Woundcare4heroes charity was founded in 2012 with a mission to bridge the gap of trauma aftercare services to provide lifelong care pathways and a single point of contact for veterans transitioning into our NHS following injury during military service.
Wcare4H have spent almost four years exploring the needs for veteran trauma aftercare services, raising awareness amongst practitioners and the veteran community, developing care and wound prevention pathways, providing clinical services, education and advice to healthcare practitioners, veterans and their families.
People who are in their final days of life in hospital should be assisted to receive hydration, according to a draft guideline from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
The European Medicines Agency has launched a review into the safety of medicines called SGLT2 inhibitors that are used to treat type 2 diabetes.
NICE’s latest guideline aims to improve survival rates and reduce variation in the care of patients with melanoma, currently the fastest growing form of cancer.
Outdated treatment, uncertain funding and failure to battle big causes of cancer – with one in five people still smoking – blamed for unnecessary suffering
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has just published new guidelines aimed at helping to improve employee health and wellbeing. The guidance supports a leadership model which promotes the wellbeing of employees, informed by an understanding of the role corporate culture can play in this