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Cook Medical unveils Leg Therapies microsite for surgeons and physicians
Training equipment and services : 24 September, 2010
Surgeons and physicians can now explore cutting-edge treatment options and best practices on Cook Medical’s new ′Leg Therapies’ microsite, an online destination to advance the treatment of leg diseases like peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and the more advanced stage critical limb ischemia (CLI).
HPA develops new immunotherapeutic treatment for C difficile infection (CDI)
Government agencies and authorities : 15 September, 2010
The Health Protection Agency's annual conference, Health Protection 2010, is presenting new research which shows how an alternative approach for treating and preventing Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) is being developed by the agency's scientists.
KideQuip zone to provide focal point at Naidex South
Events organisations : 06 September, 2010
The new homecare, disability and rehabilitation event targeting London and the Southeast, Naidex South (ExCeL London, 29-30th September 2010), is bringing with it the popular KideQuip zone.
Debbie Moore steps into spotlight to open Naidex South
Events organisations : 24 August, 2010
Debbie Moore OBE– the founder and chairman of Pineapple Dance Studios – and her daughter, Lara Masters, freelance writer, actress and presenter, are to open Naidex South (September 29-30,2010, London ExCeL) the newest event for independent living.
Virtual College continues to grow online training course solutions
Workforce management : 02 August, 2010
Online training pioneer, Virtual College of Ilkley, West Yorkshire, is experiencing major growth during its 15th anniversary year and is now offering more than 100 online courses with the total number of registered e-learners across all courses now hitting 360,000 – and is growing at an average rate of around 3,000 per month.
RCGP proposes changes to MRCGP Exam
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 07 July, 2010
The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) is making a number of changes to the MRCGP Exam with the changes taking effect from September 2010.
University of Bristol team receives RCGP Research paper of the Year Award
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 01 July, 2010
A GP-led study that identified the early symptoms of ovarian cancer is the winner of the RCGP Research paper of the Year Award 2009-2010.
Foundation Trust Network points out ways of improving ophthalmology services
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 18 June, 2010
Trusts brought together by the Foundation Trust Network to take a detailed look at their ophthalmological services and find ways to deliver an enhanced service for patients are finding practical pointers to working more efficiently.
RCGP issues guidance on 'equivalent portfolios' for revalidation
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 16 June, 2010
The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) is publishing advice on how GPs working in special circumstances can collect 'equivalent portfolios' of evidence to support them in their revalidation.
Healthcare job seekers favour using Jobs4Medical to search for new posts
Medical search engines : 08 June, 2010
Jobs4Medical, a specialist online recruitment service for the medical profession, has the highest percentage of healthcare job seekers than any other UK jobs board according to the results of the 2010 NORAS report.
RCGP launches Healthy Working UK Web site for GPs
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 28 May, 2010
The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) is launching 'Healthy Working UK', a Web site providing a one-stop for GPs and other healthcare professionals about work and health.
Naidex 2010 welcomes record number of exhibitors
Events organisations : 18 May, 2010
The UK’s leading event for the disability, rehabilitation and homecare market, Naidex 2010, reports that it welcomed a record number of exhibitors, some of whom reported their highest sales figures.
Specialist market intelligence service targets digital health sector
Business development services : 05 May, 2010
A specialist market intelligence service is to be offered by myM-link that is dedicated to monitoring developments with the digital health sector.
myM-link unveils market intelligence service for Human Engineering businesses
Business development services : 04 May, 2010
A dedicated market intelligence service targeting the Human Engineering sector is being launched by the myM-link membership service which supports private companies in the life science sector.
Boston Scientific unveils the Pelvic Floor Institute
Training equipment and services : 04 May, 2010
Boston Scientific is launching the Pelvic Floor Institute - a training forum and online resource designed to enhance physician knowledge and awareness of pelvic floor reconstruction procedures and techniques.
RCGP Launches UK-Wide Manifesto for Patient Care
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 25 March, 2010
The Royal College of General Practitioners unveils its UK-wide manifesto that proposes some recommendations for the future of high quality care for patients, for whichever political party is elected following this year's general election.
RCGP urges patient care should be top of the General Election agenda
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 24 March, 2010
Professor Steve Field, Chairman of the Royal College of General Practitioners is calling for patient care to be top of the agenda for all political parties in the run up to the General Election.
Bridge4Bio saves businesses time by helping implement growth plans quickly
Business development services : 17 March, 2010
International business consultancy group, Bridge4Bio is employing its ten-strong global consultant network to help life sciences and biotechnology companies progress their business growth plans faster, more efficiently and at a lower cost.
Lean seminar helps healthcare professionals to get more for their money
Training equipment and services : 09 March, 2010
A ′sell-out’ seminar in Sheffield helps healthcare professionals in the NHS to learn valuable lessons about how to generate savings, without it coming at the expense of service delivery and quality.
Multiple challenges drive clinical laboratories to boost automation
Market research : 09 March, 2010
Healthcare market research publisher Kalorama Information’s recent report entitled “Lab Automation Markets, 2nd Edition (Systems, Key Companies, Forecasts and Trends)” points out that while clinical laboratories are vital to the diagnostic industry, they are facing multiple challenges that will require increased automation in order for them to remain competitive.
RCGP launches campaign to encourage better access to psychological therapies
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 03 March, 2010
The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) is joining the Royal College of Psychiatrists and mental health charity Mind to launch a new campaign calling for a new deal for children and adults with mental health problems.
Lean Healthcare Academy launches Product Partner project
Workforce management : 01 March, 2010
The Lean Healthcare Academy is launching a new ′Product Partner’ project that is ideal for companies and organisations supplying the NHS.
Market report claims no clear leader in US physician EMR market
Market research : 26 February, 2010
A new report from healthcare Market research publisher, Kalorama Information, concludes that despite the presence of well-known companies such as IBM, 3M, Dell and Wal-Mart, no single company dominates the market for electronic medical records (EMR).
Amnis works with IHM to offer two Accelerated Lean Skills Programmes
Workforce management : 23 February, 2010
After running a series of one-day workshop masterclasses with the Institute of Healthcare Management (IHM), the quality, innovation and productivity organization, Amnis, plans to run two Accelerated Lean Skills Programmes (ALSPs) with the Institute.
RCGP vodcast explains GP revalidation changes
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 16 February, 2010
Professor Mike Pringle, RCGP Medial Director of Revalidation, records a video podcast for the RCGP’s website that explains the recent changes and decisions made regarding the revalidation of GPs.
Amnis and IHM plan to run new series of Lean workshop masterclasses in 2010
Training equipment and services : 16 February, 2010
Amnis is collaborating with the Institute of Healthcare Management (IHM) to run a further programme of one-day workshop masterclasses.
Masterclass reveals the secrets of Lean strategies for healthcare practitioners
Workforce management : 12 February, 2010
Quality, innovation and productivity organisation, Amnis together with the Institute of Healthcare Management (IHM), completes the fourth of an initial programme of five masterclasses aimed at helping healthcare organisations to transform the way they work, introduce Lean and think strategically.
Risk index indicates Nigeria, Chad and Ivory Coast most at risk from TB
Information management : 11 February, 2010
The Tuberculosis Risk Index (TBRI), developed by global risks advisory firm Maplecroft, ranks 196 countries on their vulnerability to Tuberculosis (TB) has named Nigeria, Chad and Ivory Coast as the nations that are most at risk from the disease.
Amnis warns tactical Lean methods may fail under financial pressure
Workforce management : 09 February, 2010
The difficult financial challenges facing the health service over the next few years, as it restructures its service models to release cash, are likely to be difficult to overcome for those organisations that take a tactical approach to improving performance, warns the quality, innovation and productivity organisation, Amnis.
US clinical lab services market to reach $61.9bn by 2014
Market research : 08 February, 2010
Healthcare market research publisher, Kalorama Information publishes a new report entitled “Clinical Laboratory Services Market (Growth Opportunities, Competitive Analysis and Competitor Profiles)”.
CT scans for H1N1 cases spur market growth for CT contrast agents
Market research : 02 February, 2010
Published reports on the usefulness of CT scans for complicated H1N1 cases have spurred use of these procedures in US hospitals and is opening up a pathway of diagnostics for physicians reckons healthcare market research publisher Kalorama Information.
Bridge4Bio offers life science businesses global strategic support
Business development services : 01 February, 2010
An international business consultancy group focused on promoting the growth of life sciences and biotechnology companies, Bridge4Bio, is targeting four strategic areas to assist both startups and established companies plan and grow their businesses globally.
Electrical stimulation offers new depression treatment market growth
Market research : 01 February, 2010
Kalorama Information’s new “Electrical and Magnetic Neurostimulation,” reports that electrode devices that stimulate nerves have emerged as a solution to depression and there is competition among notable device companies to provide the most effective stimulator.
BSI unveils Passport to Europe seminar programme in the USA
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 28 January, 2010
BSI, a world-class Notified Body providing regulatory and quality management reviews for medical devices, is kicking off its “Passport to Europe” Programme.
Jobs4Medical enters Irish recruitment market
Medical search engines : 21 January, 2010 is moving into the Irish recruitment market, which the search engine identifies as a significant growth area.
RCGP pilots revalidation ePortfoio system
Training equipment and services : 15 January, 2010
The RCGP is piloting a secure ePortfolio for GPs to use for revalidation.
Amnis develops new people based project management training programme
Workforce management : 15 January, 2010
Amnis develops a training programme that focuses on the essential skills needed to plan and run successful projects.
McGraw-Hill launches emergency medicine online training software solution
Training equipment and services : 06 January, 2010
McGraw-Hill Professional launches AccessEmergency Medicine's Custom Curriculum, a cutting-edge functionality that enables emergency medicine (EM) programme directors to create, track, and report usage of resident rotations online.
Elekta receives World Class Manufacturing award
Workforce management : 30 December, 2009
Elekta, the manufacturer of treatment solutions for cancer and brain disorders, is awarded the World Class Manufacturing award by The Manufacturer magazine.
Cardiac marker POC tests lead the way in hospital point-of-care diagnostics
Market research : 29 December, 2009
Cardiac marker POC tests are now widely used in hospitals and have emerged as a successful model of the concept of point-of-care diagnostics concludes a new report from Kalorama Information.
Amnis sets out a process to help hospitals improve performance
Workforce management : 29 December, 2009
The quality, innovation and productivity organisation, Amnis, is sounding a note of caution in the debate over the Dr Foster Hospital Guide and has also set out a process to help those organisations which have been criticised in the Guide to improve performance by developing their internal capabilities.
Kalorama updates EMR uptake survey analysis
Market research : 18 December, 2009
A new report from healthcare market research publisher Kalorama Information, suggests that Washington can encourage physicians to buy electronic medical record systems, but it is the vendors and hospitals that affiliate with physicians that will ultimately determine if they go electronic.
HCRS to provide medical records coding and analysis to US Air Force for training
Training equipment and services : 17 December, 2009
HealthCare Resolution Services (HCRS) is awarded a contract with the US Air Force's Commodities Council to support the Air Education and Training Command (AETC) with medical records coding and analysis, auditing, and provider training.
Microscience 2010 issues first call for papers
Events organisations : 16 December, 2009
Building on the success of previous years, London's ExCeL is to once again host Microscience 2010, Europe's leading international conference and exhibition on microscopy, imaging and analysis in both the life and physical sciences.
Amnis announces first Lean masterclass events of 2010
Workforce management : 15 December, 2009
Amnis is running two Accelerated Lean Skills Programmes (ASLPs) in the early part of 2010.
HPA reports rise in hepattis C diagnoses for 2008
Government agencies and authorities : 14 December, 2009
The Health Protection Agency reports that more than 8,000 people were diagnosed with hepatitis C last year in England.
Roche Diagnostics opens a new west-coast customer training centre in the USA
Training equipment and services : 08 December, 2009
Roche Diagnostics opens a new west-coast customer training centre in Pleasanton, California, USA, as part of an initiative to make state-of-the-art training on diagnostic equipment more accessible to hospitals and independent laboratories on the west and east coasts.
Masterclass series continues to reveal problem solving secrets in healthcare
Workforce management : 07 December, 2009
Amnis and Institute of Healthcare Management are revealing the secrets of problem solving to improve service and deliver service improvement and innovation in healthcare.
HPA reports TB cases continue to increase
Government agencies and authorities : 03 December, 2009
The Health Protection Agency reports that the number of people developing tuberculosis (TB) continues to increase despite earlier signs of stabilising.
Lean approach offers patient safety benefits
Workforce management : 27 November, 2009
Amnis, the quality, innovation and productivity organization, believes that Lean is far more than just a set of tools for improving efficiency and can also drive significant improvements in patient safety.
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