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Opportunities to influence health research in the UK

Opportunities to influence health research in the UK Are you a health professional with the expertise to support the research funding process? Opportunities are available for experts to join a number of NIHR funding and prioritisation committees and help to shape the future of health research. The committees prioritise important […]

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Tracking and Treating Malnutrition #malnutritionmatters

Tracking and Treating Malnutrition #malnutritionmatters Michelle Dewar, a Research Dietitian at Hertfordshire Independent Living Service (HILS) is part of the eighth CLAHRC East of England Fellowship cohort. Michelle’s research is adding to the evidence base and raising awareness about the prevalence of malnutrition, which currently affects approximately 1 in 10 older adults […]

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Developing and Evaluating a Clinical Student Mental Health Service at the School of Clinical Medicine, University of Cambridge: Planning to Practice

Project Title: Developing and Evaluating a Clinical Student Mental Health Service at the School of Clinical Medicine, University of Cambridge: Planning to Practice Type of Research: Mixed method evaluation Background & Scientific Rationale: There is a growing awareness of an increase in mental distress and illness in higher education students, […]

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Volunteering and International Psychiatry Special Interest Group (VIPSIG) Annual Conference: A Blog by Dr Felix Clay 

Volunteering and International Psychiatry Special Interest Group (VIPSIG) Annual Conference: A Blog by Dr Felix Clay I’m currently undertaking a six-month NIHR CLAHRC funded Academic Apprenticeship having completed my Core Psychiatry Medical Training. As part of my placement I’m undertaking a systematic review of the literature on the use of Virtual Reality […]

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CLAHRC Fellowship Evaluation

CLAHRC Fellowship Evaluation Research capacity development is a major component of CLAHRC East of England’s work. As part of this activity, CLAHRC invests in education and research skills training and has developed a Fellowship programme which is aimed at clinicians, health and social care practitioners, and managers.  The aim of the […]

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