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26 Jun 2018

Cupcake Day At CLH

At CLH we are passionate about dementia research, which is why we wholeheartedly support the work of the Alzheimer’s Society. We know that one day soon, a cure for dementia will be found, but only if we, as a global community, continue to support this important cause. That’s why this year we chose...

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20 Jun 2018

Hospital Care & Disability Support: What Needs To Change?

This week is Learning Disability Week, with the theme of this year’s campaign being ‘Treat Me Well’, which aims to focus on the hospital care that people with disabilities receive and how it can be improved. What this campaign aims to highlight is that simple changes, such as better communication,...

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18 Jun 2018

Rheumatoid Arthritis: It's The Same As Arthritis, Isn't It?

This week is National Rheumatoid Arthritis Week, with this year’s theme being ‘Reframe RA’. The concept behind this theme is to challenge the many misconceptions of what Rheumatoid Arthritis or RA actually is, and also to challenge the negative attitudes towards this condition and the people...

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12 Jun 2018

COSHH Training: Why Is It Important?

COSHH regulations come with the purpose of minimising the risks associated with substances that could be potentially hazardous to the health of you and your team members. The purpose of COSHH is to reduce the number of people who become unwell due to being exposed to harmful substances. The fact is that...

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06 Jun 2018

CLH Blog - MHRA Field Safety Updates For May

As always, we have researched the various field safety alerts that have been filed over the past month and have put together a roundup of the most relevant MHRA updates and recalls. These focus on recalls and updates on products and equipment that are relevant to UK care homes and other care facilities. Please...

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04 Jun 2018

The Importance Of Keeping Hands Clean When Working In Healthcare

When working in a healthcare environment, keeping your hands clean is of dire importance. By keeping hands clean through improved hygiene, the risk of spreading bacteria and viruses can be significantly reduced. The fact is that if proper hygiene practices aren’t followed, care environments become breeding...

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