Month: August 2016

Clean Hands, Clean Surfaces, Half the Battle Against Superbugs

Anyone who has to spend time in hospital will have concerns about the regular media reports on the spread of superbugs in critical hygiene areas of our healthcare organisations, both public and private. While there is some justification for those concerns, it is also true that there is significant under-reporting of the considerable efforts expended […]

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Bird Flu, Ebola, Zika – Whatever Next?

It seems that every few years there is another global outbreak of a previously under-publicised, potentially life changing or lethal virus. We live in a world where travel is so much cheaper and easier than it was 30 or 40 years ago, and in which there is more potential for viruses to spread significantly more […]

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