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Getting Fans back is Football’s biggest Challenge but How can they do that Safely?

Veraco has developed a range of protective covers for door handles, rails, buttons, touch screens etc that stop bacterial and viral growth on surfaces.

Doctors & Scientists write to EMA re COVID-19 Vaccine Safety

A group of scientists and doctors has today issued an open letter calling on the European Medicines Agency (EMA) to answer urgent safety questions regarding COVID-19 vaccines, or withdraw the vaccines’ authorisation.

Using Technology on the Journey to Outstanding Maternity Care

Perfect Ward mobile solution to help define and implement the Trust’s radical new quality programme.

New Rostering Software fights NHS Crisis

Locum’s Nest launches new e-rostering service with a focus on medics’ wellbeing just as government announces funding boost to deploy e-rostering systems across 38 NHS Trusts.

Confused By COVID Travel Tests?

So, as we start to dream of travel again, here are the latest regulations. Please bear in mind that it could be different tomorrow!

Queen’s Pharmacist opens its doors to first Covid-19 Vaccination Patients

John Bell & Croyden pharmacy has today opened its doors to its first patients as part of the NHS’ vaccination programme rollout.

COVID-19 – Crisis communications via an App

Silverline Care is maximising the real-time capabilities of the Perfect Ward digital quality improvement and safety solution to communicate effectively with all staff

Queen’s pharmacist chosen as COVID vaccination site

John Bell & Croyden – established in 1798 and pharmacists to Her Majesty the Queen since 1958 – has been chosen by NHS England as a Covid-19 vaccination site.

Mehiel Foundation Brings Smiles To The Elderly In Care Homes

Mehiel Foundation, a small charitable organisation based in Oxfordshire, UK was founded in 2010 and has undertaken 29 projects in 11 countries around the world

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