What the NHS can learn from global healthcare tech

Old-fashioned processes are inhibiting rapid innovation across the NHS. Here's how three other major healthcare systems around the world are approaching advances in technology

Can your skin ever be too clean?

Revisiting how we think about cleanliness and bacteria could be the key to improving overall skin health. Clean is good, but can you have too much of a good thing?

How teledermatology could help the NHS

For mild or moderate skin conditions, patients and doctors are increasingly turning to teledermatology

Healthcare technology will change lives, eventually

There is some way to go before game-changing technologies are deployed to revolutionise patient care and the working practices of healthcare professionals, but there are encouraging signs of progress

How 5G can revolutionise healthcare

For all the transformative and life-saving benefits that 5G has to offer, a number of obstacles stand in the way of the NHS capitalising on the technology

Working to improve global mental health

There are large disparities in how governments around the world address mental health services, but a number of initiatives are prompting conversations and raising public awareness

We’re living much longer, but are we healthier?

Increases in life expectancy will put unprecedented pressure on our healthcare systems. Exploring the science of ageing and our understanding of co-morbidities will be crucial in tackling this ‘longevity trap’

Better patient compliance could save millions

Digital medicine could provide the answer to the costly questions of patient compliance and failure to follow medical advice correctly