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Community healthMarch 11, 2021
Heatwaves are killing thousands every year – it will get worse
The damage of heatwaves to human health, productivity and lifestyles is growing. This is primarily because of the increasing likelihood of heatwaves caused by climate change. What are the impacts of this silent killer and what can be done about it?

Integrated Care Journal

Community healthApril 8, 2021
Confronting racial inequality in emergency medicine
Dr David Chung and Dr Hodon Abdi of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine speak to ICJ sister publication Hospital Times, dissecting the issue of racial inequalities in the health and care workforce from the perspective of emergency medicine.

World Healthcare Journal

HealthApril 14, 2021
Women in global health
Global health is driven by women, a fact too often ignored in health and care workforce planning.
HealthFebruary 10, 2021
Democratic Republic of the Congo confirms new Ebola case
The Ministry of Health of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has now announced that a new case of Ebola has been detected in the city of Butembo, where a previous outbreak was declared over in June 2020

Primary Care Journal

Health PolicyApril 14, 2021
Making the most of global collaboration post pandemic
One of the most important ways the UK can assist in a global recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic is, firstly, to improve its domestic response by freeing up capacity and the supply of vaccines. Professor James Kingsland reflects on what the UK can do to support the world emerging from the pandemic.
Community healthMarch 22, 2021
Report confirms "the urgent need to level-up access to NHS dentistry"
The Association of Dental Groups (ADG) has welcomed the publication of Public Health England’s report on “Oral health inequalities in England”. The report reveals stark variations between regions in oral health and highlights a clear “north/south” divide.
Health ProfessionsMarch 8, 2021
New leadership programme for GP’s launched
London South Bank University (LSBU), Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and Modality Partnership have launched the first ‘new to partnership’ GP leadership programme to provide primary care leaders with the knowledge and skills they need lead at executive level.  
HealthFebruary 2, 2021
The future of digital primary care
Gianpiero Celino, Clinical Director, Cegedim Healthcare Solutions, outlines a vision for the future of digital healthcare building on the huge progress the NHS made during 2020.
Health PolicyJanuary 18, 2021
Time to end mixed messaging on NHS dentistry
Dr Martin Skipper, Head of Policy for the LDC Confederation highlights major discrepancies in the Government’s strategy for NHS dentistry during the pandemic.
Health PolicyJanuary 4, 2021
Primary care at scale
Primary care at scale (PCaS) entered the lexicon of healthcare in the NHS in England over 10 years ago. It should be regarded as a set of principles rather than an organisational form, albeit when these principles are applied, a larger provider organisation often results.
Health PolicyDecember 1, 2020
No small feat: the challenges of managing Primary Care Networks
As Primary Care Networks take a greater role within the NHS, medical and business leaders must focus on practical considerations for organisational structure and development. This was the purpose of a recent webinar which brought together system leaders from across the sector.

World Infrastructure Journal

TransportApril 14, 2021
Delivering local rail projects of the future
In partnership with CPMS Group, Public Policy Projects (PPP) launched its latest infrastructure inquiry on local transport project delivery.
FishingApril 9, 2021
Ship Happens: Ever Given and Forgotten
After the Ever Given was finally released from the Suez canal yesterday, Dr Sarah Schiffling and Nikolaos Valantasis Kanellos reveal what this means for global supply chains and how we can better plan against crises in the future
NewsMarch 19, 2021
ScotRail to be re-nationalised
Scotland's rail operator ScotRail is to be put under public ownership from next March after contract with Abellio comes to an end.
NewsMarch 17, 2021
Eviction bans extended
Bailiff enforced evictions banned until 31st May while the commercial evictions ban has been extended for a further three months, to 30th June.

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