NewsFebruary 15, 2021
Construction falls for first time since the summer
The ONS has revealed that construction output in December 2020 was down 2.9 per cent from November, falling to its lowest level since August.
AcuteFebruary 4, 2021
We are failing to protect refugees from the pandemic
Integrated Care Journal (ICJ) Editor Francesco Tamilia spoke to Arash Bordbar, Chair of the Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN) about the main challenge refugees around the world are facing during the covid-19 pandemic.
HealthFebruary 3, 2021
The challenge of restarting education
Anna Dickinson, Policy and Operations Executive for Public Policy Projects (PPP), provides an overview of a recent PPP webinar on the challenge of restarting education in the Covid-19 era.
HealthJanuary 28, 2021
How remote monitoring can protect BAME lives during Covid-19
Covid-19 has adversely affected people’s health across the globe, and many have lost their lives due to complications from having other medical conditions like high blood pressure (HBP) and Type2 diabetes (T2D).
HealthJanuary 21, 2021
Seven NHS trusts go live with vaccine booking app for staff
Health Call has developed a new online booking platform for healthcare staff to book their Covid-19 vaccinations. So far, seven NHS trusts across the North East and North Cumbria have gone live with the app.
HealthJanuary 20, 2021
Antibody testing in a vaccination setting
In our drive to vaccinate the nation, we must not overlook the importance of antibody testing to help prioritise vaccine resources.
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.
HealthJanuary 14, 2021
How has Covid-19 affected employee relations?
A recent report has found that Covid-19 has improved employment relations, but evidences the need for investment into HR focusing on people skills and increasing freedom for frontline managers to make use of informal resolutions.
EducationJanuary 13, 2021
UK requires “National Education Task Force”
Independent SAGE have proposed a new "Safe School Policy' aimed at mitigating the harms of closures and enabling pupils to return to schools safely as soon as possible.
HealthJanuary 5, 2021
New antigen test launched in UK for rapid detection of Covid
The CLINITEST Rapid COVID-19 Antigen Test from Siemens Healthineers helps identify infected individuals in 15 minutes so they can isolate sooner and avoid spreading coronavirus.
HealthJanuary 4, 2021
WHO officially approves the first vaccine for global emergency use
The World Health Organization has now listed the Pfizer/BioNTech mRNA vaccine for emergency use, making it the first to receive emergency validation from WHO since the outbreak began a year ago
Health PolicyDecember 15, 2020
Rural hospitals left in the lurk says Nuffield Trust
Hospitals in remote and rural areas face a steep climb to recover waiting lists if national pandemic measures continue to overlook long-stated workforce and capacity challenges.
Op EdDecember 2, 2020
The National Infrastructure Strategy - better, greener, and faster?
Last week, the Government published its long-awaited National Infrastructure Strategy which sets out the vision for the future of the UK's infrastructure. With broad aims and significant ground to cover, is this strategy too little, too late?
Health PolicyDecember 2, 2020
NHS to undergo a bureaucracy busting drive
The Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock has announced a new drive to motivate frontline health and care staff by reducing unnecessary bureaucracy and locking in positive changes seen during the pandemic. 

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