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Medical School Nurse Interviews

Nurses are the patient’s most ardent supporters – they never walk out when patients are down and out; they celebrate when they are up and going. Although, they are the caregivers who have the most contact with patients, the recognition for the worth of their work is somehow, still lacking.

Under- and over-oxygenation both carry negative consequences that may impact the child’s life forever. In this article, we discuss and dissect the practice of oxygen administration in infants.

NHS can no longer afford to lose overseas staffs due to Brexit, NHS Providers reports. It calls on UK government ministers to take immediate measures in boosting overseas recruitment for NHS staffing and persuading existing EU staffs to remain.

A new Norwegian study finds that use of painkiller during pregnancy may result in child being born with ADHD; however, a number of experts beg to differ.

Medical scrubs, the official uniform of healthcare practitioners around the world may be simple—but, the industry is worth billions.

Airbnb is a renowned economical choice for holiday and travel accommodation. But, can the same concept be the answer to solve the overcrowding problem in hospitals?

As healthcare begins to adopt a new team-based approach, the word “doctor” can mean more than just one person. How does the actual doctor – and their patients – get accustomed to this new model?

Sexual harassment affects more women than we would like to admit. The effects of such harassment aren’t limited to only physical harm – they often lead to deep and lasting psychological pain that may takes years to heal.

Medical schools in the United States are taking a stand to fight the opioid crisis by making changes to their institutions.

America is facing an opioid epidemic – claiming the number one spot in opioid use worldwide. Drug overdose in the US also tops annual death rates from gun violence and even HIV/AIDS.

The commercialisation of machine learning and big data has catapulted artificial intelligence (AI) to the forefront of healthcare and life sciences – and is all geared up to change how the industry diagnoses and treats disease. The new digital frontier is also backed by studies proving its efficacy, demonstrating its effectiveness and usefulness. Although this might appear as a good news to some – some doctors have echoed reservations concerning the development of AI within the healthcare industry.
Convenient, yet controversial: First FDA-approved digital pill raises public concerns

With the latest announcement by the FDA, signalling green light for a digital pill—first of its kind—this marks a significant advance, as far as digital devices and healthcare industry go. Nonetheless, the ‘self-tracking sensor-embedded’ pill seems to be garnering concerns, from various groups, pertaining several issues.