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Toby blog
04 Oct 2021
Most, if not all, of us have switched off during a presentation and many of you will have switched off by the time you have got to the end of this blog, assuming that you will even get that far! We can sit through an hour long training session and not learn a single thing, yet grasp a concept from a 5-minute podcast or a picture. ...more
Els Blog Awards
17 Sep 2021
Earlier this month, Springer Healthcare IME were excited to attend the industry’s premier awards ceremony – the Communique Awards 2021 – held at the rather glamorous Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane. Our Cardiovascular Health and Type 2 Diabetes programme (developed in collaboration with MedShr) had been shortlisted as a Finalist in the Excellence in Professional Education Programmes category. ...more
November swim_blog
20 Jul 2021
Regular exercise is good for you, in moderation. No denying that. You might be incentivised by endless social media posts showing buff bodies promising that if we work harder and longer we will be stronger and, of course, better looking. And because exercise stimulates the release of natural pain-controlling chemicals, endorphins, and anti-depressant chemicals, enkephalins, the ‘exercise high’ is both motivator and reward. It could also lead to reducing drug intake, such as OTC medications for pain and prophylactics. ...more
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08 Jul 2021
How would you define a ‘rare disease’? A disease that affects very few people, isn’t it? In the European Union, a rare disease is ‘one that affects no more than 1 person in 2000.’ It might seem a very low rate, but in Europe alone there are approximately 30 million people living with one of over 6000 identified rare diseases ...more