As the dust starts to settle on the troubling results of Britain’s first race disparity audit published by the UK Government on 10 October 2017, many Talent Acquisition leaders are now becoming more aware of the critical role they play
It is a measure of quite how far the mighty have fallen that UK Universities may consider learning some lessons from the Catholic Church in how to deal with a crisis. This is now becoming a serious reputational risk.
The pursuit and
Intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy (ICP), also known as obstetric cholestasis (OC), is the most common liver condition specific to pregnancy. Although the etiology is still being researched, it is known that hormones, genetics and the environment all play a part
Topical silicone gels have been the favoured treatment of medical experts in scar management for some time.
A new entrant to the UK market claims that its blend of five silicones gives it unique power to maintain the skin’s moisture balance,
A new report published today by the RCM on the opening day of their national conference has revealed the true cost to the NHS of the current shortage of midwives – £97 million.
Since last November the RCM has maintained that
In recent years the European migrant crisis has etched innumerable heart-breaking images on to our collective conscience, non more so than the tragic death of Alan Kurdi, washed ashore on a beach near Bodrum in September 2015.
However among the stories of
All parents want the best for their baby and many dog owners are understandably confused or worried about how to prepare a pet for their new arrival.
However midwives can play a key role in putting minds at ease by recommending
Each Baby Counts is the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG’s) national quality improvement programme, launched in October 2014, aiming to halve the number of babies who die or are left severely disabled as a result of preventable incidents
The alleviation of patient pain associated with perineal wounds after labour is a frequent problem faced by health professionals which has few obvious solutions.
For new mums; tears, bruising, swelling and episiotomies are just a few causes of pain and discomfort
Recently there have been some real steps forward towards reducing group B Strep (GBS) infections in newborn babies. In September, the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (RCOG) published their updated clinical guideline on preventing early-onset group B Strep infection(i).