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Royal Brompton Hospital treating Insomnia with CBTi

Sleeping is a basic human need- like breathing, eating and drinking. It is vitally important for physical health. In this article, we hear from an expert at Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Specialist Care, Dr Alanna Hare, about why it’s so important to treat sleep disorders.

 

Around 30 to 50 per cent of the adult population […]

By |April 15th, 2019|Conditions, Hot Topics|0 Comments

Why doctors should be on Twitter and how to get started today

Continuing ongoing communication with your audience on Twitter can have long-term benefits for you as a professional and for your healthcare organisation, as well as a tangible impact on your patients. This positive impact can occur when the platform is used correctly to develop relationships and spread worthwhile information to your audience of colleagues, experts, […]

By |March 11th, 2019|Hot Topics, For Clinicians|Comments Off on Why doctors should be on Twitter and how to get started today

Why you should be collecting more reviews, more often

Should you be collecting more reviews, more often?
 

You really are missing a trick if you don’t take advantage of the tools available to help you display patient feedback on your website. Reviews play a powerful role in the patient journey, helping to build trust and eliminate doubt. It also helps to ease anxious patients who […]

By |February 11th, 2019|For Clinicians|Comments Off on Why you should be collecting more reviews, more often

Men’s Health Month: Everything you Need to Know about your Prostate

Written by Dr Martin Saweirs for Doctify

Every man is born with one. And if men lived until the age of 120, it would cause every single man in the world problems. We’re talking about the prostate – a small gland that plays a big part in a man’s life.

It pays to know about the symptoms it […]

By |November 15th, 2017|Conditions|Comments Off on Men’s Health Month: Everything you Need to Know about your Prostate

What are Kidney Stones and how do you treat them?

Written by Mr Andrew Ballaro for Doctify
If, like me, your knowledge of kidney stones consists of Joey bent over double in agony in an old episode of Friends then this is the article for you. These small stones can cause big problems when left untreated so it’s useful to know what to look out for […]

By |May 4th, 2017|Conditions|Comments Off on What are Kidney Stones and how do you treat them?

Serena Williams is Pregnant – will Playing Sport Endanger her Baby?

Medical specialist comments provided by Mr Mahantesh Karoshi to Doctify
It was congratulations all round for top tennis player Serena Williams recently when she announced her pregnancy. She is expecting with fiancé (and Reddit co-founder) Alexis Ohanian. At 35 years old, she is 20 weeks pregnant.

With 22 major singles titles and 16 doubles under her belt, Williams […]

By |April 24th, 2017|Parenting, Wellbeing & Fitness|Comments Off on Serena Williams is Pregnant – will Playing Sport Endanger her Baby?

GP Seminar: Future of Medicine

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Doctify and myGPevents are excited to be hosting an inspirational CPD event together in a great location. The Triangle Building in Camden is a beautiful co-working space and overlooks Camden Lock.
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The future of medicine and futuristic treatments that are already being used in the NHS

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6:30pm – 6:50pm: Mulled Wine on the terrace overlooking the […]

By |December 8th, 2016|In the Press|Comments Off on GP Seminar: Future of Medicine

Ask the Expert: Melasma

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Written by Dr Justine Kluk for Doctify

What is melasma?

Melasma is a common disorder of facial pigmentation. It typically appears for the first time between the ages of 20 and 40 and is more likely to affect those with darker skin types or tanned skin. Ninety percent of sufferers are female and, in most cases, […]

By |September 27th, 2016|Skin & Beauty|Comments Off on Ask the Expert: Melasma

Breakthroughs in Alzheimer’s and Dementia

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Written by Gurminder for Doctify

Most of us will have someone in our lives, an elderly parent or grandparent who is becoming slightly more forgetful; they could be suffering from dementia. Dementia describes a set of symptoms including memory loss, caused by damage in the brain by diseases such as Alzheimer’s or strokes.

Alzheimer’s is linked […]

By |September 21st, 2016|Conditions|Comments Off on Breakthroughs in Alzheimer’s and Dementia