Thursday, 17 April 2014

ScHARRNews - Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th April 2014



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Research sheds new light on impact of diabetes on the brain
Researchers from the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have discovered diabetic nerve damage causes more harm in the brain than previously thought, shedding new light on the disease.
Professor Sue Mawson's Reflections following the International workshop on Muscle Synergies, Venice.
I was asked to give a lecture at the International workshop on Muscle Synergies WCNR (Italy) and Training Event on Stroke rehabilitation April 3-5 2014. The event was held at the Fondazione Ospedale San Camillo in Vencie and extraodrinary hospital with 100 inpatient beds solely for neurologically impaired patients. The rehabilitaion department was extensive with a number of laboratories for resea


MALT Study looking for new Research Assisatnt - University of Leeds
The Mainstreaming Assisted Living Technologies (MALT) Project is looking to appoint a new full time Research Assistant (job ref: LUBS0278). The post holder will be based at the University of Leeds and the closing date is the 29th April, 2014.To find out more or to apply please click here.
The 8th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation – Istanbul April 8th – 12th 2014
The International Convention and Exhibition CentreProf Pam Enderby, Dr Rebecca Palmer and Dr Jack Parker attended the 8th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation – Istanbul April 8th– 12th 2014 to present two oral presentations and a poster.  Hosted by the Turkish Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialists at the International Convention and Exhibition Centre, the biennial interna
Lights, Camera, Instruction! - Why making movies for your library should not cost the earth
We all know about the power of YouTube, we have all seen it, that way of getting information, humour and marketing amongst other things across the globe in seconds. We see polished film trailers alongside home-made videos of children and animals falling down, whilst the real hidden gem of YouTube and other such platforms is that they teach you useful things, and this is a key part of a librarian’s
NICE replies to concerns about scanning patients with head injury who are taking anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs
Author(s):Sharpin, C. | Hodgkinson, S. | Pollit, V. | Lecky, F.Publication year: 2014Journal / Book title: BMJ (Online)Access all results for your search in Scopus

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Modelling the relationship between the WOMAC osteoarthritis index and EQ-5D
Author(s):Wailoo, A. | Hernandez Alava, M. | Escobar Martinez, A.Publication year: 2014 Journal / Book title: Health and Quality of Life Outcomes Access all results for your search in Scopus
AKTIVE Final Conference 2014: Technology, Care and Ageing: Enhancing Independence
On Tuesday 8th April RAT Groups Lauren Powell, Dr Lizzie Coates, Dr Jo Nicholson and Sarah Gorst attended the AKTIVE final conference 2014: “Technology, Care and Ageing: Enhancing Independence.The AKTIVE conference series has focused on the impact telecare technologies have on older people who are prone to falls or who suffer from cognitive impairments such as dementia and also those who help sup

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