The eagerly awaited NHS app library is scheduled to go live the end of march, however it will only have some apps on offer. Indra Hoshi, clinical lead digital in urgent care at NHS England, spoke at the Digital Technology Show in London earlier this week, commenting that the library will be available this month
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Microsoft aims to build on its past outreach this year and encourage more girls to study Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). To mark International Women’s Day, the company launched its #MakeWhatsNext campaign to help inspire young girls to take the next step. The campaign will introduce new programs and resources to girls including a
Visual impairment, a disability that is feared worldwide, is estimated to affect approximately 2.5 million people aged over 65 in England and Wales alone. Ophthalmology in practice, launched by Hayward medical communications, has been developed as a key resource to aid support for the disability and educate healthcare professionals within the eye care industry. The