Category Archives: Projects

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Support4all

Breast cancer affects a substantial proportion of the population and state-of-the-art radiotherapy approaches require increasing precision accuracy to avoid long-term side effects...
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The Power of Sheffield Journeys

Dementia has been identified by the World Health Organisation as one of the major causes of disability worldwide, impacting both on the person and their caregivers and families...
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Photography in Care Homes

Globally, the population is ageing; the fastest growing demographic is people aged 85 and over...
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Pain talking

Explaining and quantifying the experience of living with chronic pain presents a particularly challenging task for children and young people...
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Non-invasive ventilation

Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) is the delivery of breathing support via a face-mask. It is used to treat individuals whose breathing is compromised. Evidence shows that...
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NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellowship

£8 billion per year is spent on health-related research; there is a responsibility to demonstrate a return on investment...
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Insights into telehealth and care technologies (InTaCT)

An ageing population, pressure on resources and changing expectations are driving demand for innovative solutions...
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Home health monitoring: EyKos HealthHub

Finding ways to help individuals to take an active role in managing their long-term health conditions has been a key element of health policy in the UK...
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Head Up

Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a rapidly progressive neurodegenerative disease. Individuals with the condition often develop weak neck muscles, leading to pain, restricted movement and problems with swallowing and communication...
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Grip strength and dexterity

Cheese, biscuits, milk, jam, juices, cereals and condiments are typical items served in single portion packaging in hospitals around the world...
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