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The registered nurse shortage in Europe is a ‘ticking time bomb’

The registered nurse shortage in Europe is a ‘ticking time bomb’

With increasingly depleted workforces across Europe, Paul De Raeve from the European Federation of Nursing Associations posits the urgency to address the registered nurse...
Luxembourg government approve Azenta MoU on cold chain solutions

Luxembourg government approve Azenta MoU on cold chain solutions

Azenta, Inc. and the Government of Luxembourg today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to facilitate continued healthcare technology and the...
How understanding skin inflammation can combat UV damage

How understanding skin inflammation can combat UV damage

A study from the University of Bonn has identified a skin inflammation signalling pathway that can combat UV damage and skin infections. Inflammatory skin reactions...
Mild thyroid disorders can lead to severe heart problems

Mild thyroid disorders can lead to severe heart problems 

Researchers from Ruhr University, Bochum have suggested that mild thyroid disorders should be considered a risk factor for major adverse cardiovascular events.   For 200 years,...
A new way to stop postoperative bleeding after heart surgery

A new way to stop postoperative bleeding after heart surgery  

Researchers from Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência (IGC) have presented a new approach to reducing postoperative bleeding after heart surgery.  Postoperative bleeding is one of the...
Researchers reveal the mechanisms behind acute kidney injury

Researchers reveal the mechanisms behind acute kidney injury

An interdisciplinary research team has used single-cell sequencing techniques to uncover the molecular processes associated with acute kidney injury. Acute kidney injury is a common...
Researchers find strong link between gut bacteria and metabolites

Researchers find strong link between gut bacteria and metabolites

According to research from Uppsala University and Lund University, there are strong links between gut bacteria and the levels of small molecules in the...
An arthritis drug may provide an affordable treatment for myasthenia

An arthritis drug may provide an affordable treatment for myasthenia 

Rituximab, a drug used to treat rheumatoid arthritis, can reduce the risk of deterioration in myasthenia gravis, an autoimmune disease that causes loss of...
Adipose tissue research could help obesity prevention

Adipose tissue research could help obesity prevention 

A new study has revealed the key mechanism behind brown adipose tissue, which could help scientists understand how to prevent and treat obesity.   Global levels...
Patient Safety Conference: why patients should be more involved in their own care

Patient Safety Conference: why patients should be more involved in their own care

In light of the Patient Safety Conference taking place in Stockholm in October, co-organisers Penilla Gunther, Founder of FOKUS Patient (Sweden) and Mirka Cikkelova,...
young people’s mental health

Urgent action needed to support young people’s mental health

Following this year’s European Mental Health Week, Health Europa Quarterly spoke to Mental Health Europe about the importance of supporting young people’s mental Health. Mental...
health data

A European health data ecosystem can unlock personalised healthcare

Oliver Bleck discusses the rise of platform ecosystems in healthcare, the value of personalised healthcare and the need for an agile environment to support...
emergency preparedness

How can we optimise emergency preparedness and response?

Preparing for major medical emergencies is integral to protecting populations and optimising collaboration between response teams. Mariano Votta of the Cittadinanzattiva NGO discusses initiatives...
European Patients' Rights Day

European Patients’ Rights Day: Championing civic participation in health

Mariano Votta, the Director of the Active Citizenship Network, the organisers of European Patients' Rights Day, explores the importance of civic engagement in safeguarding...
The future of a healthy Europe conference: addressing health priorities

The future of a healthy Europe conference: addressing health priorities

The future of a healthy Europe conference (CoFoE) commences on the 20th-21st of April, with a focus on addressing health-related initiatives and discussing priorities...
ESHRE updates guidelines on endometriosis treatment

ESHRE updates guidelines on endometriosis treatment

A new guideline on endometriosis treatment, management and diagnosis has been published by the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE). The document outlines...
non-communicable diseases

Continuum of care for non-communicable diseases in the EU

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Health Europa speaks to the European Commission about how it plans to safeguard the continuum of care for...
cancer treatment

Enhancing cancer patient lives through cancer treatment optimisation

Denis Lacombe, CEO of the EORTC, explores the challenges facing cancer research, and how the organisation is working to optimise cancer treatment. Cancer is the...
XPhyto therapeutics supplies Berlin test centres with PCR tests

XPhyto therapeutics supplies Berlin test centres with PCR tests

XPhyto Therapeutics Corp. has signed a master supply agreement with Beovita GmbH & Co. KG and Tackleberries GmbH for PCR Tests. Beovita GmbH & Co....
Innovation in European cannabis

Symtomax: innovation in European cannabis

Portugal-based cannabis producer Symtomax deploys industry experience and genetic expertise to deliver high-quality, market-leading products. Symtomax has been granted approval by INFARMED, the Portuguese regulatory...

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