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A climate of change for emergency services
Hospitals: Delivering a different approach
Free to read. Ruth Wozencroft explores whether it is necessary to redesign or redevelop out of date hospitals to avoid a catastrophic event or the dilution of quality care - Written by Ruth Wozencroft. (Volume 15, Issue 1)[Hospitals and extreme weather events]Hospitals and extreme weather events
Does the climate affect hospitals? Most people would answer no, surely it's what happens inside the building that matters, not the environment surrounding it. Ruth Wozencroft explores why this is not the case - Written by Ruth Wozencroft. (Volume 14, Issue 4)
Hospitals and extreme weather events
Does the climate affect hospitals? Most people would answer no, surely it's what happens inside the building that matters, not the environment surrounding it. Ruth Wozencroft explores why this is not the case - Written by Ruth Wozencroft. (Volume 14, Issue 4)[Contingency planning for hospitals]Contingency planning for hospitals
What if a hospital is at the centre of a crisis, emergency or disaster and is unable to function? CRJ Key Network Partner Ruth Wozencroft discusses - Written by Ruth Wozencroft. (Volume 14, Issue 3)
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The growing need for sustainable hospitals
The threat of pandemics
What are the two most vital elements for sustained good health?
Problem pests – vicious vectors
Preparing for the storm
The lesser-known hospital heroes
Mobile delivery rooms can provide valuable services to maternity services under strain
Funding has been pledged to build several new hospitals in the UK before 2030 in what promises to be the biggest programme of hospital building in a generation, according to the UK Government. Ruth Wozencroft of Q-Bital Healthcare Solutions outlines her i
What did you do this weekend? How did you fill that 48 hours? The weekly shop maybe, sports sessions for children, household chores, socialising or simply catching up on some rest? Ruth Wozencroft of CRJ Key Network Partner Q-bital Healthcare Solutions ex
Ruth Wozencroft of CRJ Key Network Partner, Q-bital Healthcare Solutions, tells us that on the face of it, the answer is simple – clean air and clean water.
With the rise in temperature over the summer months comes an increase in the number of flying insects that can make their way into homes, onto food and on car windscreens. In everyday life, they are simply an annoyance.
Close your eyes and think of a hospital. What do you see?
Fuelled by TV and film depictions, perhaps you see the busy environment of the Emergency Department? Or brightly lit operating theatres where surgeons and their teams carry out life-saving and
Nothing is quite as emotive as the image of a new-born baby and its mother. There is a level of expectation around pregnancy and childbirth – that there will be high standards of care and that the process will be safe.