Barbara Harpham argues for equal access to medical technology and says that treatment should be based on their clinical needs
Sinead Mac Manus and Christina Cornwell discuss why we must make sure people are involved in how the integration of technology is shaped in the NHS
Andrew Thomas looks at why NHS trusts should assess their hearing loop provision and the potential costs of not listening to those who can’t hear
Barbara Harpham argues for a thorough review of healthcare spending on medical technology, linking it to tangible outcomes for patients
Misunderstanding among smokers and the general public of the dangers of e-cigarettes continues to grow, says Martin Dockrell
Valerie Field, interim group manager in the MHRA devices division, explores new guidance for medical device health apps
Mike Kreuzer, of the Association of British Healthcare Industries, looks at the revision of the Medical Device Regulation, and the consequential strengthening of requirements.
Andy Crosbie, MHRA Devices Division, explains how Unique Device Identification and GS1 standards can help to improve patient safety while increasing efficiency.
Dr Nick Crombie, clinical lead for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity, discusses the latest technological developments in pre-hospital care and the impact these have had on patients.
The Medical Technology Group considers the impacts on patients of poor access to some medical technologies despite the known benefits and wide availability.
Mark Grumbridge, of the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency, discusses the importance of reporting incidents with medical devices.
Following a second round of funding allocated from the Nursing Technology Fund, NHS England’s Beverley Bryant looks at how the smarter use of modern technology is transforming patient care
Though a fairly new but rapidly evolving interdisciplinary field, robotic systems have already been tested for tele surgery and have been widely explored in almost all surgical disciplines. Geethu Roshan Verghese, research analyst at Frost & Sullivan, reports
Though a fairly new but rapidly evolving interdisciplinary field, robotic systems have already been tested for tele surgery and have been widely explored in almost all surgical disciplines, writes analysts Frost & Sullivan
Mick Foy discusses the importance of reporting adverse drug reactions through the MHRA’s Yellow Card Scheme and the current focus on making children’s medicine safer
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Northwich’s Victoria Infirmary (VIN) Community Diagnostic Centre (CDC) has enabled more patients
With health sector vacancies at a record high, one NHS trust in Kent is battling back by offering more than 300 fully-paid apprenticeships, from nursing to administrators
The NHS must embrace the agency workforce. During this staffing crisis, recruitment agencies and temps are playing a crucial role in keeping wards open and the wheels of the NHS turning, writes Yerin Seo, senior campaigns advisor at the Recruitment and Employment Confederati