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Death of baby from hyperinsulinaemic hypoglycaemia prompts safety upgrade at Barts trust


A coroner has sent a report intended to prevent future deaths to the chief medical officer for Barts Health NHS Trust after a newborn baby boy died from undiagnosed low blood sugar levels.Caliel...(image)

Call for new impetus to tackle TB across Europe


The number of new tuberculosis (TB) cases in Europe is falling by just over 4% a year. But this trend is not fast enough to meet the international goal of ending the epidemic by 2030, according to a...(image)

Costs of hospital bed and chair sensors include the time of healthcare workers monitoring them


We agree with Oliver’s reflections on the coroner’s report about Ken Swift, an elderly inpatient who died because of a fall from a hospital bed.1Oliver emphasises the uncertainty in published work...(image)

Role model: Ian Nesbitt


Anne Gulland speaks to Ian Nesbitt, a consultant in anaesthesia and critical care at Freeman Hospital, Newcastle Upon TyneWhen the World Trade Center was destroyed on 11 September 2001 Ian Nesbitt...(image)

Vote on legalising assisted dying in Guernsey is due in months


Politicians in Guernsey look set to vote on the controversial issue of taking steps towards legalising assisted dying, which would be the first such regime in the British Isles.Several members of the...(image)

Strengthening research in the NHS


NHS research is outstanding. A recent review concluded that “the UK punches above its weight internationally,”1 supported by NHS England, the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), the...(image)