The Royal Bucks aims to build a specialist rehabilitation network across the globe, says Chris Campbell, Business Development Director and Andrew Norman, Hospital Director
David Cole, CEO of Q-bital Healthcare Solutions, explains how mobile solutions can provide rapid first-class care for health facilities in need
What made two orthopaedic surgeons switch from operating theatres to a tech start-up? WHJ’s Fabian Sutch-Daggett talks to the founders of Doctify about the growing importance of patient reviews in healthcare, and why trust and transparency is key to the industry in the digital age
There is exciting potential for innovation in healthcare in the AI strategy, says Dr Naila Siddiqui Kamal, Clinician and CEO at MedRet Healthcare
Annie Meharg, CCO of XenZone, explains how mental health provision can be easily and readily developed through digital and mHealth services
A newly developed, non-invasive and accurate MRI test for prostate cancer could help to revolutionise screening methods for the disease.
UK cancer care is reaching new heights through enhanced provision of proton beam therapy, says WHJ Editor Sarah Cartledge
New malaria vaccines aim to move beyond reducing malaria disease and death to the longer-term goals of elimination and eradication, says Dr Bahijja Raimi-Abraham, Lecturer in Pharmaceutics at Kings College London, and Professor Trevor M Jones, founder member of Medicines for Malaria.
Belgian non-profit APOPO which train rats to smell TB and detect landmines, will meet with the woman who can smell Parkinson's.
A Scottish woman has prompted new research into pain insensitivity following a routine hand surgery without pain relief.