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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
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.
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
South Yorkshire Mayor, Dan Jarvis MP, has met Sheffield Hallam University’s 2,000th degree apprentice as part of celebrations to mark National Apprenticeship Week.
A talented healthcare student from Sheffield Hallam University has qualified to represent Jamaica at the Winter Olympics as part of the four-man bobsleigh team.
A Sheffield Hallam University researcher whose pioneering virtual reality (VR) technology in healthcare has supported dozens of amputees, burns victims and those with upper limb injuries to rehabilitate has been named one of UK universities’ top creative sparks.
Sheffield Hallam University has secured funding to deliver two new short courses in early years education leadership and healthcare technology to support professional development through flexible learning.
The latest window of applications for Sheffield Hallam University’s Wellbeing Accelerator has opened for start-up businesses seeking fully-funded support to bring new products and services to market.
Universities and NHS organisations need to develop new refreshed forms of collaboration to deal with current and future challenges rather than resuming existing pre-pandemic relationships, according to a new report.
A new report from Sheffield Hallam University has shined a spotlight on the ‘profound’ impact of Roald Dahl Specialist Nurses and the ‘pivotal’ role they play in clinically and emotionally helping seriously ill children and young people, and their families.
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