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New study to help menopausal women at work

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Professor Amanda Griffiths (Division of Psychiatry & Applied Psychology) and Professor Myra Hunter (Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London) have been awarded £170,000 to develop a self-help intervention designed to help working women deal with troublesome menopause symptoms
Date:
29/07/2014

Hard Evidence: does fertility really 'drop off a cliff' at 35?

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Dr Nick Raine-Fenning writes about fertility in The Conversation.
Date:
29/07/2014

FICH BGS Blog article

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Falls in Care Homes Intervention
Date:
14/07/2014

National award for innovative Nottingham researcher

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Dr Ruman Rahman of the Children's Brain Tumour Research Centre (CBTRC) has been unanimously selected by judges to receive the Award of Young Investigator from the British Neuro-Oncology Society Council.
Date:
09/07/2014

New report tackles lack of understanding of Tourette Syndrome in teenagers

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Scientists have found the first reliable evidence that physical activity and sport can help children with Tourette Syndrome to reduce and control their tics and could offer new paths for treatment and therapies.
Date:
03/07/2014

Novel Grommet Insertion Device for the Treatment of Glue Ear

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A new surgical device, the V-Tube, is being developed to make insertion of grommets for the treatment of Otitis Media with Effusion (OME) a much simpler procedure with the potential to move grommet surgery from the operating theatre into the out-patient setting.
Date:
27/06/2014

New Royal Mail Group Workplace Health and Wellbeing Scholarship

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From September 2014 a Royal Mail Group Workplace Health and Wellbeing Scholarship will be awarded annually to one self-funded student on the MSc in Workplace Health and Wellbeing at the School of Medicine, The University of Nottingham.
Date:
26/06/2014

£600,000 donation for UK's first in-theatre intraoperative brain scanner

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An appeal to raise funds for the UK's first in-theatre intraoperative MRI scanner — which will allow Nottingham surgeons to take detailed scans of a patient's brain while on the operating table — has reached a major milestone.
Date:
25/06/2014
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