Thursday, 13 November 2014

ScHARRNews - Thursday 13th November 2014

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TODAY

HERG Virtual Research Seminars
The HERG virtual research seminar is a web-based meeting for PhD students and researchers in health economics based at universities and research institutes. It provides the opportunity to share knowledge and ideas with colleagues with no travel time or costs, and to extend a research network and develop new collaborations. The meetings will encourage high quality, constructive academic feedback su
Ambulance Drone to the Rescue!
Sometimes no words are required...what an incredible idea.

YESTERDAY

Sheffield health expert calls for calm over dangerous dentist - The Star
The StarSheffield health expert calls for calm over dangerous dentistThe StarBut Dr Andrew Lee, from Sheffield University's school of health and related research, said the risk to most people would be 'quite low'. “I think it is important that the public maintains a degree of perspective here about the real actual risk posed to ...
Sheffield health expert calls for calm over dangerous dentist - The Star
The StarSheffield health expert calls for calm over dangerous dentistThe StarBut Dr Andrew Lee, from Sheffield University's school of health and related research, said the risk to most people would be 'quite low'. “I think it is important that the public maintains a degree of perspective here about the real actual risk posed to ...
Cancer Drugs Fund response to consultation…
…was discussed at the November NHS England Board Meeting. Papers and a video of the whole 12 minutes of discussion are on the NHSE website.  Not the most probing of discussions, I have to say.
Technotherapies event in CATCH< University of Sheffield
Last week, CATCH hosted researchers, designers and members of the community at an event titled ‘Technotherapies’. This event showcased exciting new technologies, both in production and currently in use, for people with mental health conditions. Breaking Free exhibited their app, Breaking Free Online, a suite of tools for recovery from substance abuse. This app is the first to be used in prisons
Predictors of patient non-attendance at Improving Access to Psychological Therapy services demonstration sites
Author(s):Di Bona, L. | Saxon, D. | Barkham, M. | Dent-Brown, K. | Parry, G.Publication year: 2014Journal / Book title: Journal of Affective DisordersAccess all results for your search in Scopus

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