Monday, 28 April 2014

ScHARRNews - Monday 28th April 2014



Dipping blood sugars cause surprisingly irregular heart rhythms in diabetics
Dangerous overnight blood sugar levels often go undetected and cause prolonged periods of heart rhythm disturbances in older patients with Type 2 diabetes and associated heart problems, new research reveals.
5 Things Google needs to do to better (if it's to be taken more seriously in higher education)
Image used under a CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 © The University of Sheffield we have been using Google Apps for Education for about four years, and as many of my colleagues know I'm a big advocate of the technology giants move into education and collaboration, and have been for almost a decade. Nevertheless, I'm still wary of some of their practices and ha
CATCH to recruit a new Centre Manager
The Centre for Assistive Technology and Connected Healthcare, otherwise known as CATCH is recruiting a brand new Centre Manager. The post holder will work closely with the Centre Director and will be responsible for managing all aspects of CATCH.The successful candidate will have management experience, experience with delivering large complex projects with multiple stakeholders, and experience of
Can we learn from India about how to cut costs?
Interesting blog article by Chris Naylor posted on the Kings Fund website last week:Click here to read more.
New project: Impact of Minimum Alcohol Pricing in Ireland & Northern Ireland
Image: alcoholpolicyukMembers of the Sheffield Alcohol Research Group (SARG) have been commissioned jointly by the Irish and Northern Irish governments to produce a report on the estimated impact of minimum unit pricing (MUP) in both countries. The modelling team of Yang Meng, Colin Angus and Abdallah Ally, led by Alan Brennan, will adapt and extend the group’s previous work in England and Scotlan

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