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
Demand from UK businesses for Covid-19 lateral flow antigen testing has soared ahead of the new year
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.
Multimedia Editor of Public Policy Projects (PPP) Francesco Tamilia reflects upon the past year of Covid-19: the initial nonchalance, the failed leadership – and the future.
The country has set its sights on the future, planning to emerge from the pandemic healthier than ever
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.
Following the approval of MPs, a new coronavirus tiers system has been introduced in England, replacing the national lockdown introduced on 5 November 2020.
The World Economic Series in association with Diplomat magazine was delighted to welcome Her Excellency Ms Enna Park, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea, and Dae Joong Lee, Director for Development Finance, Ministry of Economy and Finance.
NHS leaders call on the Government to introduce a legal framework for integrated care systems following the successful collaboration seen during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The latest candidate to release results from Phase III trials indicates the vaccine is nearly 95 per cent effective
The Covid-19 mortality rate in the most deprived neighbourhoods in England is more than twice that of the most affluent areas, says the Independent SAGE group.
Innovation in healthcare is developing at an alarming rate. How can we harness this technology to streamline the acute sector?
The spread of the diseases are leaving millions of vulnerable children at heightened risk of preventable childhood diseases.
Daniel Casson, Digital Transformation Advisor to Care England, outlines how Covid-19 has enhanced communication techniques across the sector.
Immunisations and vaccinations are the most effective public health interventions in the world, after clean water. Not only do they promote good health and reduce preventable morbidity and mortality, they also reduce the monumental pressures placed upon national health services.
The Spanish government has imposed a new state of emergency (OCT 25) - the second in just under eight months - in a desperate attempt to bring the dreaded second Covid-19 wave under control
More than 80 per cent of doctors in training have said they suffered from disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic which reduced their access to the learning they need to progress their careers, according to a General Medical Council (GMC) survey published on the 22 October.
Care England, the largest representative body for independent providers of adult social care, has written to the Chancellor seeking clarity and additional financial support for adult social care staff who are required to shield.
At the Virtual Conservative Party Conference, Public Policy Projects hosted a thought-provoking and essential discussion on the development of a coronavirus vaccine
The roll-out of new, World Health Organization (WHO) approved antigen-based rapid diagnostic tests for the novel coronavirus in Africa will significantly boost testing capacity and marks a game changer in the continent’s fight against COVID-19.
Italy, Belgium, and the UK have now announced tightened restrictions and new measures following a surge in coronavirus cases across Europe
One-in-seven UK women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime. Screening for breast cancer and catching the disease early is crucial. Explore how the process has changed over time.
Independent SAGE has called for an “immediate national circuit breaker” to halt the spread of Covid-19 as the Government’s three-tier system of restrictions is “not enough to reverse growth”.
Nearly one million women in the UK missed potentially lifesaving NHS breast screening due to Covid-19, say new warnings on the eve of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.