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  1. News Article
    Scientists have warned that emerging data on Long Covid in children should not be ignored given the lack of a vaccine for this age group, but cautioned that the evidence describing these enduring symptoms in the young is so far uncertain. Recently published data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) suggests that 13% of under 11s and about 15% of 12 to 16 year olds reported at least one symptom five weeks after a confirmed COVID-19 infection. Although children are relatively less likely to become infected, transmit the virus and be hospitalised, the key question is whether e
  2. Content Article
    This safety update report is based on detailed analysis of data up to 24 January 2021. At this date, an estimated 5.4 million first doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and 1.5 million doses of the Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccine had been administered, and around 0.5 million second doses, mostly the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, had been administered. As of 24 January 2021, for the UK: 16,756 Yellow Cards have been reported for the Pfizer/BioNTech 6,014 have been reported for the Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccine 50 have been reported where the brand of the vaccine
  3. News Article
    The number of covid positive patients in English hospitals fell by 1,491 yesterday, by far the biggest decline recorded since the start of the pandemic. The previous record was set during the decline of the first wave, when numbers fell 1,055 on 17 April. The largest drop in the third wave before yesterday’s record was the 798 seen last Saturday. The national total of covid positive hospital patients now stands at 30,846, a drop of 9 per cent on the peak set on 18 January, but still 163 per cent of the mid-April peak. All seven English regions are now seeing a week-on-week decli
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    The importance of healthcare data and good data practices continues to grow as the COVID-19 pandemic drives further digitalisation and creates new data streams. This free online event from the King's Fund explores the importance of patients trusting that their health and care data will be safely and responsibly used by the NHS. Now is the time to come together and look at how we can modernise protocols and ensure trust is built with the public. This event is the first in a series exploring how we put trust, transparency and fair value at the centre of digital health and care. Our expert
  5. News Article
    The growth in covid positive hospital patients is rapidly slowing in every English region and appears to have stopped in the south east. The weekly increase in covid inpatients across England fell to 8% yesterday, the first time it had dropped to single figures since 12 December. A week earlier, on 10 January, the growth rate stood at 23%. There are now 33,352 covid hospital patients in English hospitals, an increase of 2,594 in the last seven days. The previous week had seen a rise of 5,801. The weekly growth rate of covid positive hospital patients in the seven English regions
  6. Event
    The New Existence Webinar Series will take an in-depth look at The New Existence framework from The Beryl Institute. Helping to link core ideas and apply practices, each session in the series will focus on a key aim and corresponding actions of The New Existence. This webinar series will help to explore how lead together into the future of healthcare. The full webinar series is listed below. Webinars are scheduled from 2:00-3:00pm ET/1:00-2:00pm CT. Participants are not required to attend each webinar in the series. Click on a title below to register for the individual webinars in the se
  7. Event
    This webcast provides a tutorial on the AHRQ Surveys on Patient Safety Culture™ (SOPS®) Data Entry and Analysis Tool. Speakers will demonstrate how you can enter your SOPS survey data into the tool and it will automatically create tables and graphs to display your survey results. The tool allows healthcare organisations to compare results to the data in SOPS Databases. Register
  8. News Article
    A drug used to treat rheumatoid arthritis appears to help patients who are admitted to intensive care with the most severe coronavirus infections, researchers say. Tocilizumab, a medicine that dampens down inflammation, improved outcomes for critically ill patients, according to early results from an international trial investigating whether the drug and others like it boost survival rates and reduce the amount of time patients spend in intensive care. The findings have not been peer-reviewed or published in a journal, but if confirmed by more trial data, the drug will be on track to
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