Apprentice, Davina Kaur, has risen ‘from the depths of depression’ and a failed suicide attempt to being crowned The Best of British Engineering at the recent Enginuity Skills Awards.
The 7th National CPD-accredited CAMHS conference, being held at The Royal National Hotel in London on 24 June, will explore ‘how the crisis in children and young people’s mental health services has been compounded by COVID-19 and lockdowns’.
Construction has begun on the £60 m redevelopment of Northgate Hospital in Morpeth, designed by Medical Architecture for NTW Solutions – Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust, with the main contractor being Sir Robert McAlpine.
An ‘innovative’ cloud-based service designed to keep security systems up and running, ‘for maximum effectiveness at a minimum cost’, has been launched by Stanley Security.
A poll of politicians from across the political spectrum carried out by YouGov on behalf of the Health for Care 'coalition' reveals that ‘nine out of 10’ MPs say local government does not have enough resource to meet the growing need for social care.
Static Systems Group, the Staffordshire-based designer and manufacturer of nurse call systems, custodial and staff attack alarm systems, bedhead and mobile trunking, wearable communication devices, and fire alarms, has been acquired by Halma.
Seven sites which will test the ways in which connecting people with nature can improve mental wellbeing have been awarded a share of a £5.77 million ‘pot’, Environment Minister, Rebecca Pow, has announced.
NHS Lothian's inpatient Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) are set to move to their new home at the new Royal Hospital for Children and Young People in Edinburgh this month.
The multi-million pound contract awarded to offsite construction specialists, Premier Modular, to provide bespoke modular buildings for COVID-19 testing has been doubled to 50 sites across the UK.
During the pandemic a health and housing scheme in Nottingham is, its proponents say, ‘showing the value of partnership work’ in helping residents find good quality housing that helps them stay healthy, and reduces unnecessary time in hospital.
A British technology start-up focused on helping the elderly live more independently in their own home has received financial backing from the Government.
NHS Property Services has announced that over the next three years it will deliver over 100 key ‘transformational’ projects that will ‘make essential improvements to the healthcare estate for the benefit of patients, and healthcare professionals'.
A webinar being held at 2 pm on Monday 26th October, 2020 will see Trevor Santer, Intastop’s National Sales Manager, highlight some of the research and collaboration that has seen the company develop its SECURA ‘Protecting People’ range.
The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has confirmed that 40 hospitals will be built by 2030 as part of a package worth £3.7 billion, while the proponents of further eight schemes have been invited to bid for future funding.