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British Medical Association awards student

Issued:03/10/17

A Sheffield Hallam University student has been recognised by the British Medical Association (BMA) for her work to improve care for stroke survivors...



New degree level apprenticeships launched at Hallam

Issued:22/09/17

Innovative new degree level apprenticeships have been launched at Sheffield Hallam University this week to help tackle skills shortages in the health...



Planning approved for world leading research centre

Issued:12/09/17

Planning permission for Sheffield Hallam University's new Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) has been granted by Sheffield City Council....



You are what you think you eat

Issued:06/09/17

New research has shown that people consume more calories if they believe they have eaten less than someone else - even if it is exactly the same meal.Despite...



What is sex shopping really like for women?

Issued:06/09/17

A new book released today explores the contradiction of how women experience sex shops as consumers.The book, Consumer Sexualities, by Dr Rachel Wood...



Research reveals the hidden £16,000 price tag of...

Issued:20/07/17

Thousands of people affected by Parkinson’s are struggling with financial losses of more than £16,000 every year, according to new research...



Hallam professor recognised for services to health

Issued:07/07/17

Sheffield Hallam University's professor of nursing has been awarded an honorary doctorate by Abertay University for her services to healthcare....



Sporting heroes praise student's problem-solving theories

Issued:27/06/17

A book written by a PhD student at Sheffield Hallam University has been praised by two of the world's most successful sports stars.Dame Jessica...



New research shows high intensity exercise reduces...

Issued:27/06/17

Regular high intensity exercise is one of the best ways to prevent type 2 diabetes, according to new research by Sheffield Hallam University. A study...



Scientists to test potential new cure for back pain

Issued:19/06/17

Scientists at Sheffield Hallam University are developing a range of revolutionary hydrogels that may remedy degenerative disc disease - a condition...