Immersive Features


  • Open data – the challenges and opportunities for the NHS

  • Treating epileptic children with a ketogenic diet

  • Creating an NHS estate that’s fit for the future

  • Fear of Finding Out

  • Improving perioperative care

Immersive features

  • data network puzzle

    Open data – the challenges and opportunities for the NHS


    Making healthcare data open can offer various advantages, but several issues will need to be addressed if the benefits are to be realised

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    Treating epileptic children with a ketogenic diet


    An HSJ and Nutricia immersive feature explores the potential of ketogenic diets in reducing seizures in epileptic children


    Creating an NHS estate that’s fit for the future

    2020-02-24T06:00:00+00:00By Claire Read

    With continuing challenges to capital funding, only a strategic approach to the NHS estate will result in the facilities required to best meet future need and new types of care

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    Fear of Finding Out


    By driving understanding of health behaviours and the psychological barriers to seeking help, the work of an innovative collaboration has supported the prevention and early intervention agenda

  • Surgeon, surgery, surgical tools,

    Improving perioperative care


    The importance of good perioperative care is being recognised across the NHS. For patients it can mean a safer operation, with fewer complications and a shorter stay in hospital, while for NHS organisations it can mean lower costs and less chance of becoming embroiled in litigation

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    The case for fighting heart failure

    2020-01-29T06:00:00+00:00By Claire Read

    It is likely that with prompter diagnoses and better monitoring, hospital admissions for heart failure will decrease – and costs too

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    Advice from emergency consultants one phone call away

    2019-07-31T05:00:00+01:00By Jennifer Trueland

    A Scottish health board has rolled out a system that provides GPs and paramedics with immediate advice and guidance from emergency department consultants, reports Jennifer Trueland

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    The impact of networks in supporting primary care

    2019-06-17T05:00:00+01:00By Claire Read

    To bridge the divide between primary and secondary care, a CCG has rolled out a new advice and guidance service that gives GPs access to a national network of consultants, reports Claire Read