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Hallam study reveals divide over whether childhood obesity is a child protection issue

Almost half of all health and social workers questioned as part of a new study by academics at Sheffield Hallam University have indicated that they feel childhood obesity should be considered a child protection issue.

Graduate mentor scheme to support 700 pupils in Barnsley

Barnsley council approves funding for graduate mentoring scheme for 700 pupils

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Education
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Play tackling mental health hosted by Hallam

Sheffield Hallam University is hosting a new play by an award-winning playwright tackling the issues of depression and suicide to help raise awareness and encourage discussion on difficult topics

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Civic
Health
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Conversation launched to make it easier for people to be active

National conversation launched to make it easier for people with health conditions to be active.

Horse racing’s £300m economic impact on Yorkshire

A major study has revealed that the horse racing industry contributes in excess of £300 million a year to the Yorkshire economy.

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Driving future economies
Research
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Hallam joins fight against knife crime

Sheffield Hallam is helping to tackle knife crime by educating young people in the city and working with South Yorkshire Police to produce research.

Innovation Conference shows how Hallam research can boost sustainable pandemic recovery

Demonstrating research that will help the UK recover from Covid-19 sustainably is the aim of the Innovation Conference.

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Sustainability
Business
Engineering

Sheffield Hallam statement on the situation in Afghanistan

The situation in Afghanistan is extremely concerning, and we know that members of our staff and student community will be worried about what the future holds for those who live there.

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Six-figure funding secured to develop chatbot for young people with type 1 diabetes

A team of researchers from Sheffield Hallam University and Sheffield Children’s Hospital has been awarded £800,000 to develop the first NHS-approved chatbot virtual assistant for young people with type 1 diabetes who are moving from paediatric to adult care

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Health
Technology
Wellbeing

Sheffield Hallam delivered project helps to support teacher development

Two-thirds of teachers taking part in our pilot project aimed at supporting their continuing development say it has helped improve their knowledge and made them more effective.

 

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