News and Events

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  • National Mortality Review Programme

    ScHARR Research used as the basis for new national mortality review programme.

  • NHS 111

    A group of researchers from ScHARR has published an article about the NHS non-emergency advice line, NHS 111, and the experience of this service in England, in the December issue of Eurohealth. 

    Categorised under: Research

  • How Yorkshire Fit Are You?

    How Yorkshire Fit Are You?
    Join Yorkshire’s largest health study and find out.

    Categorised under: Public Health and Research

  • Adopt a Care Home

    The Adopt a Care Home study involving a number of academics from ScHARR have run an evaluation of its potential benefits. The evaluation is being run before developing it further in partnership with Sheffield City Council. The study is lead by Laura Di Bona with support from Sheila Kennedy and the Adopt a Care Home scheme lead, Andrew Wallace. The scheme was devised to meet the dual aims of increasing dementia awareness in children and improving the wellbeing of people with dementia in care homes.

    Categorised under: Research

  • REEACT: the Randomised Evaluation of the Effectiveness and Acceptability of Computerised Therapy

    Colleagues from ScHARR have been involved in the largest randomised control trial to date, assessing the effectiveness of computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) when added to usual GP care.

    Categorised under: Research and Design, Trials & Statistics

  • PPI Story

    Stakeholder involvement in HTA

    Dr Louise Brereton from ScHARR’s Public Health section co-presented a session with Public Involvement representatives on stakeholder involvement in the INTEGRATE-HTA project at the De Bazel Conference Centre in Amsterdam. 

    Categorised under: Research and Events

  • How unhealthy diets contribute to climate change and hunger

    Leading scientists from the University of Sheffield have joined world leaders in Paris for the start of the crucial United Nations Conference on Climate Change, COP21 (30 November–11 December 2015).

    Here, ScHARR's Professor Michelle Holdsworth looks at why poor nutrition is both a cause and a consequence of climate change, and says COP21 is an important opportunity to tackle this issue. 

    Categorised under: Research and Events

  • ScHARR's Colin Angus

    Parliamentary Event on Research Impact

    ScHARR’s Colin Angus and Robin Purshouse from the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering attended an event hosted by the Parliamentary Office for Science and Technology (POST).

    Categorised under: Research and Events

  • RCEM Conference

    Delayed bleeding in anticoagulated patients after blunt head trauma - ScHARR research presented at the Royal College of Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Conference in Manchester. 

    Categorised under: Research and Events

  • Clinical Research Academy

    The Sheffield Clinical Research Academy has now launched.

  • HTA Board Chair appointment for Professor Steve Goodacre

    NIHR HTA Board Chair appointment for ScHARR’s Professor Steve Goodacre 

    Categorised under: Emergency Medicine

  • PhD Profile - Sabine Grimm

    In the latest edition of the ScHARR Alumni Newsletter, we meet Sabine Grimm, a PhD student from Germany currently studying with us in the Health Economics and Decision Science section of our School.

    Categorised under: Teaching and Research

  • Making an Impact

    The School of Health and Related Research: 20 years of making an impact.

    Categorised under: Health Education, Public Health, Research, Health Services Research, Health Economics and Decision Science and Design, Trials & Statistics

  • Alcohol Guidelines - The Conversation

    Alcohol guidelines ignore how people drink – that’s why they’re not heeded.

    Categorised under: Public Health, Research and Alcohol Policy

  • Drinking Guidelines

    The Government’s current alcohol guidelines are unrealistic and largely ignored because they have little relevance to people’s drinking habits, according to a new report by the ScHARR's Sheffield Alcohol Research Group (SARG) in collaboration with the University of Stirling.

    Categorised under: Research and Alcohol Policy