People and their medicines: from bench to inside pocket

Shall we start off with a sweeping generalisation? This is a blog after all. Over the years it has been my impression that researchers care quite a lot about what happens next with their scientific discovery, whether it be identifying a genetic mutation or running a clinical trial. The problem is, research funders don't. They … Continue reading People and their medicines: from bench to inside pocket

Keep track of your medicines with ‘My Medication Passport’ c/o NW London CLAHRC

I seem to be visiting more CLAHRCs (Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care) next week than in all my time as a boy looking for new school shoes.  One of the CLAHRCs unfortunate enough to be visited by me is Northwest London. They've just launched a brilliant new tool to help patients … Continue reading Keep track of your medicines with ‘My Medication Passport’ c/o NW London CLAHRC