The first study into the impact on the NHS of a new type of health worker in hospitals, known as Physician Associates, has found that they benefit medical and surgical teams over a wide range of specialities
Scientists at the University of Birmingham have developed a novel eye drop that rapidly reduces sight-threatening scarring to the surface of the eye.
Four students from the College of Medical and Dental Sciences recently attended the 13th World Conference on Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Healthcare Law in Jerusalem, organised by UNESCO.
The University of Birmingham will be part of a £6.1 million research project aimed at finding new ways to use ultrasonic tools for complex robot-assisted surgery. Read more.
Four students recently presented at the All Together Better Health IX Conference in Auckland the leading international conference for Interprofessional Education (IPE).
Phoebe Hazenburg, a final year MBChB student, reports on her experiences after being selected to attend the Utrecht Summer School on Global Child Health by kind invitation of the University of Amsterdam's Medical School.
The University of Birmingham's Head of the School of Dentistry, Professor Iain Chapple, has received a prestigious award to recognise his outstanding research in periodontal disease.
Dr Miranda Pallan of the Institute of Clinical Sciences writes for the Birmingham Brief on how the rate of children classed as obese continues to rise.
The significant contribution of Professor Julian Bion for services to intensive care medicine has been recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.
Frontline health professionals must be better supported to identify and support victims of domestic violence, according to a report by nurse researcher Dr Caroline Bradbury-Jones.