Wythenshawe Research Nurse attends global launch of Nursing Now
Nursing Now is a three year global campaign developed by the International Council of Nurses and the World Health Organization to tackle the changing needs of 21st century healthcare.
Working towards earlier diagnosis and a more targeted approach for respiratory conditions
Professor Jørgen Vestbo blogs about respiratory research funded by the NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre and improving diagnosis and treatment of respiratory conditions.
The importance of safeguarding NHS patients
Catherine Chmiel, Safeguarding Lead for R&I sets out to raise awareness that safeguarding in everybody's business and discusses how and why it is important to report concerning behaviour.
Why the NHS has a vital role to play in pioneering treatments for fatal childhood diseases
As a clinician you get first-hand experience of the benefits, but also limitations, of existing treatments, and naturally identify questions that can often be answered through research.
Advancing gene therapy: a cure for haemophilia?
In this blog, Professor Charles Hay describes the need for a new approach and his thoughts on gene therapy as a potential cure for haemophilia.
CityVerve COPD project is making strides
Jean blogs about her career path and an update on the CityVerve COPD project, which aims to explore how IoT technology can help people with COPD to manage their own condition better.
A midwife’s experience of improvement science
Rainbow Clinic midwife, Louise Stephens, blogs about her experience on Haelo-run improvement science course, IS4L
What research are we doing into Inflammatory Bowel Disease?
Jane Taylor, Senior Clinical Research Nurse in Gastroenterology, blogs about research underway into Inflammatory Bowel Disease and her experience of being a research nurse.