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Polio detected in East London sewage works

Investigations are underway after several closely-related viruses were found in sewage samples taken between February and May.

Moderna to open UK vaccine research and manufacturing centre

mRNA Innovation and Technology Centre will be developing vaccines for respiratory diseases including COVID-19

BCS report advocates the creation of a 'clinical satnav'

Better computerised advice for routine medical decisions will solve problems such as over-prescription of antibiotics, says IT body.

SECAmb responds to damning CQC inspection report

Bullying, harassment and inappropriate sexualised behaviour at the Trust were not addressed and became normalised behaviours, says Care Quality Commission

UKHSA publishes monkeypox vaccination strategy

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has recommended that some gay and bisexual men at higher risk of exposure to monkeypox should be offered vaccines.

The government is investing up to £3m to close the gaps between university, NHS, and mental health services

New approach diagnoses Alzheimer’s with a single scan

The new approach requires just one MRI brain scan taken on a standard 1.5 Tesla machine

Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology to implement changes to close the gender health gap.

 Health Business Features

To prove the capabilities of electric vehicles – over long distances and in rural areas, the Great British EV Rally has been launched.

Earth Day 2022: reflecting on the little wins that mean a lot for the planet

As owners of 12 per cent of the NHS estate, NHSPS little wins amount to a large impact on reducing the environmental impact across the NHS

Managing the NHS estate to drive value for communities

Mark Smith explains how the NHS can maximise efficiencies, meet new cost savings targets and drive value for patients and communities

HB Q&A: Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Health Business talks to Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust's Chris Kelly about the organisation's sustainability achievements

Health professionals’ role in tackling air pollution

Whilst it is imperative that we improve the air quality in healthcare environments, tackling air pollution goes beyond the boundaries of the hospital, writes Larissa Lockwood

Photo Credit: Premier Modular – King’s College Hospital, London

The MPBA's Richard Hipkiss discusses how volumetric manufactured buildings are meeting the needs of the health sector

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