Tuesday, 29 July 2014

ScHARRNews - Wednesday 30th July 2014



CLAHRC East of England Fellowship Applications
 CLAHRC East of England (EoE) fellowship applications for January 2015 are open. What? The focus is on applied health research and evaluation projects. Projects can be chosen by the fellow or already be within one of the EoE CLAHRC research themes. Fellows will also attend a programme of half day workshops covering methodologies, service redesign and change management and attend an action learning


Could Childhood TB Be Higher Than Estimated? - AllAfrica.com
Could Childhood TB Be Higher Than Estimated?AllAfrica.comHealth economics researcher Peter Dodd, from the University of Sheffield's School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), said: "Quantifying the burden of TB in children is important because, without good numbers, there can be no targets for ...
Rising academic star honoured in the battle against heart disease
An emerging world-leading academic who is at the forefront of the fight against heart disease has been honoured for her research aiming to improve the treatment of narrow and weak arteries.
Exploring personality profiles of people willing to use mobile digital technology to assist in weight loss
Smart phones and other small portable monitoring devices are being used more and more by people to improve their health. The big benefit of health apps and portable monitors comes from them being with the person as they go about their daily activities, not just at home or in the clinic. It is important that they are friendly and easy to use. Some research at the University aims to help people to r

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