Notable works from ScHARR

The work of ScHARR has continued apace during the COVID-19 pandemic, and some examples of ScHARR’s ongoing impact are highlighted below:  • The CONSORT Adaptive Designs extension has just been published for the reporting of clinical trials which have adaptive designs. The group was led by Munya Dimairo. The work is already having an impact…

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MDH Staff and students to present groundbreaking transition programme at the national widening participation symposium

The New Starter Programme (NSP) is an innovative partnership between staff and students in the Health Sciences School (HSS), which provides valuable support to local widening participation students during their transition to university. The collaborative work will be presented at the National Education Opportunities Network’s (NEON) annual symposium as an example of best practice. The…

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How is Nepal’s move to federalism impacting on the health system? New research project launches.

A major new collaborative project has launched examining the consequences for the health system of Nepal’s move to a federal government structure. The three-year project is UK-funded by the MRC, Wellcome Trust and DFID under the Health Systems Research Initiative. The project is collaboration between researchers at the Universities of Sheffield, Bournemouth and Huddersfield in…

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#ECARS2020 Conference

Coverage of the event from MRC Skills Development Fellow, Ines Henriques-Cadby. In a time where research interactions have been constrained or halted, particularly for doctoral students and other early career researchers, the Sheffield Alcohol Research Group (SARG) launched its first Early Career Alcohol Research Symposium (ECARS). The symposium aimed to give early career researchers, from first year doctoral…

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