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28 July 2023

Sheffield Hallam triumphs at international games awards

An immersive virtual reality (VR) game that transforms painful rehabilitation into an enjoyable and effective experience for children has won Best Health Game at the prestigious Games for Change awards.

20 July 2023

Privacy and security crucial for healthcare robot adoption – according to new report

Robotic systems for healthcare must prioritise security and privacy protections, according to a new white paper published by Sheffield Hallam University.

21 June 2023

Sheffield-developed HeadUp Collar wins global award for patient driven research

A cross-organisation collaboration involving Sheffield Hallam's Lab4Living has been awarded for the development of an innovative neck collar designed for people affected by MND; the first ever global award celebrating excellence in patient engagement.

20 June 2023

Sheffield Hallam researchers awarded funding to create wearable dementia technology

Researchers from Sheffield Hallam University have been awarded £80,000 funding by the Longitude Prize on Dementia to create a wearable dementia assistant

13 June 2023

Hallam hosts healthcare analytics and artificial intelligence conference

Sheffield Hallam University has hosted the first-of-its-kind Healthcare Analytics and AI conference, bringing together healthcare professionals, data scientists and researchers.

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.

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