Readers will know from my previous post [Many happy returns! 12 October 2015] that I am looking forward to a big birthday event early next year, when we celebrate 20 years in the field of blood test monitoring. The service has come a very long way since those early days, and our latest offering, TAMONITOR+, due out in the next few weeks, represents another step forward…
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Addressing the challenge of our particular type of DNA might not win any Nobel Prizes, but missed blood tests – where the patient Did Not Attend for a blood test when expected – could be a significant clinical risk resulting in unnecessary hospitalisation. Or worse.
It’s my birthday! Well, not quite. And not mine. Of course I plan to have a birthday within the next twelve months, but I had TAMONITOR in mind when celebrating my next significant milestone. And, strictly speaking it’s not even TAMONITOR’s significant birthday, but you’ll see why.
A recent report from the BBC notes a reduction in teenage pregnancy of 10% over the previous year. While that’s welcome, Public Health England feels that it is important not only to sustain this low level but reduce it further to bring the UK in line with the rest of Europe.
Photo: Andrew Riley CEO Yorkshire and Humber Academic Health Science Network at the end-workshop signing ceremony at the International Bioeconomy Conference in Binhai, China. Even though it’s a couple of weeks since I returned from the Yorkshire and Humber Academic Health Science Network sponsored Open Innovation workshop in Tianjin, China, I’m still nursing the bruises. Not literally […]