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Thousands of Erasmus students ‘could lose funding’ under no-deal Brexit

Thousands of students could lose out on funding to study abroad if the UK opts for a no-deal Brexit, according to Universities UK. The Government announced on Tuesday that in

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Academic on mission to improve care home food for dementia sufferers

A Sheffield Hallam University hospitality expert is on a mission to improve food and drinks for dementia patients living in care homes in the UK. Norman Dinsdale, a former chef

Cambridge spin-out secures to tackle Alzheimer's and related diseases - Care Appointments Spin Out, Education And Training, Cambridge, Spinning, Men Sweater, Hand Spinning, Men's Knits, Indoor Cycling

Cambridge spin-out secures £18m to tackle Alzheimer’s and related diseases

A biopharmaceutical company set-up by Cambridge academics from St John’s College to develop drugs to treat illnesses such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and more than 50 other related diseases has won £18 million in

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Funded PhD opportunity to evaluate technology use to aid frontline social workers

Ulster University have an exciting and funded PhD research opportunity to evaluate the benefits of technology solutions to aid frontline social workers reduce their time on administration. Following a comprehensive

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Edinburgh researchers identify genetic changes which may predict breast cancer relapse

Scientists have identified genetic changes that may predict the likelihood of breast cancer relapse in women who take a common type of hormone therapy. It is believed the findings could

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Frailty could make people more susceptible to dementia, says study

Being frail could tip older people towards dementia, according to a new study. Scientists have found that those over the age of 59 who were weak were more likely to

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University completes largest ever study of psychological sex differences and autistic traits

Scientists at the University of Cambridge have completed the world’s largest ever study of typical sex differences and autistic traits. They tested and confirmed two long-standing psychological theories: the Empathising-Systemising

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Exhibition highlights experience of people with learning impairments in work

An exhibition, running from 19 to 25 November, at Jubilee Library in Brighton will highlight the experience of people with a learning impairment in the workplace. Work[able] forms part of

A robot created by Washington State University scientists could help elderly people with dementia and other limitations live independently in their own Washington State University, Nursing Care, Elderly Care, Medical Care, How To Run Longer, Own Home, Homes, People, Folk

University scientists claim robot could help dementia patients live independently

A robot built by scientists in the US could help elderly people and those with dementia live independently at home, its creators claim. Scientists at Washington State University (WSU) say

Staff shortage risks undermining Scottish Government’s five-year cancer strategy - Care Appointments Education And Training, Scotland, Cancer, How To Plan

Staff shortage risks undermining Scottish Government’s five-year cancer strategy

Staff shortages within the NHS risk undermining the Scottish Government’s £100 million cancer strategy, a new report has found. A review of the five-year plan at its half-way point found

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Emotive TV documentary on Barnardo’s sparked allegations of abuse, inquiry told

An “emotive and provocative” television documentary about the work of a charity led to alleged abuse victims coming forward and sparked thousands of requests for access to records, an inquiry

Tim Loughton warns failure to invest in children's social care is 'false economy' - Care Appointments Education And Training, Freedom Of Movement, About Uk, Investing, Children, Self, Young Children, Boys, Kids

Tim Loughton warns failure to invest in children’s social care is ‘false economy’

The cost of child neglect is £15 billion every year, an MP has told the Commons. Tory MP Tim Loughton said failing to spend more on prevention was “a false

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Sexual abuse victim in Rotherham ‘felt sick’ to be named on live radio, court told

A victim of sexual exploitation in Rotherham screamed and was “quite hysterical” after she heard her identity revealed in a live BBC radio broadcast, a court has heard. Senior BBC

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Fresh blow to Scottish Government’s controversial named person scheme

The group tasked with drawing up a code of practice for a key part of the Scottish Government’s named person scheme is finding it “challenging” to ensure this is “simple,

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Funding available to support learning opportunities for NI domiciliary care workers

In December the Northern Ireland Social Care Council contacted social care employers across Northern Ireland to make them aware of available monies to support learning and development opportunities for Domiciliary

Elderly should keep mobile to stave off the effects of dementia - Care Appointments Job Center, Dementia Symptoms, British Family, Welfare State, Army Veteran, Working People, Magic Words, Running Late

Elderly should keep mobile to stave off the effects of dementia

Older people who move around more – even if they are just doing housework – may protect themselves against the effects of dementia, research has shown. Scientists studied the donated