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International drug and alcohol recovery academy launched

Issued:14/12/16

Sheffield Hallam University has launched an international academy to support new research and policy in the area of drug and alcohol desistance and...



Doping prevention for gym-goers

Issued:13/12/16

Gym goers and amateur athletes are being targeted by a European-wide project to prevent the use of performance enhancing drugs.The project - SAFE YOU+:...



System failing to prevent deaths post-detention

Issued:12/12/16

Poor access to health care and confusion over post-detention care may have contributed to more than 400 deaths following police custody and prison...



OFFA publishes new tools to evaluate the impact of...

Issued:05/12/16

The Office for Fair Access (OFFA) has published a report and a set of online tools to help universities better evaluate the financial support they...



Mass-participation science experiment - you're invited!

Issued:24/11/16

Academics at Sheffield Hallam University are inviting people to turn their kitchens into science labs as they launch a new science project that aims...



Research reveals scale of housing developers' profits

Issued:16/11/16

A new report from Sheffield Hallam University has revealed the true scale of soaring profits at the UK's biggest housing developers as...



Destruction of industrial Britain costing the Exchequer...

Issued:07/11/16

Job destruction in older industrial Britain has left the Treasury with a crippling welfare bill and lowered tax revenue, says a new report released...



Fascinating festival will bring social science research...

Issued:03/11/16

A fascinating line-up of events examining the ideas that shape our everyday lives will be hosted across the city this week (5-12 November 2016) as...



Social prescribing improving mental health discharge...

Issued:03/11/16

People with mental health conditions are benefitting from being prescribed non-medical treatments by their doctors, according to a new report.The Rotherham...



Poorest places hit hardest as welfare cuts mount to...

Issued:01/11/16

The most deprived areas of Scotland will once again be hit hardest by the round of welfare reforms announced since the 2015 general election, according...