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robotic process automation

The endless applications of robotic process automation in healthcare

Paul Donoghue-Parker outlines how robotic process automation (RPA) and its supporting technologies could improve healthcare delivery and streamline vital systems. Healthcare institutions, such as NHS...
mRNA vaccine technology

Developing mRNA vaccine technology

Following the unprecedented development of vaccines during the COVID-19 pandemic, we spoke to Dinah Knotts about mRNA vaccine technology and what further opportunities it...
gene therapy

Regenerative therapies for heart disease

Lorna Rothery spoke to cardiovascular regenerative medicine expert, Professor Paolo Madeddu, who co-led a groundbreaking study that identified a mutant anti-ageing gene that could...

The implications of antibiotic use in farming

Jane Tredgett, Campaigns Manager at Alliance to Save Our Antibiotics, discusses the effects of routine antibiotic use in intensive livestock farming and why it...
cold chain

The critical vaccine cold chain

Dr Nenad Miljković from the European Association of Hospital Pharmacists (EAHP) outlines the critical role of cold chain storage in maintaining the efficacy and...
albumin-to-creatinine ratio helps identify early kidney disease

The albumin-to-creatinine ratio: shining a light on early kidney disease

Abbott outlines how albumin-to-creatinine ratio measurement can be leveraged to address the increasing global burden of kidney disease. Albumin-to-creatinine ratio (ACR) is known to be...
The EU pipeline legislation and exploitation of health data and AI

The EU pipeline legislation and exploitation of health data and AI

Professor Dr Paul De Raeve outlines why it is integral for nurses to help shape the integration of digital solutions across healthcare in the...
Skin condition

Understanding the link between eczema and mental health

Should patients be offered psychological support for their mental wellbeing when living with a skin condition such as eczema?
A boost for NervGen's spinal cord injury trials

A boost for NervGen’s spinal cord injury trials

Following the success of its phase I clinical trial, NervGen will initiate a phase Ib/IIa trial as early as Q3 this year to demonstrate...
mRNA vaccines: are they the way forward?

mRNA vaccines: are they the way forward?

mRNA vaccine technology is broadening the scope of effective vaccine-based solutions that can mitigate the spread of harmful pathogens in infectious and non-infectious diseases. For...
Developing diagnostic technologies 

Using AI to develop diagnostic technologies

Oxford University scientists created a world-first AI diagnostic test that could dramatically improve the efficiency of viral testing. Lorna Rothery spoke to co-developer Dr...
health europa quarterly

Health Europa Quarterly Issue 25

Welcome to Health Europa Quarterly Issue 25, where you will discover the latest health research addressing global health policy, antimicrobial resistance, medical technology, disease management,...
causes of obesity

Addressing the true causes of obesity

Lorna Rothery spoke to Jacqueline Bowman-Busato, Head of Policy at the European Association for the Study of Obesity (EASO), to find out the true...
antimicrobial stewardship

Prioritising antimicrobial stewardship and prescribing

Professor Diane Ashiru-Oredope, Lead Pharmacist for healthcare associated infections and antimicrobial resistance at the UK Health Security Agency, outlines the UK’s progress in mitigating...

Improving care and awareness of kidney diseases

Raymond Vanholder and Eveline Scheres from the European Kidney Health Alliance highlight where further efforts are needed to improve the prevention and care of...
children's mental health

Protecting children’s mental health in emergency settings

Aaron Greenberg, Senior Regional Advisor for Europe and Central Asia at UNICEF, spoke to us about how exposure to crisis situations can impact children’s...
Inequalities in the HIV response

The impact of global inequalities within the HIV response

Inequality in all its forms is a barrier to reducing HIV transmission and ending the AIDS epidemic, Lorna Rothery spoke to Eamonn Murphy from...
preventative health

Time for Europe to prioritise preventative health

Vaccine confidence has fallen to pre-pandemic levels but, says Sibilia Quilici, Executive Director of Vaccines Europe, there is a need and value in boosting...
helium supply

Pulsar Helium: Unmatched high-grade helium supply for the medical industry

With the helium shortage affecting MRI and respiratory gases, Pulsar Helium’s high-grade asset provides hope for the medical industry's helium supply. Last year the American...
cervical cancer screening

Challenges and opportunities for cervical screening and HPV vaccine uptake

Despite being one of the most preventable and treatable forms of cancer, many barriers to cervical cancer screening and HPV vaccine uptake exist. We...

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