Established by the Department of Health and Social Care to improve the nation’s health and wealth through research Plays a key role in the Government’s strategy for economic growth, attracting investment by the life-sciences industries The NIHR is the research arm of the NHS Watch the Lecture Captured Presentation Download the Presentation
Third year PhD student Paula Carroll has been awarded one of ten international scholarship from the Academy of Communication in Healthcare to attend a research forum in Tampa, Florida to discuss her work. Paula’s research explores health care professionals’ responsiveness to patients emotional cues and concerns in mental health settings. For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in Research around Palliative and End of Life Care? Have an idea but not sure where to start? Need to network with people interested in research? Whether you are a curious clinician, seasoned academic or enthusiastic novice this research catalyst event is for you. Please click here to book a place Initially we are […]
Professor David Oliver At present there is no curative treatment for MND, with the only treatment options slowing the rate of progression at best. Palliative care aims to provide a holistic approach to the care of the patient and family and may be considered to be appropriate from the time of diagnosis. #supportingcare
The 2017 annual conference of the British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (BAPIO) was held between 24-26 November at the Emirates Old Trafford stadium pavilion in Manchester. The conference saw many delegates of Asian as well as British nationality taking part. The scientific sessions were very varied, covering many diverse and interesting topics from […]
The civic dinner for MCh and MMed students of Edge Hill University in partnership with Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust, on 7th November 2017 at the Town Hall, Albert Square in Manchester.
On 26th June 2017, Edge Hill University hosted an autism catalyst event. This event gathered together individuals with autism, the families of individuals with autism, professionals in the fields of Health and Education and researchers who have an interest or expertise in autism, providing invitees with the opportunity to look at different ways of approaching […]
Dr Amy Barrie, Senior Clinical Embryologist, has recently been awarded her Phd for her study: ‘Time-lapse systems: incubation and annotation’. Amy was supervised by Prof Jeremy Brown, Dr Garry McDowell and Dr Stephen Troup.
With music and music therapy colleagues from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Philippa Derrington and Nicky Haire and dancer and dance movement psychotherapist Suzi Cunningham, Professor Vicky Karkou presented and performed at the International Congress of Music Therapy in Japan. The roundtable titled: Encounters on Stage: Exploring Embodied Empathic Improvisation as Performance, part of the Network of Research in Improvisation Concurrent (3.5) was very well […]
Edge Hill University is launching the UK’s first Professional Doctorate in Emergency Services Management. Created in response to the introduction of the Police and Crime Bill and the shift to integrated service delivery, the part-time course is now accepting applications from senior managers across the sector. Focussing on the professionalism of the emergency services and […]