Tuesday, 26 November 2013

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GP interview: Working with vulnerable children in Uganda - GP online
GP interview: Working with vulnerable children in UgandaGP onlineThis is an innovative course run by the department of geography in conjunction with the School of Health and Related Research, with contributions from other departments. I gained better understanding of international development generally, and public ...
Latest Take Five Update
The latest Take Five Update is available to download from the ScHARR Library web pages.Photo by DOH4 via Flickr Creative Commons
The contribution of the HIV specialist nurse to HIV care: A scoping review
Author(s):Tunnicliff, S.A. | Piercy, H. | Bowman, C.A. | Hughes, C. | Goyder, E.C.Publication year: 2013Journal / Book title: Journal of Clinical NursingAccess all results for your search in Scopus

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Industrial sabbatical funding
We have been successful in securing another Innovation, Impact and Knowledge Exchange (IIKE) funded, Industrial Research Sabbatical this year. Dr Katherine Easton and Professor Sue Mawson will be collaborating with industry partner Roger Young and Longhand Data Limited in the New Year.Roger and his company Longhand Data have established links with Prof. Mawson. Her research activity over the past
Eculizumab £521,000 per QALY and funded…
…by NHS England.  NHS England are the organisation within the new reoganised NHS that are responsible for developing clinical commissioning polices for specialized services.  Eculizumab for atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome is one of the most recent set of evaluations that were published in September.  The others were:Stereotactic radiosurgery/radiotherapy for glomus tumoursRadiosurgery/radioth

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