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 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.
M for Microorganism
This week we’re holding a lens up to our microscopic friends and foes. We dive into the world of microorganisms in this instalment of our A-…
VernaPeople – Meet Joanne Tong
In this instalment of VernaPeople, we want you to get to know Joanne. If you haven’t already met her in person, here’s your chance to meet h…
Just for Men
It is important for men to break the stereotype of not talking about their health, which is why we at Vernacare have written this blog post.…
VernaPeople – Meet Chris Socratous
In this instalment of VernaPeople, we want you to get to know Chris. If you haven’t already met him in person, here’s your chance to meet hi…
Feeling the pressure? Our Vernacare skin care guide...
In aid of the NHS #StopthePressure campaign on the 15th November Vernacare have put together a guide to help raise awareness across healthca…
The A-Z of Patient Care - L is for Lesion
Just the sound of the word is unpleasant enough. But what is a lesion? By definition, a lesion is “a region in an organ or tissue which has…
VernaPeople – Meet Simon Turner
In this instalment of VernaPeople, we want you to get to know Simon. If you haven’t already met him in person, here’s your chance to meet hi…