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ScHARRNews - Tuesday 4th November 2014



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Second year medical student's first experiences of research...
For the last 6 weeks I joined the RAT group on a research attachment. My task was to look in to past dementia research, find a ‘gap’, then come up with an idea and finally write a grant proposal. This seemed like a huge challenge at first, as I worried I would drown in the amount of dementia research that had already been done and having only studied medicine for a year previously I had not writte
A neighbourhood level mortality classification of England and Wales, 2006-2009
Author(s):Green, M.A. | Vickers, D. | Dorling, D.Publication year: 2014Journal / Book title: Health and PlaceAccess all results for your search in Scopus
The cost-effectiveness of a theory-based online health behaviour intervention for new university students: An economic evaluation
Author(s):Kruger, J. | Brennan, A. | Strong, M. | Thomas, C. | Norman, P. | Epton, T.Publication year: 2014Journal / Book title: BMC Public HealthAccess all results for your search in Scopus
Innovations to reduce demand and crowding in emergency care; A review study
Author(s):Mason, S. | Mountain, G. | Turner, J. | Arain, M. | Revue, E. | Weber, E.J.Publication year: 2014Journal / Book title: Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency MedicineAccess all results for your search in Scopus


Watch Professor Trish Greenhalgh’s Pemberton Lecture
On Tuesday 9th September 2014, Professor Trish Greenhalgh delivered the fourth ScHARR Pemberton Lecture: “Research Impact: defining it, measuring it, maximising it, and questioning it”. As the first ‘Dean for Research Impact’ appointed by a UK higher education institution, Professor Greenhalgh summarised prevailing national and international debates about what research impact is; how it should be

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