
Spending on agency staff had risen 171% over seven years, peaking at £164.4m in 2016-17, the auditor general Adrian Crompton said.  Adrian Crompton took over as auditor general for Wales last summer. Image: Audit Office Auditor, Staffing, Adrian, Risen, Spending, Seventh
NHS Wales Agency Staff Costs Spiral to Cover Vacancies - THHB
Spending on agency staff had risen 171% over seven years, peaking at £164.4m in 2016-17, the auditor general Adrian Crompton said. Adrian Crompton took over as auditor general for Wales last summer. Image: Audit Office
There is "strong" evidence to bring criminal charges after the deaths of hundreds of patients at Gosport War Memorial Hospital, the detective who led an investigation believes. Memorial Hospital, Evidence, Detective, Charging, Death, War, Strong
Gosport Hospital Deaths: Evidence 'strong enough to bring charges' - THHB
There is "strong" evidence to bring criminal charges after the deaths of hundreds of patients at Gosport War Memorial Hospital, the detective who led an investigation believes.
This year's APAA conference will be a change from the usual single day format to include an extra day dedicated to educational sessions. This will be an afternoon of clinical skills where participants will be able to partake in a variety of speciality techniques using mannequins and state of the art equipment. The Friday will be a conference set in the Cantor lecture theatre, consisting of talks that will be chaired by educators from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals. Sheffield Map, Sheffield Hallam University, Lecture Theatre, Singles Day, Hospitals, Mannequins, Assessment, Conference
11th Annual APAA Conference Sheffield - THHB
This year's APAA conference will be a change from the usual single day format to include an extra day dedicated to educational sessions. This will be an afternoon of clinical skills where participants will be able to partake in a variety of speciality techniques using mannequins and state of the art equipment. The Friday will be a conference set in the Cantor lecture theatre, consisting of talks that will be chaired by educators from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals.
NSpine is the most comprehensive multidisciplinary spine meeting. The content is directed towards being practice relevant, with an emphasis on technical surgical aspects and managing complex scenarios.  Whether delegates are seeking to build an initial foundation of knowledge or rather to acquire greater expertise from expert lectures and case based discussions, NSpine endeavours to create a learning environment where all attendants can meet their objectives. Maine, London England, England, London, Expertise, Expert, Technical, Complex
The NSpine Main Conference 2019 - THHB
NSpine is the most comprehensive multidisciplinary spine meeting. The content is directed towards being practice relevant, with an emphasis on technical surgical aspects and managing complex scenarios. Whether delegates are seeking to build an initial foundation of knowledge or rather to acquire greater expertise from expert lectures and case based discussions, NSpine endeavours to create a learning environment where all attendants can meet their objectives.
Researchers at  the University of Eastern Finland have discovered new changes occurring in the human brain in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. The researchers used a multiomic approach to determine RNA, protein, and phosphorylation levels and carried out further neurobioinformatic analyses on them. The findings, drawing on data from a Finnish biobank of brain tissue samples, were published in Neurobiology of Disease. Lesión Cerebral, Treating Fibromyalgia, Fibromyalgia Pain, Endocannabinoid System, Spinal Cord Injury, Burn Out, Brain Damage, Central Nervous System, Menopause
Scientists Discover New Brain Changes in Early Alzheimer's Disease - THHB
Researchers at the University of Eastern Finland have discovered new changes occurring in the human brain in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. The researchers used a multiomic approach to determine RNA, protein, and phosphorylation levels and carried out further neurobioinformatic analyses on them. The findings, drawing on data from a Finnish biobank of brain tissue samples, were published in Neurobiology of Disease.
Every year more than 12.7 million health professionals in Europe, including 7.3 million nurses, are exposed to carcinogenic, mutagenic and reprotoxic hazardous drugs. Carcinogen, Health Professionals, Nurses, Professions, Drugs, Exposed
Preventing the Exposure of Nurses and Health Professionals to Hazardous Drugs - THHB
Every year more than 12.7 million health professionals in Europe, including 7.3 million nurses, are exposed to carcinogenic, mutagenic and reprotoxic hazardous drugs.
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'Menacing, threatening and heavy-handed' Culture of Bullying Embedded in Trust - THHB
This CQC report looks at NHS safety culture and the need for transformation. Report, Safety, Culture, Journal, Change
Opening the Door to Change - THHB
This CQC report looks at NHS safety culture and the need for transformation.
The failings of the CQC in applying the fit and proper persons (FPPR) test to a disgraced trust chief executive who “victimised whistleblowers” were so extensive that the Parliamentary health watchdog has warned of “systematic injustice”. Land Trust, Chief Executive, Proper, Male Sketch, How To Apply
CQC Made ‘fundamental’ Oversight Errors by Letting Convicted NHS Fraudster Land Trust Top Job - THHB
The failings of the CQC in applying the fit and proper persons (FPPR) test to a disgraced trust chief executive who “victimised whistleblowers” were so extensive that the Parliamentary health watchdog has warned of “systematic injustice”.
In this microscopic photo of the Seattle woman’s brain, arrows point to the amoebas, balamuthia mandrillaris. Fatal in around 90 percent of cases, the amoeba can cause death in weeks to months of initial infection. (Dr. Sean Thornton/Swedish Medical Center) Swedish Medical Center, Neti Pot, Nasal Cavity, Microbiology, Sinusitis, Infections, Seattle
Rare brain-eating Amoebas Killed Seattle Woman Who Rinsed Her Sinuses with Tap Water. Doctor Warns this Could Happen Again. - THHB
In this microscopic photo of the Seattle woman’s brain, arrows point to the amoebas, balamuthia mandrillaris. Fatal in around 90 percent of cases, the amoeba can cause death in weeks to months of initial infection. (Dr. Sean Thornton/Swedish Medical Center)