Sexual harassment in healthcare has become ‘normalised’ and not enough is being done to address it. These are the bleak findings from a new survey of more than 2,000 nurses carried out by Nursing Times and UNISON.
Recent times have been very challenging. The pandemic, which has killed over four million people globally and infected 200 million with long-lasting symptoms that debilitate, has had many other consequences.
Ransomware attacks are becoming increasingly prevalent. While recent headlines may have highlighted ‘big business’ being attacked, cyber criminals are indiscriminate in the size of organisation they target.
By Laura Gillespie, Pinsent Masons on 05 September 2021
When a group of MPs (Members of Parliament) call for ‘precaution’ to address an unproven link between an exposure and a disease, it invites applause as well as healthy scepticism. Such a call prompts especially these two questions: (1) are the authors truly interpreting the science in a ‘precautionary’ way?; and (2) are they calling for specific action(s) that truly embody precaution?
By Professor Adam Finkel, University of Michigan School of Public Health on 01 September 2021