IP’07 is shaping up to be the most relevant of all European events this year. Covering all the issues of mobility, IP networks, and how converged data, voice and video applications are revolutionising everything from the data centre to business processes

Bob Little reports from Reuters in the heart of London’s Docklands, on the latest mobile learning delivery technologies and applications available to the healthcare sector

Over the next five to 10 years there will be developments in IT that will have a significant impact on the NHS. Dr Richard Vautrey, deputy chairman of the BMA’s GPs Committee reveals the latest news

What are the issues that can affect hospital car parks and how can the British Parking Association’s initiatives help you to care for your staff, visitors and patients?

The Ground Source Heat Pump Association is developing the industry and the UK market is growing rapidly, with installations increasing by more than 60 per cent each year. Karl Drage explains why

The NHS is continually evolving the way it procures buildings. Freddie Steele looks at some of the latest developments

MRSA has been the focus of much attention including Government targets, raising awareness for the need to improve infection control performance

Infection prevention is easy to achieve through diligent hand hygiene. Paul Weaving, NPSA infection control lead reports

The 43rd Association for Perioperative Practice Congress and Exhibition comes to Harrogate to highlight the latest developments in the perioperative environment

In the wake of recent events the NHS must be vigilant to increasing threats from within its own organisation

Peter Seymour, an expert in government and corporate shared service solutions, shares his expertise to help you improve efficiency

What is the roadmap for bringing healthcare technology to the home and why are healthcare providers looking beyond hospital walls for the provision of health services?

The telehealth sector is growing and as a result novel forms of service delivery by healthcare providers are coming to the fore

How can the HFMA’s e-learning suite help improve non-finance managers’ understanding of NHS finance?

When redeveloping and rebuilding, modular buildings can be a temporary choice that become a permanent feature

The Learning Network for Sustainable Healthcare Buildings is making sure sustainability stays firmly on the NHS’ agenda

Staff and visitors sometimes seem to think that because hospitals are caring places, they are immune from the effects of local crime and the ills of society. Sadly they are not

Richard Norman, managing director of Indepth Hygiene Services Ltd, looks at why grease extract systems are a fire hazard and advises on what action to take

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