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ScHARR 2023 Pemberton Lecture. The Nightingale legacy: Deborah Ashby

Recorded 16/01/2023

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ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research - Katie Biggs - Making Trials Inclusive

AbstractResearch shows that participants in clinical trials rarely reflect the populations that could benefit from the treatments being tested, for example, COVID-19 disproportionately affected older…

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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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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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Extending the QALY beyond health - the EQ HWB (Health and Wellbeing)

By Professor John Brazier

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Fact or fiction? Estimating the comparative effectiveness of cancer treatments using UK registry data - Professor Nick Latimer

In the UK we collect very large amounts of data on cancer patients, held by the National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service (NCRAS). Given that we collect all this data, it makes sense to think…

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Core & Enhanced Symposium - Accessibility - Jennifer Read and Dan Smith (Digital Core)

Jennifer Read and Dan Smith of the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) talks as part of the Digital Core & Enhanced Symposium on 25 January.

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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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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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ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research #14 - Nikki Totton - Evaluating the trade-off between benefits and risks in treatment decisions

All treatments have both benefits and risks which need to be considered when clinicians and patients are making treatment decisions. Randomised controlled trials are considered the best method to…

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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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Centre for Urgent and Emergency Care Research

The Centre for Urgent and Emergency Care Research (CURE) aims to improve the quality of urgent and emergency care through rigorous objective independent research.

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ScHARR Chain Reaction - Olena Mandrick Interviews Kate Ren

In this episode of ScHARR's Chain Reaction - Dr Olena Mandrik interviews Dr Kate Ren

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ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research - Supporting a mentally healthy NHS workforce - Dr Emily Wood

There are over 100,000 vacancies in the NHS, meaning 1 in 12 jobs are unfilled. Half of staff report working unpaid overtime and 1 in 8 left the NHS in 2018. Chronic understaffing and long hours…

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