• NHS calls on physician associates to step in – as pressure on doctors continues to increase
    The National Health Service (NHS) is set to increase the number of physician associates it hires to fill in doctor shortage gaps, despite the fact that they are only trained for two years.
  • Lost in translation: Two foreign nurses said to put patients at risk because of poor English
    In the current nursing shortfall, UK hospitals are relying heavily on foreign nurses. Nonetheless, some are seen as a threat to patient safety and health outcomes – rather than alleviating the situation.
  • NDCS meminta maaf karena menggunakan 72 alat yang belum disterilisasi total
    Semua alat digunakan untuk terapi gigi sebelum akhirnya ditarik, meskipun risiko infeksi pasien dikatakan "sangat rendah" karena tahap awal proses sterilisasi sudah bisa menghilangkan hampir 100% organisme penyebab masalah, kata NDCS.
  • The important milestones of clinical trial evolution
    Clinical trials have been long considered as an integral part of medical sciences. Here, we attempt to visit the history of clinical trials – as we rediscover its development through the ages.
  • Hospitals may be investing too much in technology and IT systems
    Today, most medical records are computerised into electronic health records (EHRs). Most EHRs aim to serve patients' needs and healthcare providers' needs as well. But the safety and quality of healthcare has been compromised as hospitals have invested in technologies that fail to share data, failing to better support clinical care.
  • 5 tren yang tidak dianjurkan untuk kesehatan vagina
    Klaim yang mengatakan bahwa penguapan, seperti sauna, bisa membersihkan dan menyeimbangkan hormon mungkin tampak tidak masuk akal dan mungkin, penting untuk memikirkan kembali penggunaan ketel untuk tujuan ini.
  • Family medicine course for GPs to undergo "intensive upgrade" in Singapore
    An "intensive upgrade" will happen for Singapore's main training programme for general practitioners (GPs) to get certified in family medicine. The revamp of the two-year graduate diploma in family medicine is driven by a growing need for primary-care doctors who can deal with the range of health issues that an ageing population faces.
  • Pelarangan produk penurun berat badan, Nutriline Bluvelle
    HSA menyarankan publik untuk segera berhenti menggunakan Nutriline Bluvelle dan melakukan konsultasi ke dokter jika merasa tidak enak badan atau bermasalah dengan kesehatan mereka.
  • Addressing trauma: War victims need to tell their story
    Victims of war in Marawi City, especially the children, need help not just with physical health conditions but equally important is that the trauma of being caught in the middle of fighting is addressed immediately.
  • Menjaga kesehatan selama musim hujan
    Menurut World Health Organization (WHO), banjir meningkatkan transmisi penyakit menular melalui air dan vektor, seperti malaria, demam berdarah, dan demam kuning. Mayoritas risiko berasal dari kontaminasi air minum.
  • Exploring the generation gap in the nursing workforce
    Healthcare settings are generally occupied with healthcare professionals that come from different generations. When the skills of nurses from different generations are present – nursing units are able to provide excellent levels of care.
  • Diduga terdapat lebih dari 100.000 kasus kolera di Yaman
    Yang lebih buruk, WHO mengindikasikan bahwa anak-anak yang mengidap penyakit ini, dan banyak anak-anak lain meninggal karena malnutrisi akut.
  • Keajaiban dalam dunia medis
    Kami tahu, kami sudah berusaha sebisanya untuk menyelamatkan nyawa pasien dan kami cukup bangga karena kami bisa menyaksikan sendiri keajaiban ini dan bisa menyampaikannya ke orang lain.