In recent years, many of the younger members of the royal families from around the world have been getting married and starting families. Most of these new parents can expect the best care modern medicine can offer during the pregnancy, the delivery and the first weeks of having their new baby home. However, this was not […]
This November will see the return of MEDICA, the largest medical industry fair in the world. The event will take place in Düsseldorf, Germany from 12 – 15 November 2018. You’ll be able to discover the latest break-through products that we’ll be exhibiting and join us for interactive demonstrations and hands-on education opportunities.
Over the past few decades, the scope of responsibilities in midwifery has expanded, the amount of independent unsupervised work has increased and the theoretical and practical knowledge required has grown exponentially. A profession that was once deemed vocational is now becoming more academic with Midwifery Bachelor degrees, so how will these changes affect your training […]
A new study was recently published in The Lancet that shows how Cesarean sections have grown in popularity over the past 15 years. In 2000 the worldwide rate of using a C-section was 12%, a number within the acceptable maximum rate of 15% that was established by the World Health Organization. However, by 2015 the percentage […]
Medical skills labs with simulators for student training are an established part of a medical faculty’s training program. They offer a forgiving training environment where mistakes can serve as an excellent training tool. Skills lab training is well documented for improving procedural skills in both novices and experts. Whether complex surgical skills or basic clinical […]
Conjoined twins, also known as “Siamese twins”, are largely a mystery to the medical profession, however, advancements in medicine and surgical procedures are slowly resulting in miracles for families where successful separation can take place and the once-joined twins can go on to lead independent lives.