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Our researcher wins prestigious national awards

Our researcher wins prestigious national awards

A CLAHRC East Midlands researcher has won two national awards for his pioneering work in promoting physiotherapy in the care of people with musculoskeletal complaints. Dr Rob…
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Ten minutes of walking per day may increase life by three years

Ten minutes of walking per day may increase life by three years

People with multiple chronic conditions could increase their life expectancy by three years with as little as ten minutes of brisk walking a day, according to a study part funded…
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Yogini wins another award as CLAHRC EM researchers enjoy more success

Yogini wins another award as CLAHRC EM researchers enjoy more success

Epidemiology PhD student Yogini Chudasama has won her 10th award, with fellow CLAHRC EM researchers also picking up a collection of accolades. Yogini earned the ‘Highly Comm…
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Sam Malins awarded CLAHRC EM PhD

Sam Malins awarded CLAHRC EM PhD

We would like to congratulate Dr Sam Malins for passing his PhD viva, funded by CLAHRC EM. Sam’s PhD was on What helps and what hinders in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Inte…
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Five more years of applied research health in the East Midlands 

Five more years of applied research health in the East Midlands 

CLAHRC East Midlands has been given a £9 million award to enable more vital work to take place over the next five years to tackle the region’s health and care priorities. T…
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Survey reveals NHS research and innovation priorities

Survey reveals NHS research and innovation priorities

The findings from a survey to identify local NHS innovation and research needs have been published. The views of local health stakeholders, including clinical leaders, manage…