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The social and economic benefits of improved hand hygiene

The social and economic benefits of improved hand hygiene

Professor Dr Thomas Szucs, Director of the European Center of Pharmaceutical Medicine, and member of the Global Hygiene Council’s expert panel, discusses the widespread...
Treating high blood pressure in Black African and Caribbean communities

Treating high blood pressure in Black African and Caribbean communities

Tracey Bignall from the Race Equality Foundation discusses the Share the Pressure project which is treating high blood pressure in Black African and Caribbean...
Reducing the burden of harm to improve patient safety

Reducing the burden of harm to improve patient safety

Committed to raising patient safety standards across healthcare, Dr Sven Staender discusses the complex challenges facing health systems when it comes to advocating a...
Health Europa Quarterly Issue 23

Health Europa Quarterly Issue 23

Welcome to Health Europa Quarterly Issue 23, which features fascinating expert insights in the fields of infection control, future pandemic preparedness, antimicrobial resistance, women’s health,...
“We must do better, go faster, and strive for more in cardiac care”

“We must do better, go faster, and strive for more in cardiac care”

Dr Charmaine Griffiths, Chief Executive of the British Heart Foundation discusses the vital steps that need to be taken to ensure cardiac care can...
Reducing the risk of airborne infection

Reducing the risk of airborne infection

Following the first real-world study which examined the reduction of HAIs using air cleaning systems, Air Purity explains how its adaptive, next-generation disinfection units...
The impact of infectious diseases on the ageing population

The impact of infectious diseases on the ageing population

Roz Bekker, Infectious Diseases & Vaccines, Janssen EMEA, discusses solutions for older adults and their needs when tackling infectious diseases. Older adults are an under-served...
The controversy around falsified Alzheimer's research 

The controversy around falsified Alzheimer’s research 

NervGen Pharma Corp. explores approaches to Alzheimer’s treatment culminating in its own novel method for treating nervous system damage using the revolutionary NVG-291 drug. Finding...
The role of air purification in healthcare and beyond

The role of air purification in healthcare and beyond

Digital editor, Monet Bailey examines the evolving role of air purification technology, particularly in the area of infection control. Air purification technology rose in popularity...
Healing damaged tissue: understanding the challenges of TERM

Healing damaged tissue: understanding the challenges of TERM

Lorna Rothery spoke to Pierre-Alexis Mouthuy about the key challenges and considerations within the fields of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine (TERM). Health Europa Quarterly...
Using point of care diabetes testing to improve treatment

Using point of care diabetes testing to improve treatment

LumiraDx’s new HbA1c test, run on the LumiraDx point of care platform, could dramatically improve patient management, and reduce healthcare costs associated with delays...
Driving change in heart failure treatment

Driving change in heart failure treatment

Given the high mortality rate associated with heart failure, and the prevalence of hospital readmissions, Matthew Mace explores the barriers to quality heart failure...
Putting an end to period poverty

Putting an end to period poverty

Lorna Rothery spoke to Emma Thompson O’Dowd from Plan International UK about the organisation’s efforts to tackle period poverty and improve menstrual health and...
Navigating Medical Cannabis in Europe

Navigating medical cannabis in Europe

Lorna Rothery spoke to Rainer Krüger from the recently formed European Cannabis Association about how the organisation is supporting the development of a stable...
Transforming cancer care through genomics

Transforming cancer care through genomics

Lorna Rothery spoke to Parker Moss, Chief Partnership Officer at Genomics England about how the organisation’s Cancer 2.0 initiative is harnessing the potential of...
Transforming the way we diagnose patients through medical diagnostics

Transforming the way we diagnose patients through medical diagnostics

Claire Wallace outlines how advancing the use of medical diagnostics could improve the detection of diseases and delivery of care, but says we must...
Challenges in the prevention and treatment of pressure injuries

Challenges in the prevention and treatment of pressure injuries

Board members of the National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel outline the key issues in the prevention and treatment of pressure injuries and share some...
Investigating safety risks in maternity care

Investigating safety risks in maternity care

Lorna Rothery spoke to Dr Lesley Kay, Acting Executive Medical Director of the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch about how the organisation is working to...
Addressing sex and gender in cardiology care

Addressing sex and gender in cardiology care

Lorna Rothery spoke to Professor Angela Maas, an internationally recognised expert in women’s cardiology care, about why we must approach cardiovascular care differently for...
Tackling challenges in cancer through global collaboration

Tackling challenges in cancer through global collaboration

Cancer Grand Challenges is an initiative bringing together a global community of investigators and world-class research teams to address some of the toughest challenges...

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