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‘We need to get better at marketing primary care’

News Professor Trish Greenhalgh told delegates at the WONCA World Conference that more needs to be done to address public and political perceptions. Professor Trish Greenhalgh…

The burden and dynamics of hospital-acquired SARS-CoV-2 in England

Quantifying the number of hospital-acquired infections Inferential approach We estimate the total number of hospital-acquired infections in trust i (combining observed and unobserved infections), zi, by applying Bayes’ formula: $$P(z_i|\,y_i,\rm\pi…

‘Goblin mode’: new Oxford word of the year speaks to the times | Language

“Goblin mode” has been chosen by the public as the 2022 Oxford word of the year. The term, which refers to “a type of behaviour which is unapologetically self-indulgent, lazy,…

Johns Hopkins pulls ‘lesbian’ definition after uproar over use of ‘non-men’ instead of ‘women’

Johns Hopkins University removed an online glossary of LGBTQ terms and identities this week after its definition of the word “lesbian” used the term “non-men” to refer to women and…

A Conversation With Medicare Director Meena Seshamani, MD, PhD

Medicare Director Meena Seshamani, MD, PhD The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services When the Medicare and Medicaid Act was signed into law in 1965, the path to entrepreneurship and…

Medical Humanities | TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities

Medical humanities examines the relationship between health and society, situating medicine and disease within their political, social, historical, ethical, and cultural contexts.  It often uses ideas, tools and methods from…

What are lytic lesions and how do they relate to multiple myeloma?

Lytic lesions refer to areas of bone destruction that result in holes. They typically occur due to a disease, such as cancer. In some cases, they may result in painful…

Open access journal publication in health and medical research and open science: benefits, challenges and limitations

Scientific progress, including in evidence-based medicine, requires all available evidence to be accessed, scrutinised, interpreted and used. Missing or incomplete evidence creates biases and errors in later research. Open science…

What Is Mental Health Respite Care?

When caregivers need more support, respite care is available to families caring for their loved one’s mental health. This care makes it possible for caregivers to manage their health and…

What are they, examples, and types

Cohort studies are a type of research design. They are also called longitudinal studies because they follow groups of people over time. Results from cohort studies can help people understand…