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E-cigarettes: smoking cessation aid or a dangerous habit?


A recent study with adult smokers who had approached the NHS Stop Smoking Services compared e-cigarettes with nicotine-replacement therapy (NRT) as part of a smoking cessation service.After a year, 18% of e-cigarette users had stopped smoking tobacco compared with 9.9%…

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Should vaccination for children be mandatory?

vaccination for children

The last Monthly Pulse of 2017 brought the M3 Global Research Community into the debate over vaccination for children.In the United States, according to data from 2015 published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), 95% of children are vaccinated…

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Haematologists needed – ‘Real World’ study on Haemophilia

This month we are very pleased to present a special study on Haemophilia. This study will be using a methodology known as ‘Real World’. This methodology is becoming increasingly important as it provides a truly in-depth analysis of the chosen…

2 comments on “Automatic donor registration – A global view”

Automatic donor registration – A global view

Automatic donor registration

June’s Monthly Pulse asked about automatic donor registration. Some countries (for example, Spain and France) have automatic organ donor registration, where everyone is considered to want to donate their organs in the event of brain or cardiac death unless they…

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Burnout and stress within the medical community


This monthly Pulse is about burnout and stress within the medical community, a topic that is currently of high interest and concern, with some tragic cases emerging across Europe. Statistics show that approximately one-third of doctors report experiencing burnout at…