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Amidst COVID-19, Virtual Reality Makes "Social Distancing" Simulation Possible - Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine

Leadership of the simulation center at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing has been investigating how to bring virtual simulation to life for some time.

Virtual Simulation and Virtual Reality have a lot of benefits, for example it increases the amount of experiential learning nursing students receive so that new… [more]

Over 400 health research trials restart - 'To stop the coronavirus, the most successful countries slammed their doors shut to visitors. It worked. Until they let outsiders back in.' Tomás Pueyo, The Tusker [Talking-up Scotland Collective]

Feeder Brian McGowan:

From NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde:

Over 400 health research trials have restarted and 51 new ones commenced by the health board as part of its recovery plan. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has between 9,000 and 10,000 patients participating in research studies each year.

140 of… [more]

Blood cancer patients most vulnerable to Covid-19: Study - SCIENCE News

Blood cancer patients are more vulnerable to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, a new study has found.

The study, published in Lancet Oncology on Monday by the UK Coronavirus Cancer Monitoring Project (UKCCMP), found that blood cancer patients were particularly at risk with 57 per cent higher odds of… [more]

HPV vaccine, autonomic dysfunction - another large study finds no links

A recent large, comprehensive study provides evidence that there are no links between the HPV vaccine and autonomic dysfunction. Researchers keep looking for serious adverse events after individuals receive the HPV vaccine, and they keep finding nothing.

I know that I keep presenting new articles that establish the safety and… [more]

30,000 in Oxfordshire take part in NHS research | Oxford Mail

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH), which runs the John Radcliffe, recruited 26,289 participants to 507 studies supported by the National Institute for Health Research.

There were also 4,100 participants in 49 studies in settings such as GP practices.

A further 2,709 people were involved in 59 studies at… [more]

Medical School Requirements - An Overview

Medical School Requirements - An Overview

The medical school requirements, or "prereqs" as they're often called, are similar across schools.

The point of these classes is to help you be prepared for the rigors of medical school.

This will give you an overview of what most schools require.

However, when… [more]

UN Forced to Admit Gates-funded Vaccine is Causing Polio Outbreak in Africa

This really should be one of the biggest public health scandals of the decade, but instead it's given little attention - mainly because of the high-profile nature of the people and organisations involved.

The United Nations has been forced to admit that a major international vaccine initiative is actually… [more]

Asked and Answered - What type of mask should my child wear at school?

About the AuthorScott Rice, MD‘s career in medicine began in 1991, when he graduated with his Medical Degree from  Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia Pa. After medical school, he completed his residency at Tripler Army Medical Center, Pediatrics. He is board-certified in Pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics. Dr. Rice is… [more]

Draft Framework for Equitable Vaccine Distribution

Bridgette applies her experience in health system administration and ethics in health care to her health law practice. Bridgette advises health care providers, ACOs, health plans, PBMs, and laboratories on a variety of regulatory, fraud and abuse, and business planning matters.

With a background in health care operations,… [more]

Ep. 187: Revolutionizing COVID-19 research | Listen time: 35:00

In this episode, we share an American Medical Informatics Association teleconference featuring Ann Marie Navar, MD, Ph.D., associate professor of medicine, Duke Clinical Research Institute and Duke University School of Medicine. She’s joined by Eric Peterson, MD, MPH, distinguished professor of medicine, Duke Clinical Research Institute. Dr. Navar and Dr.… [more]


Welcome to Ark Toxicology 2021

We are pleased to invite researchers, Pharmacologists, toxicologists, clinicians, educators, policy makers in nursing and public health to present their work at the ARK 1st Edition of Toxicology, the ARK Global Summit on Toxicology and Novel Drug Delivery. This congress will offer a unique programme of distinguished keynote speakers, symposia and oral and poster presentations on broad scientific issues covering the congress theme : Widening the possibilities in Toxicology and Novel Drug Delivery.

The ARK Scientific Committee welcomes the submission of high quality abstracts focusing on a wide variety of topics covering:

  • Medical Toxicology
  • Clinical Toxicology
  • Computational Toxicology
  • Food and Nutritional Toxicology
  • Toxicogenomics
  • Forensic Toxicology
  • Enzyme Inhibitors

We are looking forward to welcoming you to Bangkok for the ARK 1st edition of the Toxicology conference!


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