University of Sheffield NewsMinimum pricing for alcohol effectively targets high risk drinkers, with ...University of Sheffield NewsAccording to the study's lead author, Dr John Holmes from University's School of Health and Related Research, “Overall, the impact of a minimum unit price policy on moderate drinkers would be very small, irrespective of income. "The policy would mainly ...
The next instalment of ScHARR Bite Size looks at the incredible possibilities of hosting content on Apple iTunesU platform. Anyone who is interested in podcasts and videos for their teaching and research should come along and hear from the University's Senior Learning Technologist, Dr. Graham McElearney about why we need to get our publicly facing content on the foremost academic video and podcast
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Inspirational video clip about how technology can change people's lives for the better. It includes cases of ALS; a condition where a person losing the ability to move and breathe on their own, how technology can help improve a deaf person's ability to hear, technology can enhance learning in schools, the success of surgery and even help a little boy walk for the first time.The clip is split into
On 16th and 17th January RAT Group's Dr Peter Cudd attended the Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe board meeting at AIAS Bolgna onlus - EMILIA ROMAGNA’S REGIONAL CENTRE FOR ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY - in Italy. He was confirmed in his continued role as treasurer of the association for the next two years. The association is about to launch into a more active period engag