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2010 News

The November edition of the York Trials briefing note is now available.

Posted on Friday 3 December 2010

Poor recruitment to hazardous drinking study overcome by mass mail out approach.

York is THE University of the Year

Posted on Friday 26 November 2010

The University of York has been named University of the Year in the 2010 Times Higher Education (THE) Awards.

The October issue of the York Trials Unit Briefing Note is now available.

Posted on Tuesday 2 November 2010

A pragmatic randomised trial finds that General Practitioners’ (GPs) access to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of the knee is cost-effective.

York unveiled as 'Centre of Excellence' in blood cancer research

Posted on Tuesday 12 October 2010

Original WI 'Calendar Girls' Tricia Stewart and Lynda Logan joined researchers and doctors today (Tuesday, 12 October) to help unveil York and Leeds as a 'Yorkshire Centre of Excellence' of the national blood cancer charity Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.

Partnership gives research voice to pressure ulcer patients

Posted on Wednesday 15 September 2010

A new £1.75 million research project aims to give patients a voice in the search to find the most effective treatment for pressure ulcers.

York Trials Briefing Note -August 2010

Posted on Wednesday 25 August 2010

The August issue of the York Trials Unit Briefing Note is now available.

‘Addict’. ‘Junkie’ jargon. Who cares? Extreme social stigma holds back drug recovery

Posted on Tuesday 24 August 2010

The extreme stigma attached to drug addiction represents a massive obstacle to rehabilitation and recovery.

Update for Vacancies for Nursing Programmes

Posted on Wednesday 18 August 2010

Applications in the 2010/11 UCAS cycle have been at an extremely high level and there have been an unprecedented number of applicants accepting the place we have offered.

Smoking cessation treatments work and are safe for people with severe mental illness

Posted on Friday 28 May 2010

In a study published in the journal Addiction, researchers including Professor Simon Gilbody, Department of Health Sciences determined that treatment for smoking dependence is as effective among people with severe mental illnesses as it is for the general population.

Bristol Festival of Ideas Book Prize

Posted on Friday 21 May 2010

Professor Kate Pickett, Department of Health Sciences and Richard Wilkinson have been awarded the Bristol Festival of Ideas award, worth £10,000, for their book, The Spirit Level.

Wounds research for patient benefit programme

Posted on Friday 26 February 2010

Making the care of people with complex, chronic wounds as good as it can be. In collaboration with the Leeds Tissue Viability Service.

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