Wednesday, 15 April 2015

ScHARRNews - Wednesday 15th April 2015



Attention all ye coffee lovers: “Wake up and smell the coffee”!
Heard of the iphone, itunes, ipad…..? The list now continues with the ‘ikettle’. The  SmarterTM wifi ikettle  was designed in the UK and has been around for over a year. Interestingly, the kettle is compatible with tablets, phones and any other wifi devices using an iOS or android platform.A notification by the kettle via the app wakes you up to a boiled kettle from anywhere in the house. Not only


Cost-utility analysis in Asia
From the CEA Registry Blog:“In our recently published paper in Value in Health Regional Issues - The State of Cost-Utility Analyses in Asia: A Systematic Review - my colleagues and I review and evaluate published, English-language, cost-utility analyses (CUAs) targeting populations in Asia.Photo by NOGRAN s.r.o. via Flickr CC BY 2.0We analyzed data from the Tufts Medical Center Cost-Effectiveness
The Provision of Feedback in Community Stroke Rehabilitation: The Therapists’ Perspective
Dr Jack Parker, Prof Gail Mountain and Prof Sue Mawson have had their research article published: Parker J, Mountain G and Mawson S. The Provision of Feedback in Community Stroke Rehabilitation: The Therapists’ Perspective. Phys Med Rehabil Int. 2015; 2(3): 1040. This paper explores the clinical reasoning and decision making (CRDM) underpinning the provision of feedback during community-based p
Online Open Days
The School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) run various online open days aimed at people who are considering applying for postgraduate study at ScHARR. Online open days are an opportunity for you to learn more about our courses and how they are taught. They also allow students to talk with members of teaching staff and ask questions directly.You can book onto these here.The next two open da

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