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Academics hook up with lingerie company to improve...

Issued:05/10/16

Academics at Sheffield Hallam University are working with a lingerie company and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to provide a new...



University report explores efficacy of palliative...

Issued:05/07/16

A new report by Sheffield Hallam University has revealed that, despite an abundance of government recommendations on end of life care in England, there...



Sheffield Hallam project in the running for race equality...

Issued:04/07/16

Sheffield Hallam University has been recognised for its commitment to increasing Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) representation in the paramedic...



Sheffield Hallam professor honours Crimean War nurse...

Issued:30/06/16

A Sheffield Hallam University professor will be helping to unveil a new statue honouring the Crimean War nurse, Mary Seacole.It will be the first statue...



[VIDEO] Student paramedics to inspire BME communities

Issued:24/05/16

Student paramedics from Sheffield Hallam University have fronted a project that aims to attract more people from a Black or Minority Ethnic (BME) background...



Students mark International Nurses Day

Issued:12/05/16

Nursing students from Sheffield Hallam University have been celebrating International Nurses Day by teaching valuable life-saving skills to school...



Lecturer campaigning to improve lives of patients...

Issued:11/05/16

A Sheffield Hallam University lecturer will address the Health Secretary and other MPs today (Wednesday 11 May) at a parliamentary event that aims...



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...