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Department of Health Care Management and Policy Academics present poster at AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting

A poster authored by various colleagues at the Department of Health Care Management and Policy has been presented at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting (ARM) in Minneapolis, USA. The poster detailed the results of the IAPT LTC MUS evaluation Phase 2.


Surrey joins project to improve evaluation of seasonal flu vaccines

To improve the toolbox available to evaluate seasonal flu vaccines, European public and private research institutions are joining together in FLUCOP, a €13.9 million project funded by the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI).


Department of Healthcare Management and Policy academics publish paper on Big Data usage patterns in health care

Professor Simon de Lusignan and Harshana Liyanage are among the co-authors of the paper, published in the Yearbook of Medical Informatics.


Surrey announces new research partnership to explore type 2 diabetes

Five-year collaboration with Eli Lilly and Company will explore health outcomes for people with the disease.


Academic F2 Doctor exhibits posters at conference

Hannah Fieldhouse, an academic F2 Doctor with the Department of Health Care Management and Policy has exhibited two posters at the Royal College of General Practitioners Annual Conference


Surrey Research Student has poster presented at New York conference

PhD student, Sanju Mathew, has had a poster presented at the joint American and European Liver Societies Conference in New York.


Surrey Research Student publishes prize winning paper

Nouf Sahal AlHarbi, student representative of the Department of Health Care Management and Policy, has been awarded a prize by the Saudi Cultural Bureau in London.


Surrey PhD researcher wins British Society of Audiology award

Fiona Barker, a PhD student in the Department of Healthcare Management and Policy, has been awarded the prestigious Denzil Brooks Trophy from the British Society of Audiology (BSA).


Economic value of social welfare advice makes compelling investment case – new Low Commission research

The Low Commission which earlier this year published its report on a future strategy for social welfare advice, in light of legal aid cuts, has now published a major follow up work on the economic value of social welfare advice.


NHS staffing guidelines: it would be a mistake to set minimum levels

Professor Graham Cookson has contributed an article to the Guardian Healthcare Professionals Network on why adequate staffing levels, although necessary, are not enough to guarantee safe and high quality care.

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