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ARC EM Director shines spotlight on ethnicity health issues among COVID-19

ARC EM Director shines spotlight on ethnicity health issues among COVID-19

Minority ethnic groups are more likely to become seriously unwell or even die should they become infected with COVID-19, the Director of ARC East Midlands has said. Professor…
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ARC EM researcher appointed as a NIHR Senior Investigator

ARC EM researcher appointed as a NIHR Senior Investigator

Professor Kapil Sayal who has been appointed as a new NIHR Senior Investigator. Kapil is Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Honorary Consultant Child and adolesc…
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Multiple long-term conditions implementation programme projects listed

Multiple long-term conditions implementation programme projects listed

The successful applications to the NIHR ARC Multiple Long-Term Conditions Implementation Programme have been revealed. A total of four projects have been selected for funding…
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East Midlands care home staff praised for ‘resourcefulness’ during COVID-19 pandemic

East Midlands care home staff praised for ‘resourcefulness’ during COVID-19 pandemic

“Dedicated and resourceful” care home staff across the East Midlands have been praised for overcoming barriers to assisting people during the first stages of the COVID-19 pan…
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Restricted religious practices relating to death causing upset among all ethnicity groups

Restricted religious practices relating to death causing upset among all ethnicity groups

The “devastation of death” is being made worse among all ethnicity groups because some religious practices relating to religious services and burials are restricted because o…