Sit Less ScHARR!
Running until 1st August 2014, "Sit Less ScHARR!" is an intervention which aims to reduce the amount of time ScHARR staff spend sitting at work.
TB Rates in Children Much Higher than WHO Estimate.
More than 650,000 children worldwide develop tuberculosis each year, according to ScHARR research published in the journal Lancet Global Health.
How Paro the robot seal is being used to help UK dementia patients.
Guardian article highlights research undertaken by Prof Gail Mountain and colleagues.
Deprivation, Clubs, and Drugs.
In the latest ScHARR Public Health blog post, we look at a new paper which examines weight-management strategies across demographics in the UK.
The latest ScHARR Research Roundup
Read about some of many publications to come out of ScHARR over the last month.
The ScHARR Student E-Journal
The ScHARR Student E-Journal, which gives Masters and PhD students in ScHARR the opportunity to publish their work, is now live!
Equality and diversity in ScHARR
ScHARR recently received the Athena SWAN Bronze award in recognition of our commitment to gender equality
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