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  • QEHB

    29 Jan 2015

    ‘The more research active an organisation is, the better the outcomes for patients’

    A recent interview featured on The Guardian website with Greta Westwood, deputy director of research at Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, has emphasised the role of research in improving patient care. Greta explains how a research-positive…

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    22 Jan 2015

    Science on Tap

    Theme Lead Dr Beryl Oppenheim will be showcasing the work of the NIHR SRMRC’s microbiology team at a special, free, event on Tuesday 3rd February. The relaxed, informal Café Scientifique evening starts at 7pm upstairs…

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    21 Jan 2015

    World class burns experts to gather in Birmingham

    Experts in burns research from as far afield as Australia will gather at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham on Monday 26th January. The Healing Foundation Centre for Burns Research, based at QEHB, will host the…

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    12 Jan 2015

    Maintaining human factors on the frontline

    An Open Seminar focusing on the challenges of maintaining human factors under the most extreme circumstances will take place at QEHB on Friday 6th March. The seminar, “Human Factors in Extremis: Capturing the lessons of…

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    06 Jan 2015

    Don’t miss This Morning on ITV tomorrow!

        Sister Aisling Clarkson and patient Rory Curtis will join Phillip Schofield and Amanda Holden on This Morning’s sofa tomorrow at 11am. The pair will be talking about Rory’s care by the NIHR SRMRC team…

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    05 Jan 2015

    Is the outcome following limb salvage in military patients superior to that of amputation?

    Just as in the wars of the last century, injuries sustained in the recent conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan more commonly involve the limbs than any other anatomical region. An article (Penn-Barwell JG, et al. Medium-term…