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    Register now for ReQoL in Practice event - November 29th - Sheffield

    The first national ReQoL in Practice event will be held in Sheffield on 29/11/18. The event is an opportunity for clinicians, peer support workers, managers, outcome leads, commissioners and service users to come together to create a community of practice, sharing learning and knowledge about implementing ReQoL and the use of ReQoL in clinical practice and quality improvement.

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    Publication of the RESPITE Trial in The Lancet

    The largest randomised trial of its kind, lead by ScHARR's Dr Matt Wilson (Chief Investigator) explored the use of Remifentanil as an alternative to Pethidine. Their research was funded by a NIHR Clinician Scientist Fellowship, RESPITE and involved 401 women at 14 UK hospitals between May 2014 and September 2016.
    The publication will be accompanied by a commissioned Editorial and a Lancet podcast, generated from an interview with Dr Wilson.


    The University of Sheffield ranked one of the best universities for teaching in Europe

    The University of Sheffield was named 11th out of 250 institutions across eight European countries in the new rankings, underlying the university's reputation for outstanding teaching.

    The new rankings from The Times Higher Education are the first international ranking to measure the quality of teaching across the world. The rankings, which places the University of Sheffield joint ninth in the UK, draw on data from the European Student Survey. The survey examines a range of key issues including students’ engagement with their studies, their interaction with teachers, the quality of services at the institution and their opportunities to develop skills which help prepare them for a career after university.

    Categorised under: Teaching and Awards

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    Research to Support Policy - Funding Success for ScHARR

    ScHARR have renewed their collaboration with The Centre for Health Economics (CHE) as part of The National Institute for Health Research new set of 13 NIHR Policy Research Units to undertake research to inform decision-making by government and arms-length bodies.

    The £65 million investment over five years will ensure that the government and arms-length bodies have the best possible information and evidence available when making policy decisions about health and social care. 

    Categorised under: Public Health, Research and Health Economics and Decision Science

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    #SuperVisionaries at ScHARR

    A number of supervisors and professional services staff have been recognised by their doctoral students in the #SuperVisionaries initiative

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    New Report: Providing Smoking Cessation For Patients in Hospital Will Save Lives and Money

    A major new report has been released by the Royal College of Physicians calls for a radical change in the way the NHS treats smoking, by providing opt-out cessation services as a routine component of all hospital care. Dr Duncan Gillespie from HEDS was the lead on chapter 3 of the report which looked at how much current smoking is likely to cost the NHS in England through hospital admissions.

    Dr Gillespie said: "The report is very important because it shows how the NHS might do more to help people stop smoking and we have shown what the potential economic payoffs might be."

    Categorised under: Health Education, Public Health, Research and Health Economics and Decision Science

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    University of Sheffield ranked in QS World University Rankings top 100

    The University of Sheffield has been ranked as one of the best universities in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2019, strengthening its position as a leading global university for teaching and research.

    The results rank the University as the 13th best institution in the UK and 75th in the world, a rise from last year’s placing of 82nd. The results position it as the number one University in Yorkshire and Humber and among the top 7.5 per cent of all the universities in the QS World University Rankings. 

    Categorised under: Awards


    ScHARR receives institutional accreditation from APHEA

    ScHARR receives institutional accreditation from APHEA 

    Categorised under: Public Health and Teaching

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    Queen’s Birthday honours for Professor Pam Enderby

    ScHARR is delighted to learn that Professor Pamela Enderby have been recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours for outstanding contributions to healthcare and research.

    Professor Enderby, Emeritus Professor of Community Rehabilitation at the University of Sheffield, was awarded an OBE for her dedicated service to speech and language therapy.

    Categorised under: Awards

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    Sugar tax initiative leads to 30 per cent reduction in sales of sugary drinks, study finds

    A new approach to implementing the UK government’s sugar tax initiative has significantly reduced the number of people buying sugary drinks, according to a study led by researchers at the University of Sheffield.

    The study, conducted by researchers from the University’s School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) in collaboration with health and wellbeing charity Sheffield City Trust (SCT) and Sheffield City Council, saw a 30 per cent reduction in the sales of sugar sweetened beverages as a result of the policy.

    Categorised under: Health Education, Public Health and Research

  • NIHR Statistics Group meeting in Sheffield

    We are delighted to announce that the second annual meeting of the NIHR Statistics Group is to be held in Sheffield on June 21st-22nd.

    Categorised under: Design, Trials & Statistics

  • New ESRC-funded project led by ScHARR

    New ESRC-funded project led by ScHARR

    Petra Meier, Professor of Public Health within ScHARR, has been awarded a £650,000 ESRC grant to study stability and change in British alcohol drinking culture.

    Categorised under: Public Health, Research and Alcohol Policy

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    Our University ranked in the top 50 most international universities in the world

    We have been named as one of the 'most international' universities by The Times Higher Education

    The 2018 league table of the world’s most international universities celebrates institutions that have an outstanding international reputation, in turn helping to attract the very highest calibre of staff and students. The University of Sheffield is ranked 42nd out of the 800 leading universities worldwide.

    Categorised under: Awards

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    ScHARR academic in largest ever study on impact of TB and HIV interventions

    ScHARR academic Pete Dodd involved in largest ever whole-of-population study on the impact of TB and HIV interventions on the burden of TB in sub-Saharan African communities

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    Outbreaks and Pandemics – WHO simulation event in Sheffield

    “Outbreaks and Pandemics – Addressing The Next Crisis” - WHO simulation event to be held in Sheffield, April 2018

    Categorised under: Public Health, Teaching and Research