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Improving Parkinson's disease treatment with the Sheffield Scanner

We are working to raise £2 million to establish a ground-breaking MRI-PET facility. MRI-PET is the most advanced imaging technology to date, and will transform our understanding and treatment…

From  Nick Kennard 10 Months ago 0 likes 221 views 0  

Medical Careers advice: combatting accessibility challenges

The University of Sheffield Medical School has over 1250 medical students registered on the MBChB medicine degree with many of the students in the later years undertaking their clinical placements…

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The 20th Sir Arthur Hall Memorial Lecture. What will the NHS be facing on its 90th birthday?

We were delighted to welcome Professor Chris Whitty, Chief Scientific Adviser at the Department of Health, to the University on Thursday 15 February to deliver the 20th Sir Arthur Hall Memorial…

From  Christopher Clow A year ago 0 likes 119 views 0  

MSc(Res) Translational Oncology, University of Sheffield

An introduction to the MSc(Res) in Translational Oncology, here at the University of Sheffield, by the course director, Dr Carolyn Staton, and students on the course. For more details about the…

From  Carolyn Staton A year ago 0 likes 286 views 0  

Student story: Weishan Shi, MSc Statistics with Medical Applications

Weishan Shi shares her experiences of studying the MSc Statistics with Medical Applications course in the School of Mathematics and Statistics.

From  Robert Cooke A year ago 0 likes 518 views 0  

Anna Dutton Discovery session 21st June 2017 - trimmed audio source

Anna Dutton Discovery session 21st June 2017 - trimmed audio source A session to look at strategies for how we use our hub, and what the key stakeholders needs are

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Minimization

This video looks at a different form of randomization, minimization. This method can be more efficient than stratification at ensuring balance in important predictive characteristics, but is not true…

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Randomization in Cluster Trials

This video looks at randomization when the patients are grouped into clusters. Since the clusters tend to be relatively few, getting balance is generally more important than with simple randomization.

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Simple Randomization

This video introduces the concept of randomization of treatments to patients using playing cards. It describes simple randomisation, which is the purest form of randomization

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Introduction to Randomized Controlled Clinical Trials

This video introduces the three main concepts in Randomized Trials, the ABC: Allocation at random, Blindness and Control

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Blocked and Straified Randomization

This video looks two methods of trying to get a better balance between two groups namely blocked randomization and stratified randomization. Blocked randomisation tries to ensure that approximately…

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ScHARR App Hack - Oxford Medical Dictionary

This short video is to help students and academics make better use of their smartphones, tablets and phablets. This video navigates the Oxford Medical Dictionary app.

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Medical detection dogs and their implications on nano-technology

Medical detection dogs and their implications on nano-technology: The science behind how a dog uses it's sense of smell is being put to use in the medical world. New techniques mimicking this…

From  Tom Foster 2 Years ago 0 likes 36 views 0