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Changing alcohol serving size to reduce drinking - Dr Inge Kersbergen

Alcohol-related health and social problems place a major strain on the NHS and social services. Some of the most effective interventions to reduce alcohol consumption are those that do not require…

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Help is on hand: Can AI help ease the burden of research communications - Singapore Libraries Webinar 2023

Help is on hand: Can AI help ease the burden of research communications? We have long known about AI, largely through science fiction films, but now in 2023 it feels like it has truly arrived. The…

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Professor Fiona Lecky - Improving Trauma Care through Research – what are the best strategies?

Improving Trauma Care through Research – what are the best strategies? AbstractInjury – an alteration of body function or other evidence of pathology – occurring as a result of an…

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The Boardroon: Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurs Sam Chapman, Varija Bajaj and Charlotte-Belle Tobin will share their top tips for starting your own company, and discuss the key skills and attributes for budding entrepreneurs. The…

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A walk in the PaRC? - Learning from the development of a regional public health Practice and Research Collaborative - Professor Liddy Goyder

AbstractThe ultimate aim of all public health research is to improve population health and wellbeing and reduce health inequalities and this is arguably most effectively achieved by ensuring that…

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How can I involve patients and the public in literature reviews and why would I want to? - Dr Susan Baxter

AbstractPatient and public involvement (PPI) is now widely accepted to be a standard requirement in health and social care research. While guidance on involvement in primary studies is available from…

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ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research - Michelle Black - 'Best Start in Life', then what?

Abstract: During her talk Michelle will share findings from her research which explores the relationship between development in school age children and subsequent weight and mental health in…

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ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research - Professor Steve Goodacre - Clinical Risk Prediction: What are we predicting and why

Clinical Risk Prediction: What are we predicting and whyClinical risk scores and tools are often used in emergency medicine to predict the risk of adverse outcome and guide decision-making. This…

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Health System Emergency Preparedness: from COVID-19 to Climate Change - Dr John Richmond

Abstract:During his talk Dr. Richmond will draw upon research from the COVID-19 response in both Canada and the UK, to explore how health systems organised their prolonged response to the Global…

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Dr Steven Ariss - Proactive and Reactive Approaches to Reducing Risk - ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research

There is no shortage of guidance for designing and delivering evaluations. However, the published literature of empirical studies demonstrates that pre-emptive measures do not always prevent common…

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Sir George Buckley: The magic and mystery of innovation. Wednesday 9 November 2022.

The 14th Roberts Lecture took place on Wednesday 9 November in Firth Hall.Sir George Buckley, who is an Honorary graduate of the University, was the guest speaker.Sir George Buckley was…

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Interventions to reduce the public health burden of gambling-related harms - Dr Lindsay Blank

Join us for a monthly online masterclass by one of our health research experts based in The School of Health and Related Research Interventions to reduce the public health burden of…

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An exploration of the benefits and challenges of collaborative working within a knowledge exchange framework - Dr Annette Haywood

ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research #20 AbstractThe launch of the Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) and the emphasis placed on Innovation as one of the University’s four pillars has…

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Undertaking data-centric healthcare research: Experiences from urgent & emergency care systems

Title Undertaking data-centric healthcare research: Experiences from urgent & emergency care systemsPresenterProfessor Suzanne Mason(Professor of Emergency Care)AbstractThis talk will focus on…

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The 'FAIR STEPS' study Framework Addressing Inequities in pRimary care using STakEholder PerspectiveS: a mixed method study

Register here For more information about this study please go to: http://www.yorkshiredeependgp.org/

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ScHARR Pemberton Lecture November 2021 - Greg Fell

The Threat is Real - Pandemics, Public Health and Long Shadows ...or, 'what was it REALLY like'

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