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Tea, cake and sympathy at Death Café

Issued:10/05/16

To celebrate Dying Matters Awareness week Sheffield Hallam University is once again teaming up with St Luke’s Hospice to hold the ‘Death...



Online messages from 'beyond the grave' may hurt not...

Issued:05/05/16

Websites that send messages from 'beyond the grave' can tarnish the memories that recently bereaved people have of dead friends and relatives,...



Study identifies weight discrimination in the workplace

Issued:05/05/16

A Sheffield Hallam University study has found that obese men and women are less likely to be employed because of their weight. In a study of 181 recruiters...



The social value of sport

Issued:19/04/16

Participation in sport in England generates social value of over £44 billion according to research by Sheffield Hallam University.The study,...



[VIDEO] Sheffield Hallam joins 'Hello my name is…'...

Issued:07/04/16

Students and staff from Sheffield Hallam University have pledged their support to a national campaign which aims to improve the relationship between...



Sarah Champion MP to discuss CSE with social work...

Issued:16/03/16

Social work students at Sheffield Hallam University are set to debate issues around child sexual exploitation (CSE) with Rotherham MP, Sarah Champion....



Research aims to identify risk of infection after...

Issued:07/03/16

Technology that can quickly identify the risk of infection in women who have given birth by caesarean section, is being developed by Sheffield Hallam...



Sheffield Hallam leading the way in allied health...

Issued:04/03/16

Allied health professionals from across the country will meet at Sheffield Hallam University today to discuss how they can improve clinical practice...



Health workers team up with academics to tackle addiction

Issued:01/03/16

People recovering from addiction and substance abuse are to be put centre stage as an example of how communities can tackle social exclusion in a series...



Social prescribing is reaping the benefits for patients...

Issued:03/02/16

Patients with long-term health conditions are reaping huge benefits from being prescribed non-medical treatments by their doctors.Social prescribing,...