The Society of Light and Lighting has announced that it is set to unveil the long-awaited new version of LG2: Lighting for Healthcare Premises publication.
A breakthrough agreement between two major manufacturers is set make daylight-matching human-centric lighting available to a wide audience.
Russ Sharer, vice-president of global marketing for Fulham explores how Bluetooth Mesh can help tracking key equipment in locations such as hospitals
The UK’s National Health Service has awarded a number of contracts to suppliers to upgrade lighting from fluorescent to LED.
NHS trusts are scrambling to meet this month’s application deadline for £46 million of special funding for LED lighting.
Coloured lighting has been installed in a Danish hospital as senior medics believe it can help clinical staff make more accurate diagnoses.
Nurses from two Danish hospitals have reaffirmed that avoiding blue frequency light at night can help with sleep.
A major hospital has installed so-called circadian lighting to set the sleep-wake cycles of patients.
The right lighting in nursing homes can improve the sleep, mood and behaviour for patients with Alzheimer's disease, says the preliminary findings of a new study.