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Ethnicity and seniority among NHS staff impacts COVID-19 antibody prevalence

Ethnicity and seniority among NHS staff impacts COVID-19 antibody prevalence

Ethnic minority healthcare workers are more likely to have built up antibodies to COVID-19, a team of researchers from Leicester has found. In addition, nurses, healthcare ass…
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ARC EM researcher part of award-winning team

ARC EM researcher part of award-winning team

Professor Adam Gordon was among a team of 11 who won the Nursing Times 2020 Award for Care of Older People at a virtual ceremony held on Wednesday, November 18. The ARC East…
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Nursing Times Awards win for Ashley Duncan

Nursing Times Awards win for Ashley Duncan

ARC East Midlands PhD student Ashley Duncan has triumphed at the 2020 Student Nursing Times Award. The nurse won Post-registration Learner of the Year category beating off sti…
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Dr Oli Williams makes shortlist for major accolade

Dr Oli Williams makes shortlist for major accolade

Former ARC East Midlands researcher Dr Oli Williams has been named as a finalist for a prestigious national award. Dr Williams has been shortlisted for the 2020 Medical Humani…
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PhD studentship opportunity exploring stroke care

PhD studentship opportunity exploring stroke care

THIS Institute PhD Programme hosted by The University of Nottingham, in collaboration with Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and NIHR ARC East Midlands for Allied Health…
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World Diabetes Day: ARC EM study aiming to reduce hypo 999 calls

World Diabetes Day: ARC EM study aiming to reduce hypo 999 calls

Research funded by ARC East Midlands is looking at driving down diabetes-related ambulance call outs across East Midlands. Led by Professor Niro Siriwardena, of the University…