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Breathe Well UoB Oct 3
We are delighted that our Macedonian colleagues have now recruited over 1,000 patients to their smoking cessation trial!! Amazing work by dedicated clinicians - proof that (lots of) hard work and perseverance really does pay off!
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Tina Lavender Oct 6
⁩ presenting research on the cultural influences on stillbirth experiences on behalf of ⁦⁩ group as one of the top scoring abstracts ⁦⁩ ⁦
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ECLIPSE Nov 3
On 1 November 2019 we launched the , funded by , led by anthropologist and parasitologist from . We are working in , and on
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Tiba Partnership Jan 7
TIBA will host 80 project and finance managers from 20 countries across 3 continents in Kigali, Rwanda 🇷🇼 for a 3-day workshop on Good Financial Grant Practice aimed at building capacity towards strengthening the governance of research grant funding.
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Medical Research Council Jan 21
With we are committing £10m to global maternal and neonatal health research via MRC’s new Applied Global Health Research Board. Deadline for applications 7 April 2020:
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Elaina Davis Jan 15
Mike Batley celebrating the successes of highlighting the rapid evolution, diversity, scope, and scale of the portfolio
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Allen Nabisere Oct 10
Elizabeth Ayebare, sharing findings on Experiences of parents, families & health workers of care after stillbirth in urban and rural facilities in Uganda. Great work.... Thank you very much , , and
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Tracey Mills Oct 5
Manchester NIHR Stillbirth group delighted to be presenting our work at
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War-PATH Oct 12
War-Path study team and colleagues focussing on risk factors for thrombosis - blood sugar, bmi, blood pressure, along with blood donations during World Thrombosis Day in Kampala
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War-PATH Oct 14
Dr Gerald Mutungi, Commissioner for Non Communicable Diseases at the Ugandan Ministry of Health, one of the 300 participants getting involved in activities in Kampala on Saturday for World Thrombosis Day
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Alastair H Leyland May 9
You can find a summary of our funded work on Social Policy and Health Inequalities at
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Dr Helen Price Nov 4
So proud to announce that I will be co-leading (with anthropologist ) a large project (funded by ). We will work on cutaneous leishmaniasis in , and
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Keele University Nov 4
Keele has received a major award of £4.6 million from the to lead a global study investigating the social impact of a neglected tropical disease, cutaneous leishmaniasis.
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GHRUSlums May 7
We are excited to join other Groups and Units from the Research Programme at the Birmingham Council House for the next three days to discuss research and Global Health. Our Units poster can be seen in the breakout area.
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RESPIRE Sep 9
After an excellent external showcase of activities this morning, it's time to focus on the rest of the - starting with the opportunity for each of our partners to celebrate successes, review challenges and share ideas
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ECLIPSE Nov 3
Breaking news: invests £34 million in studies. is one of 5 projects focussing on reducing the public health burden of severe stigmatising skin diseases . More info here:
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RECHARGE Oct 18
Session for project and specific activities in Kyrgyzstan 🇰🇬 including videos of Kara Jorga dance with Sing To Breathe Easy group - lots of interesting ideas for cultural adaptation of PR
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ASSET GHRU May 16
Final day! Group discussions on our three platforms: integrated primary health care, maternal care and surgical care @israelpmakwara
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Rebecca Smyth Oct 15
Mpilo Hospital, Bulawayo Specialist Clinic Team ready to start the Thembani Clinic: Specialist care for pregnant women following stillbirth. ⁩ ⁦
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@LAMRN_Stillbirth Jan 17
Testing of the new game "DIGNITY" has started in Clinical midwives were involved im game playing to enhance their knowledge on Respectful maternal & Newborn care. Great enthusiasm and discussion
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