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Research finds that community based hypertension screening and encouraging people with raised blood pressure to seek care and adopt blood pressure lowering behaviour changes could have an impact on systolic blood pressure at the population level
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"The temptation is strong for enterprising doctors to explore the fringes of medicine for gold, often in the fast growing wellness and aesthetic industries. That siren song must be resisted," says
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Ebola continues to spread in the DRC, raising important questions about what constitutes effective intervention in an unstable landscape and what might mitigate the scale of a future outbreak
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Radical change to official UK policies on drug use is being demanded as new figures show that Scotland has the highest number of drug related deaths in Europe and possibly the world
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What do jobbing GPs want from integration? "We could do very well without structural upheaval: we just want enough staff of all varieties to care for our patients, and for us—and our computer systems—to be able to talk to each other."
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Hi Pete, thanks for your feedback, we're really glad you're enjoying these. creates these and might be able to help with your queries
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Increased use of social media and computers and longer television viewing times are linked to higher rates of depressive symptoms in adolescents, but playing video games does not increase depression, a Canadian study has found
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"I think that the tide against the stigma of mental illness generally, and mental illness among doctors, is finally turning." looks at recent progress in this area
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Ketamine could herald a new generation of rapid acting antidepressants, researchers have predicted. “We haven’t had anything really new for about 50 or 60 years,” said Allan Young . . . "we need to go to the next technological advance.”
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Peter J Gill 15h
Check out this blog by Kieran Walsh taking about his experience at : Contextualised and evidence based health systems strengthening -
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"In several of our medical programmes, we have found high rates of drug resistant infections. We’re running out of options to treat these patients." calls for new strategies to develop antibiotics that rely on public responsibility
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@NHS / Kate 18h
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‘a quiet revolution has been taking place over the past decade, with increasing numbers of NHS staff travelling to Africa and Asia to train and support their counterparts overseas’ – Dr Titilola Banjoko reflects on our latest report in the
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The UK conglomerate Reckitt Benckiser will pay $1.4bn to resolve civil litigation and criminal investigations launched by the US government over its marketing of Suboxone, an opioid addiction treatment
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“While many of our patients spend a significant amount of time at work, we are often unaware of what their work involves and the impact it can have on their health.” Shriti Pattani on understanding the impact patients’ work has on their health
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We have known for decades that people with a learning disability experience premature deaths. What will it take to change the status quo, asks Keri-Michѐle Lodge
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by asks if the Irish word GUBU offers an adequate description of UK politics in 2019. And what might a Boris Johnson premiership mean for the and health?
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🚨🔊Heres the link to the collection I've been banging on about! 📖Get reading these great papers and bookmark this link for more to come! 🌍More to come on
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Ready for our 11am session in the Nelson Mandela Lecture Theatre! We’ve got and from , with , and on Making Research Evidence Relevant, Replicable and Accessible to End Users 🙌
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