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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.

Driving future economies

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.

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.

National conversation launched to help people with health conditions to become more active

A national conversation around making it easier for people with long-term health conditions to be more physically active has been launched by the National Centre for Sport & Exercise Medicine (NCSEM) in collaboration with Sheffield Hallam University and Sport England

Active lifestyles

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.

Helping families who need it most - funding secured for Hallam-led community nursery to offer extra places

Funding to offer extra places at a new Sheffield Hallam University-led community nursery has been secured - providing support for families who need it most.


Hallam joins research network to explore how robots can support frail elderly

Sheffield Hallam University has joined a new research network exploring how healthcare robots could support people living with frailty in the community.

New book launched to provide support for people recently diagnosed with dementia

Researchers from Sheffield Hallam University have worked alongside a poet and illustrator to launch a book which offers a new way of providing information to those who have been recently diagnosed.

Books and writing

Hallam graduate wins prestigious fashion week award

As London Fashion Week 2020 draws to a close, a Sheffield Hallam University fashion graduate has scooped a prestigious award in recognition of the unique narrative and concept of her final year design project.


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