ESMO Congress 2022: Highlights from the world's premier congress in medical oncology James Wadkin 7th Sep 2022
ESMO Congress 2022, the world's premier congress in medical oncology is happening this year in Paris, France from 9th - 13th September 2022. Join the ESMO Congress 2022 Group on MedShr to share conference highlights and to discuss real clinical cases throughout and after the congress.
MedShr's most Compelling Cases of 2021 Maísa Corner 31st Dec 2021
The most fascinating cases posted on MedShr in 2021 chosen by our clinical team.
Sickle Cell Disease - A Public Health Model
Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) is the most common life-threatening genetic disorder among people of African heritage. Each year, over 300,000 children are born with SCD, and many of them do not have access to adequate care to prevent painful crises and prolong their life. Here, we aim to highlight the most effective low cost, preventive interventions in SCD, and help our readers stay up to date on guidance.
Introducing MedShr’s Global Health Programme! MedShr Editor 6th Apr 2021
On World Health Day 2021, MedShr is delighted to announce the launch of our new Global Health Programme, connecting over 1.5 million healthcare professionals in 190 countries. Find out more here.
LetsBeatCOVID.net joins NHS Project OASIS
https://letsbeatcovid.net/ is now supplying anonymous data to the NHS through Project OASIS and has assessed to the NHS Digital Health Technology Standard
Coronavirus: NHS COVID-19 Deaths Analysed
This analysis of COVID-19 deaths in NHS workers looks at mortality in healthcare professionals in the UK.
#COVID19 How to fit check your FFP mask
A quick guide on how to fit check and store your FFP mask
#COVID19 Resuscitation of in hospital cardiac arrest in COVID19 patients: a futile exercise?
Data from Wuhan shows very poor outcomes from in hospital cardiac arrest - only 2.9% survival to 30 days, 0.7% with good neurological outcome.
#COVID19 Should we re-use N95 FFP masks?
Multiple mechanisms are available to re-sterilise and re-use N95 masks
#COVID19 Why should HCPs wear FFP masks?
Why should doctors, nurses and HCPs wear FFP and not surgical masks?
COVID19: Simple, successful modelling of a human tragedy
Douglas Isles has produced a simple, reductive model that forecasts COVID-19 deaths
WHO Statement on COVID-19 transmission
WHO review the data on droplet and airborne COVID-19 transmission
Returning to Medicine in the COVID-19 pandemic
With returning to medicine under the spotlight this insightful article from Dr Rachel Rummery, HEE Clinical Lead for Return to Practice
UK Pandemic Scientific Group: 12 months Social Isolation
Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Modelling suggest the restrictions will have to last much longer.