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Institute of Applied Health Research Jan 16
Ambulatory care specialists led by supported by Vifor Pharma UK Ltd are working to develop and implement a population based diagnosis and treatment decision support service for routine healthcare delivery
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Samantha Cruz Jan 15
Delighted to be part of and . Very insightful discussions during Day 2
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Luke Oakden-Rayner Jan 15
The end of the consensus meeting. Was an absolutely fantastic 2 days of productive, exciting discussions with wonderful people. Really excited for the guidelines that will come out of this.
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Rebecca Wynter🕷 Jan 16
tweeps, a heads-up for a new book coming out next year with MUP: 'Picturing the Western Front. Photography, practices and experiences in First World War France'
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Institute of Applied Health Research Jan 16
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Forged by Fire Jan 16
Please RT: if you're in next Wednesday and interested in the history of medicine & disasters, we have two talks on burns first-aid & fires and safety in public venues. Both free, sign up here. Exhibition also free all day.
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Justine Ina Davies Jan 16
Great to be a part of this exciting and hugely necessary research.
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Mel Calvert Jan 15
Latest paper from brilliant collaboration Bluebelle pilot randomised controlled trial of three wound dressing strategies to reduce surgical site infection in primary surgical wounds
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BTF Thyroid Jan 13
An opportunity to find out more about the new NICE guideline on this .
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OldRailwayAccidents Jan 14
a great object from the 's collections!
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Clean Air Campaign Jan 14
exists because people in communities all over the UK are not prepared to accept as an inevitable fact of life. This report celebrates your efforts. Thank you!
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Bham City Council Jan 14
We're supporting with the third Jewellery Quarter Suit Drive - asking local businesses and residents to donate smart clothing to , who help unemployed people with interview skills and clothes. Read more
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Grace Surman Jan 14
Welcome back to everyone returning to campus this week! I hope you had a good break and here's to an amazing term
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Institute of Applied Health Research Jan 14
What a fabulous exhibition space!@BurnsHistory
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Mel Calvert Jan 14
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Institute of Applied Health Research Jan 13
Ambulatory care specialists at the University of Birmingham, supported by Vifor Pharma UK Ltd are working to develop and implement a population based diagnosis and treatment decision support service for routine healthcare delivery.
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University of Birmingham Estates Jan 13
Have you signed up for your place at ? The programme is now live, and you can hear about everything from dinosaurs to the French Revolution, alien life and everything in between. Open to all UoB staff and students.
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Institute of Applied Health Research Jan 13
" a population-based anaemia detection, diagnosis & management tool will standardise care to the diverse population in Birmingham...to find the underlying cause of anaemia.” …/…/01/vifor-dan-lasserson.aspx
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College of Life and Environmental Sciences Jan 6
ICYMI News - Pollution league tables for UK urban areas reveal the expected and unexpected
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