Delphi Study Round One – A study across NHS England Hospital Trust operating theatres.
Managing NHS backlogs and waiting times in England.
Steroid injections worsen knee arthritis, according to two new studies.
First robotic hysterectomy completed in Wales.
World’s first algae-based local anaesthetic another step closer to reality.
How new bacterial species siscovered in Asian soil could help battle against antibiotic resistance
New research calls for all health and care staff to be trained in AI
Reducing noise in operating theatre improves children’s behaviour after surgery, study finds
Brain tumour patient operated on awake while playing saxophone
No difference between spinal versus general anaesthesia in patients having hip fracture surgery finds study
Why are intra-operative surgical Never Events still occurring in NHS operating theatres?
Radical rethink needed to improve safety in health and social care.
World Anaesthesia Day 2022: History, significance, celebrations and theme.
£4 million “space-age” operating theatre will help bring down eye surgery backlog.
Two thirds of nurses choosing between food and fuel as cost of living bites and one in five turn to food banks.
‘An inspirational story’: Hartlepool cleaner changes career to become hospital nurse.
Service evaluation of the current World Health Organisation’s Surgical Safety Checklist in spine surgery at the University Hospitals of Derby & Burton. Could this lead to a change in NHS Improvement?
The Anaesthetic Gas Scavenging System Project.
Cancelled operations could be prevented by an earlier anaemia test and time to prepare.
The top 10 things experts need you to know about screening during Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month September 2022
£35.5m for New Friarage Hospital Operating Theatres.
New robotic surgical system revolutionises patient care at UHCW.
Insourcing: Giving NHS operating theatre teams a helping hand.
Arterial stiffness raises blood pressure in adolescents via insulin resistance.
Birmingham’s Public Health Chief is among sector leaders to receive university honours,
There are 330,000 admissions to ear, nose and throat (ENT) departments every year in England and 2.8 million ENT outpatient appointments. This GIRFT report for ENT reviewed 126 ENT units across the country and makes 23 recommendations to improve care for patients and reduce costs for the NHS, including:
increasing the use of day case surgery for ENT.
reducing late cancellations.
freeing up consultant time by making better use of specialist nurses.
Watch a short video summary of the report