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Dec
07
CRN GM site is leading recruiter to three breast cancer studies

A Greater Manchester site is leading the way with recruitment to a number of breast cancer clinical research studies.

Dec
07
Why should Junior Doctors find out more about research?

We look at ways for Junior Doctors to start engaging their patients in clinical research trials

Dec
06
Engaging adolescents in changing behaviour

When we look to the future of the NHS, there are some alarming statistics that show how much impact poor diet and lack of exercise is having.

Dec
06
The public health paradigm

Dr Helen Walters talks about the potential of public health research to impact on all our futures, and the future of the NHS.

Dec
06
Safeguarding the future

An NIHR funded trial, sponsored by St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and being delivered with the support of Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, is helping to progress developments for a potential vaccine which could help erad

Dec
06
Investing in prevention

GATEWAY aims to improve life chances by tackling the wider determinants of offending such as employment, housing and health including mental health and substance misuse. It also trains individuals in improving empathy.

Dec
06
Empowering women to make life changes

As breast cancer numbers rise, prevention and awareness is becoming paramount in helping women all over the world manage their own risk factors and reduce impact upon health services.

Dec
06
Visioning a healthier future in Dorset and beyond

As the NIHR looks to increase its portfolio of public health research, Chris Skelly from Public Health Dorset has been supporting CRN Wessex, explaining the role of Public Health Dorset, some of its more innovative projects and his vision for futu

Dec
06
Delving deeper into dental health

Dr Kristina Wanyonyi focuses her time on exploring the links between general and oral health and developing effective health services. Read about her latest research in CRN Wessex's VISION magazine.

Dec
06
Common antidepressant does not aid stroke recovery, study finds

Stroke patients prescribed a common antidepressant show no improvement compared with those given a dummy drug, an NIHR-funded study has found.