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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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Thank you for your contributions to Research

Vice-Chancellor, Professor Koen Lamberts, recognises the contributions that all colleagues make to Research at the University of Sheffield.

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Research excellence and impact at the University of Sheffield

Learn about some examples of research excellence and impact at the University of Sheffield.

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LunchBytes: Software engineering in High Energy & Particle Physics (2022-03-17 )

Migrating 4 million lines of C++ code to multi threadingChristos AnastopoulosThe Atlas collaboration had to migrate its production software to run in a multi threaded environment. This necessitated a…

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Using Discover Our Archives

Discover Our Archives allows you to search the archival collections held by the University of Sheffield, including the Library Special Collections and Archives; the National Fairground and Circus…

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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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Professor John Holmes - Alcohol and pricing: Beyond modelling to evaluation and duty reform

Professor John HolmesDirector of the Sheffield Alcohol Research Group and Lead Director of the Wellcome Doctoral Training Centre in Public Health Economics and Decision ScienceAbstractAlcohol remains…

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2020 ScHARR - Pemberton Lecture - Yvonne Coghill - ‘Why race equality in our NHS is important

Yvonne commenced nurse training at Central Middlesex Hospital in 1977, qualified as a general nurse in 1980 and then went on to qualify in mental health nursing and health visiting. In 1986 she…

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ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research - Dr Liz Such - A public health approach to modern slavery and human trafficking. What is it and (why) is it needed?

A public health approach to modern slavery and human trafficking. What is it and (why) is it needed?PresenterDr Liz SuchNIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research FellowAbstractModern slavery is a serious…

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Routes: a social enterprise programme for student and early career researchers

In collaboration with the Universities of Leeds and York, the Faculty of Social Sciences has devised an enterprise support programme on behalf of the White Rose Doctoral Training Partnership (WRDTP)…

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Using JSTOR

JSTOR is an academic database containing resources from many disciplines, including extensive coverage of arts and humanities and social sciences topics. Use JSTOR to discover journal articles,…

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What Happens to My Patient Data?

This animated video focuses on ethical and governance themes arising from the sharing of patient data with third-party organizations. The Tools for Life: Data Sharing for Public Health project…

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Benefits and Risks of Patient Data Sharing

The Tools for Life: Data Sharing for Public Health project (2019-21) engaged the public in a conversation about the benefits and risks of patient data sharing for public health. This short animated…

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SEAS Seminar: Affective Fan Communities, from Japan to the UK

This seminar’s discussion concerns the rituals, performances and practices of two such affective fan cultures: maid cafés and idols. Each presenter will discuss their sociological…

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Research seminar: Body cultures and masculinities in Japan

The two presentations will explore some of these concerns by examining the ways in which male bodies are groomed and fashioned to perpetuate, but also resist, normative gender discourses in…

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SEAS Research Seminar: Postage stamps as hitorical documents

By Emeritus Professor James H. Grayson In this powerpoint-based lecture, I will explore the use of semiotic analysis to the study of postage stamps. The case example will be the post-Liberation…

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