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Back Issues 2019

May 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - May 2019

Digital Edition Highlights:
In depth coverage of this month's surgical and anaesthetic news.
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Researchers Discover How Eating Feeds into the Body Clock

 

New Campaign in England to Raise Awareness of Organ Donation Law Change, the Options and How to Register a Decision

 

Risk Factors Indentified for Patients Undergoing Knee Replacements

 

Newly Discovered Gene Mutation Reduces Fear and Anxiety and Increase Social Interaction

 

NHS Scotland Largest Reductions in Surgical Deaths EVER Documented

 

New £5.7m Operating Theatres Open at Nottingham's QMC

 

Professional Life and Chronic Diseases

 

Nominations Are Open for Our Health Heroes 2019

 

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April 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - April 2019

Digital Edition Highlights:
In depth coverage of this month's surgical and anaesthetic news.
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Considerations for the Perioperative Management of Diabetes Mellitus, in Regards to the Underpinning Pathophysiology


Bethany Chesworth, Student ODP, Cardiff University
Reader submitted article

 

Rethinking Consent in the Age of Facebook and Cambridge Analytica

 

Poor Team-working Among Surgeons Must Be Challenged No Matter How Uncommon, Says RCS

 

Facing the Future: BAOMS Junior Trainees Group Conference Discusses What Might Be

 

Prospective Drug Found By Testing in Human Heart Muscle Grown from Stem Cells

 

High Blood Pressure, Diabetes and Obesity Each Linked to Unhealthy Brains

 

Innovative Training Programme Gives International Doctors Increased Communication Skills

 

Professionals and Volunteers Recognised in First National Organ Donation and Transplantation Awards

 

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March 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - March 2019

Digital Edition Highlights:
In depth coverage of this month's surgical and anaesthetic news.
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NHS Managers 'improve efficiency' According to New Research

 

New Clues as to why Non-smokers, as well as Smokers, Develop COPD

 

Scientists Unravel Genetic Basis of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy in Finns

 

Digital Skills Challenges Most Effectively Addressed Through Collaboration

 

Event Brings Together Health Professionals to Seek Waiting Time Solutions

 

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RCSEd Says New NHS Staff Survey Results Show Continued Rise in Bullying and Harassment

 

New Research Suggests a Simple Blood Test Could Improve the Early Detection of Lung Cancer

 

ODP: The Apprentice

 

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February 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - February 2019

Digital Edition Highlights:
In depth coverage of this month's surgical and anaesthetic news.
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"Oh my god it's a patient on ECMO!"
But What's It All About?
(Reader submission)

 

A New Role for the Brain's Support Cells in Controlling Circadian Rhythms of Animal Behaviour

 

Surgery Remains the Most Effective Weight Loss Treatment for Severely Obese Adults

 

Health Service Staffing Is Compromising Patient Health, Says UNISON

 

Southampton NHS Treatment Centre Makes CQC 'Outstanding' Hat Trick for Care UK

 

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The quick reference to the important stories, catch up over coffee.
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More Die After Surgery Than From HIV, TB and Malaria Combined - study

 

Surgical Safety Checklist Still Faces Implementation Challenges 10 Years Later

 

Trusts Urged to Review Spinal Surgery Practice to Reduce Cases of Paralysis and Save NHS £27m

 

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January 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - January 2019

Digital Edition Highlights:
In depth coverage of this month's surgical and anaesthetic news.
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New Medical Breakthrough Discovered in the Soil Around Irish Settlement

 

Gene Variations that Reduce Ability to Store Fat Around the Hips Linked to Higher Risk of Diabetes and Heart Attacks

 

Outcomes of Weight Loss Surgery Can be Improved

 

Surgery Set to be Transformed for Millions of Patients by a New Wave of Technologies

 

Sex Differences Identified in Deadly Brain Tumours

 

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Funding Boost for Initiative Mapping Entire Human Body

 

New Survey Shows Staff Shortages, Absenteeism and Last-minute Roster Changes Provide the Greatest Challenges for Healthcare Providers

 

New Study Sheds Light on Medication Administration Errors Leading to Death – Omission Is a Common Cause

 

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