At Vernacare, we like to talk about the issues that affect the people that use our products. But we also want to share our thoughts with you. In our blog section, you can read our posts which range from preventing cross-infection, to the place we call home and the people that make Vernacare a brand that we're proud to share with the world.
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VernaPeople - Meet Rachel Downham
In this instalment of VernaPeople, we introduce you to Rachel Downham. If you haven't already met her, here is your chance!
Q is for Quality
Continuing with our A-Z of patient care, we're talking about the importance of quality standards.
Feeling The (Cost) Pressure?
It’s no secret that healthcare organisations are continually being asked to do more with less. As the demand for healthcare is rapidly risin…
VernaPeople - Meet Lindsay Dobson
In this instalment of Vernapeople, we introduce you to Lindsay Dobson. if you haven't met her, here is your chance!
The A-Z of Patient Care - O is for ostomy
In this installation of our A-Z series, we take a look at ostomies and what life with an ostomy bag can be like.
The A-Z of Patient Care - P is for Paediatrics
In this installation of our A-Z series, we take a look at the branch of medicine that involves the care of infants. Here’s our guide to infa…
VernaPeople - Meet Juan Lopez
Have you met Juan Lopez? If not, here is your chance to get to know him!
VernaPeople - Meet Steve Morris
Have you met Steve Morris? If not, here is your chance to get to know him!
Atopic Eczema. Case study and guidance on effective treatment.
Atopic eczema (atopic dermatitis) is the most common form of eczema, a condition that causes the skin to become itchy, red, dry and cracked.…
The A-Z of Patient Care - N is for Never event
In this installation of our, A-Z series we take a look at Never events and how healthcare professionals can reduce the chances of one occurr…
Banish that catheter
Our guide to supporting the reduction of CAUTIs. Read what we suggest to reduce the risk of a catheter-associated urinary tract infection.