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Construction Pipeline shows hope for healthcare sector

Construction Pipeline shows hope for healthcare sector  » 

New government figures show there are a total of 520 projects in the pipeline in the healthcare sector, worth £995.39m to industry during the current financial year.

Setting a benchmark for palliative care

Setting a benchmark for palliative care  » 

A new benchmark has been set for palliative care environments following comments from a relative of a woman who passed away at a Blackpool hospice.

Is off-site construction the answer to hospital crisis?

Is off-site construction the answer to hospital crisis?  » 

Reports over recent months of hospitals struggling to deal with an influx of patients over the busy winter period have led to calls for trusts to adopt more-innovative solutions to the lack of space.

Party Politics: The general election and future spending on healthcare infrastructure

Party Politics: The general election and future spending on healthcare infrastructure  » 

In the very long run up to the 2015 General Election, all three main parties strive to establish their NHS credentials, each proclaiming the value of this national treasure and confirming their support for it. But how do the spending plans of the parties differ and how will these plans translate into infrastructure spending?

Taking to the skies to enhance trauma services

Taking to the skies to enhance trauma services  » 

Every second counts when dealing with serious injuries, and the first hour after any incident is critical.

A picture of good health

A picture of good health  » 

Hospitals are big buildings – with endless corridors, various floors and wings, and thousands of rooms.

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Giving birth to The Lion

Giving birth to The Lion  » 

Increased investment in primary care facilities is vital if the NHS is to cut back on the use of expensive walk-in centres and reduce pressure on hospital A&E services.

The impact of art on autism

The impact of art on autism  » 

New research is providing evidence of how artwork can help to enhance the lives of people with autism.

From ‘ugly grey box’ to state-of-the-art buildings

From ‘ugly grey box’ to state-of-the-art buildings  » 

If you think back to your school days, you will no doubt remember lessons being taught in draughty, leaking prefabricated classrooms that were meant to be temporary, but were often still in use decades later.

Gaining the upper hand on infection

Gaining the upper hand on infection  » 

At the 2013 Infection Prevention Conference in London, a leading NHS expert claimed that current hand hygiene audit procedures used by trusts up and down the country were ‘fundamentally flawed’, with some hospitals reporting 100% compliance when the true figures were probably much lower.

Waste not, want not

Waste not, want not  » 

Hospitals are targeted on the number of patients they treat. However, the more people they treat, the more waste is produced. And, the more waste that is produced, the higher the cost of disposal and the greater the impact on carbon emissions.

Taking the pressure off

Taking the pressure off  » 

Pressure ulcers - also known as pressure sores or bed sores - are a painful, distressing, and largely-preventable condition that costs the NHS an estimated £3.8m A DAY.

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