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28 February 2023

Sheffield Hallam launches UK’s first medical ultrasound degree apprenticeship

Sheffield Hallam University has launched the UK’s first degree apprenticeship route to becoming a medical sonographer.

26 January 2023

Hallam lecturer awarded top nursing accolade

Sheffield Hallam University nursing lecturer, Jo Painter, has been made a Queen’s Nurse, a prestigious honour awarded by The Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI) to community nurses who have demonstrated a high level of commitment to patient care

19 December 2022

Children need to be seen as a vulnerable group when it comes to fuel poverty – new research

The plight of children living in homes where parents or carers are struggling with energy costs is being overlooked by the Government at Westminster, say leading researchers.

30 November 2022

Food for thought – Sheffield Hallam joins new food and diet innovation hub to help improve people’s health

Sheffield Hallam University is a key partner in a new food and diet innovation hub, bringing together academics and industry experts to help improve population health through changes to the food system.

20 October 2022

New study shows camping is good for mental health and wellbeing

A major new study has revealed how camping in the great outdoors improves people’s wellbeing and mental health.

10 October 2022

Sheffield Hallam sign University Mental Health charter

In a commitment to making mental health a university-wide priority, Sheffield Hallam has joined other UK universities in signing The University Mental Health Charter.

06 September 2022

Vaping benefits blood vessel health as much as other nicotine replacements

A new study at Sheffield Hallam University has found that e-cigarettes are as beneficial for the cardiovascular system as conventional nicotine-replacement therapy when stopping smoking.

18 May 2022

Sheffield Hallam welcomes Lord-Lieutenant of South Yorkshire

Sheffield Hallam University has welcomed the Lord-Lieutenant of South Yorkshire, Dame Hilary Chapman, to its unique Early Years Community Research Centre as part of an official visit

03 March 2022

New project aims to understand the needs of people living alone with dementia

A new study led by Sheffield Hallam University aims to understand the needs of people living alone with dementia, how they access social care and how services can be improved.

16 February 2022

New international trial aims to improve the quality of life for long-Covid patients

Scientists from Sheffield Hallam University, University of Derby and Kings College London are undertaking a pioneering international study that aims to improve the lives of people suffering with the prolonged and life impairing impacts of long-Covid

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