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Parliamentary launch of physiology impact study

Parliamentary launch of physiology impact study

Laura was delighted to be invited to the Parliamentary launch, on 6th June 2022, of the first independent analysis of the impact of physiology education to the UK economy – a staggering £22.6 billion every year and more than 777,000 jobs based on data from 2018-19 ( the latest available) and at least a further… Continue reading... Continue reading...

Epidemic of e-thrombosis?

Epidemic of e-thrombosis? Until recently, physiologists and medics thought that deep vein thrombosis (DVT) mainly struck passengers on long haul plane flights – but not anymore. In this short piece I want to look at the ways you can avoid an often unrecognised office danger. It has been called a hidden, silent epidemic. While most of us are… Continue reading... Continue reading...

A Vaccine for COVID-19?

A Vaccine for COVID-19? All over the world, people are locked into their homes wondering when they will next be able to sit in a cinema or hug the people they love. Who is putting together a rescue plan? I’m sure that people are wishing for one that might enable us all to get outdoors and back to work?… Continue reading... Continue reading...