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Tomorrow in the making: immersive education in healthcare

Immersive reality (XR) is still in its relative infancy but, boosted by the pandemic and global staffing crisis, it’s already starting to disrupt education...

A health crisis under scrutiny

Terms of reference for the long-awaited Inquiry into the Covid-19 pandemic have now been published and it is clear that health and social care...

Keeping the conversation civil

Dr Lynne McKinlay, Senior Medical Educator, Risk Prevention Education Faculty, Medical Protection Society Partnerships (MPS Partnerships) looks at the role civility can play in...

The doctor will see you now

The crisis in primary care has coincided with a ‘want it now’ consumer culture and the digital technology to make on-demand access a reality....

Your health in your hands

Microchip implants remain a long way from the mainstream but the technology is already moving beyond key fobs and contactless payments to health monitoring...

Digital clinical trials: a new era

Dr Michelle Tempest and George Holden of Candesic, investigate the emerging market and white space in digital clinical trials and discuss how mixing old...

City limits: self-pay demand in the Capital

All of the evidence is pointing to a sustainable growth story for the UK self-pay market, but there are indications of a tale of...

Vision for the future

Demand for vision correction has boomed in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Dr Ali Mearza, consultant ophthalmic surgeon and co-founder of OCL Vision,...

Harnessing the new opportunities

After two year’s online, the Private Healthcare Summit 2022 was buzzing with the idea that the private healthcare sector has entered a new age...

The power of community

As waits for NHS cataract operations continue to soar, Imran Rahman, CEO & consultant ophthalmologist at CHEC, explains how local, community-based services could provide...