The Mental Health Research Community Map is an interactive map for mental health researchers to find collaborators and connect mental health research in the UK quickly and easily. Set up by the Mental Health Research Incubator, the aim is to build a collaborative, multidisciplinary directory of mental health researchers by encouraging anyone to drop a…
The UK Clinical Research Facility Network (UKCRF Network), hosted by Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT), has been awarded £2.4 million funding by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) to support research studies over the next five years. The UKCRF Network works in collaboration with 54 Clinical Research Facilities (CRFs) based within…
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• 1-2-1 mentor support available
• Apply by midday Friday, Sept 30, 2022
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It is open to all nurse, AHP and healthcare researchers at any career stage, who have a paper(s) to write up for submission to an academic journal and need time and space to focus on this without interruption.
Two drugs, eszopiclone and lemborexant – both not currently licenced for the treatment of insomnia in the UK – were shown to perform better than others, both in the acute and long-term treatment of insomnia in adults, according to a new Oxford study exploring the pharmacological management of insomnia. This new study, published in The…
Some research studies into dementia are starting to use Magnetoencephalography scans (also known as MEG scans) but what is MEG? What does it measure? And what can it tell us about neurodegeneration?
Blog post by Andrew Quinn, Jemma Pitt, Méadhbh Brosnan, Sarah Clayton, & Kia Nobre from the Brain & Cognition lab & OxDARE team for Dementia Action Week 2021.