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A new cancer support service which improves medical care, minimises time spent in hospital and reduces the likelihood of complications from surgery has launched in Sheffield, following a successful trial with over 150 patients from the region.
Sheffield Hallam University’s Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Canon Medical Systems UK (Canon Medical UK) to enhance the development of research and innovation products which will help people move and improve population health.
Sheffield Hallam University has been awarded £300,000 for a healthy ageing project that will address some of the barriers faced by older adults who struggle to participate in traditional exercise.
Sheffield Hallam University has been awarded £35,000 to develop a platform of home-based immersive virtual reality (VR) scenarios to help alleviate social anxiety disorder (SAD) symptoms amongst children.
The government has been accused of refusing to disclose the demographic information relating to Covid-19 deaths amongst NHS workers in England, despite multiple Freedom of Information submissions.
Researchers at Sheffield Hallam University are working to find alternate methods of conducting medical research that does not require live animals.
A Finnish start-up that delivers online postnatal exercise programmes to help new mothers recover safely after childbirth is part of the cohort of health businesses accepted onto Sheffield Hallam University’s latest Wellbeing Accelerator.
A Sheffield Hallam University professor who leads and champions research on maternal and infant health has been honoured with a Royal College of Midwives (RCM) Fellowship.
Sheffield Hallam University, the National Centre for Sport & Exercise Medicine (NCSEM) and Sport England have teamed up to launch new guidance to support people with long-term health conditions to be more physically active.
A team of health researchers from Sheffield Hallam University has found that three-dimensional (3D) body imaging technology provides crucial information that cannot be obtained using traditional methods, such as body mass index (BMI)
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