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Precision Medicine DTP – What’s next? Using data visualization to make sense of personalised paediatric critical care pathways

Background. Paediatric critical care (PCC) is a highly valued specialist service that saves infants’ and children’s lives. However, having a child needing critical care is a stressful event for parents because their child suddenly requires different technologies within paediatric intensive care units (PICU) to survive. Read more

Precision Medicine DTP – Patient Stratification using Explainable Clustering

Background. Clinical or biological variability between patients resulting in outcome differences are the norm in critically ill patients with syndromes such as sepsis and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). Read more

What is “critical” about social work?

  Research Group: Social Work
REF SHLS-20012 Webb. This project will examine what is “critical” about social work. The aim is to provide close analysis of current trends, ideas and innovations in the field of theoretical and methodological social work by focusing on literature, policy and practice developments. Read more

Lancaster University Faculty of Health & Medicine, Division of Health Research

The Division of Health Research at Lancaster University is committed to pursuing world-class research. It brings together a range of social science disciplines to tackle key challenges of the 21st century within health and medicine. Read more

MRes: The efficacy of scalp cooling in the prevention of chemotherapy induced alopecia: analysis of the Dutch Scalp Cooling Registry data to understand critical parameters of efficacy

Despite recent advances in cancer therapeutics, chemotherapy remains one of the main treatment strategies for cancer patients. One of the major and perhaps the most distressing side-effect of chemotherapy in cancer patients is hair loss (chemotherapy induced alopecia, CIA). Read more

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