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mixed reality

Mixed reality technology – the future of medical training?

A University of Cambridge project will potentially transform the future of how medical professionals are trained, utilising mixed reality technology to train doctors and...
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...
cancer care

How can cancer care be more efficient?

All.Can International has recently published a comprehensive study exploring how to enhance the efficiency of cancer care. Inefficient cancer care is a leading factor in...
antimicrobial resistance

Advancing nurses’ expertise on antimicrobial resistance

Ber Oomen, executive director of the European Specialist Nurses Organisation spoke to Health Europa about the organisation’s AMR, vaccination and infection prevention focus group and...
New study discovers a promising mushroom extract that clears HPV infection

New study discovers a promising mushroom extract that clears HPV infection

Research by the University of Texas has found a mushroom extract that supports the immune system in clearing HPV infections. The mushroom extract, known as...
£4.25m research grant for motor neurone disease treatment

£4.25m research grant for motor neurone disease treatment

£4.25m research grant has been awarded to six UK universities to discover motor neurone disease treatment. Motor neurone disease affects the brain and nerves, causing...
NICE recommends VAZKEPA® (icosapent ethyl) to reduce cardiovascular risk

NICE recommends VAZKEPA® (icosapent ethyl) to reduce cardiovascular risk

Icosapent ethyl has been recommended by NICE for use across the NHS in England and Wales to reduce cardiovascular (CV) risk in adult statin-treated...
healthcare staff

Quinyx reveal how to optimise healthcare staff retention in the UK

Quinyx examines healthcare staff retention in the UK, following the release of its global State of the Deskless Workforce study. Healthcare staff are leaving the...
The missing ingredient in sunscreen that minimises sun skin damage

The missing ingredient in sunscreen that minimises sun skin damage

A discovery by the University of Bath illuminates a key ingredient missing from sunscreen products that can better protect against sun skin damage. Research has...
primary care

Review outlines how to improve access to UK primary care services

A new review performed by Dr Claire Fuller provides recommendations on optimising primary care access in the UK. NHS England revealed that new Integrated Care...
universal health coverage

43 million health workers required to achieve universal health coverage

A new peer-reviewed study has stated that more than 43 million additional health workers are needed globally to meet universal health coverage targets. An investigation...
Harnessing the benefits of hypochlorous acid

Harnessing the benefits of hypochlorous acid

Health Europa examines the ever-growing potential of hypochlorous acid, a miracle antibacterial agent that is safe, strong, and sustainable. On 24 July 1915, a paper...
EIT Health

EIT Health is searching for three new Supervisory Board members

EIT Health, one of the Knowledge and Innovation Communities of the European Institute for Innovation and Technology, is seeking candidates with leadership experience in...
Health Europa Quarterly Issue 21

Health Europa Quarterly Issue 21

Welcome to Health Europa Quarterly Issue 21, which insightfully explores women’s health, antimicrobial resistance, health policy, infection control, COVID-19, cutting-edge health technology, medical cannabis,...
Vaccine for paratyphoid fever begins human trials

Vaccine for paratyphoid fever begins human trials

Exciting developments are being made for a paratyphoid fever vaccine as human trials begin in Oxford. Salmonella Paratyphi A is a bacterium that can cause...
digital solutions

Digital solutions to enhance the delivery of care

From chatbots combatting vaccine hesitancy to crowd-sourced data informing immunisation services, Health Europa spoke to Moz Siddiqui, head of Strategic Innovation and Partnerships at...
GP Doctors

A third of GP Doctors intend to quit within five years

A research study conducted by the University of Manchester has revealed that approximately 33% of GP Doctors intend to quit direct patient care within...
Improving the survival rate for bladder cancer with nintedanib

Improving the survival rate for bladder cancer with nintedanib

New research discovered that adding nintedanib, a targeted cancer growth inhibitor, to chemotherapy could improve the survival rate for bladder cancer. Nintedanib is a targeted...
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...
Epigenetic Treatments

Epigenetic treatments to revolutionise chemotherapy

A research team from the CNRS at the Paris Michel-Ange Delegation has determined that the introduction of epigenetic treatments could increase the success rate...

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