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Looking after the NHS workforce must be a top priority, say experts

Written by | 25 Apr 2024

Looking after the NHS workforce is not only an ethical imperative but also a sound investment and must be a top priority, say experts in the third report… read more.

Largest-ever study of palliative care demonstrates scalable strategy to increase support for seriously ill patients in the hospital

Written by | 4 Feb 2024

Ordering a palliative care consultation by “default” – via an automatic order programmed into the electronic medical record that doctors may cancel if they choose – is an… read more.

Elderly patients receiving high-quality primary care are more likely to receive varicella-zoster virus vaccination on doctor’s recommendation

Written by | 24 Sep 2023

Aging has been identified as a significant risk factor for herpes zoster, a skin disease caused by the same virus that causes chickenpox. With the aging of the… read more.

Navigating telemedicine implementation: exploring experiences of primary care clinicians early in the COVID-19 pandemic

Written by | 30 Jul 2023

Researchers from Virginia Commonwealth University and Case Western Reserve University conducted weekly and monthly surveys of primary care clinicians to examine the use of telemedicine during the COVID-19… read more.

Pharmacists’ communication skills are associated with physician prescription changes

Written by | 24 Jul 2023

Effective communication among healthcare professionals is essential for ensuring safe medical care. Assertiveness, the ability to express oneself candidly while respecting others, is seen as a crucial factor… read more.

The higher the primary care function experienced, the lower the stress on family caregivers

Written by | 11 Jul 2023

People caring for family members at home (family caregivers) face more substantial psychological and physical challenges than noncaregivers. Therefore, healthcare professionals must pay attention to the stress of… read more.

A puff of air could deliver your next vaccine

Written by | 28 Mar 2023

Nobody likes needles, but they’re necessary for delivering many vaccines and biologics into the body. But what if those could be puffed through the skin instead, with just… read more.

Virtual care associated with significant environmental and patient cost savings

Written by | 23 Oct 2022

A new study by researchers at ICES, Lawson Health Research Institute and Western University finds that virtual care during the COVID-19 pandemic led to a significant reduction in carbon dioxide emissions and patient… read more.

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