Friday, 7 March 2014

ScHARRNews - Friday 7th March 2014



From Cardboard Boxes to Inteligent Shoes
From Cardboard box to intelligent shoeLast night at the University of Sheffield Professor Sue Mawson gave her inaugural lecture to over 200 enthralled listeners. Sue began her lecture by humbly explaining how the event wasn't about her, but the people she works with. She thanked her supervisor and mentor, Bunny LeRoux, the staff she works with; Dr Nasrin Nasr and Dr Jack Parker and also her PhD st
Project update: PRET
The Preparatory study for the Re-valuation of the EQ-5D Tariff (PRET) project aimed to look at different methodological options for valuing health states in any future EQ-5D tariff.  It looked at key methodological developments since the original MVH study that used face-to-face interviews using time trade-off tasks.The study examined the impact of duration of health state, perspective, use and le
Patients with rotator cuff tendinopathy can successfully self-manage, but with certain caveats
Chris Littlewood and authors including RAT Group's Professor Sue Mawson have recently published a qualitative paper about self management and rotator cuff tendinopathy. The authors concluded that implementing "programmes of self-managed loaded exercise for patients with rotator cuff tendinopathy" in the real world... appears feasible but challenging" due to a variety of caveats that

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