Encourage Breastfeeding, But Please, Don't Make Women Feel Like FailuresRH Reality CheckDr. Clare Relton of the University of Sheffield's School of Health and Related Research, which is running the pilot, explained, “Breast milk is perfectly designed for babies and provides all they need for the first six months of their life. Offering ...
University to give patients voices backYorkshire PostThe voice input communication aid (VIVOCA) was showcased to the public as part of the launch of Sheffield University's new Centre for Assistive Technology and Connected Healthcare (CATCH). Jon Toogood is one of the first five patients across the ...
On 8th November 2013 RAT Group member Becky Field, (Research Associate, Occupational Therapist) gave a talk about the 'Valuing Active Life in Dementia' study. This was part of "Dementia: the facts", a Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust event. Talks included informaiton on new drug developments, how to make inpatien
When: Tue Feb 11, 2014 4:30am to 5:30am PST Event Status: confirmed Event Description: Dr Joanne Greenhalgh of the University of Leeds will present some work as part of a realist synthesis on demand management in the NHS.
The Autumn 2013 issue of the PRO Newsletter has been published. It has an interesting editorial by Photo by NS Newsflash via FlickrProfessor Donald L. Patrick reflecting on the shift from ‘health related quality of life’ to ‘patient related outcomes’ and the current change toward ‘patient centred outcomes’. More than just a change in fashion, he sees this as a fundamental change in the way that
Andy Tattersall staff profile I joined ScHARR in 2001 after working as a journalist with my remit to provide support and guidance to staff and students in their use of technology and information resources. My role is to... From: scharrvids Views: 0 0 ratings Time: 02:58 More in Education
Device offers speech hope for disabled peopleThe StarThe speech device was showcased to the public yesterday as the university launched its new Centre for Assistive Technology and Connected Healthcare, which aims to bring together expertise from different fields to help more people live independently.University to give patients voices back