The majority of women’s healthcare units in the UK, including services such as maternity and gynaecological cancers, have adapted well to the initial COVID-19 outbreak, according to a new survey by University of Warwick researchers.
Second survey of UK nurses and midwives highlights ongoing concerns about their health, training and strain on mental health during COVID-19
The second round of results from a three-survey study published today by a collaboration involving the University of Warwick highlights the ongoing concerns nurses and midwives in the UK have about COVID-19 and the risks it poses to their own physical and mental health, as well as the health of their families.
Researchers in Warwick Medical School at the University of Warwick have developed a way to create more crucial reagents for use in COVID-19 tests that could also provide enhancements to the use of, and production of, future tests.
Increased risk of heart disease, high blood pressure and type two diabetes later in life for child abuse survivors, new study finds
People who have experienced maltreatment during childhood are significantly more likely to develop conditions such as heart disease, high blood pressure and type two diabetes in adulthood, a new UK study has found.
Health professionals on the frontline of the fight against COVID-19 have been given a guide to through the mass of information on the virus thanks to a team of University of Warwick researchers and hospital clinicians.