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  Developing an intervention to maximise nurse antibiotic prescribing for Upper Respiratory Tract Infections (URTI).
  Research Group: Safeguarding Health through Infection Prevention
  Dr V Ness, Dr L Price, Dr K McAloney-Kocaman
Applications accepted all year round

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Ref. SHLS20034 Ness. Antimicrobial resistance is a public health priority with human, financial and social costs. One of the main contributors to this resistance is the inappropriate prescribing of antibiotics.
  Development of interventions combining exercise, patient education and pain management on free-living physical activity and quality of life in individuals with intermittent claudication.
  Research Group: Ageing Well
  Dr C Seenan, Dr U Abaraogu, Dr P Dall
Applications accepted all year round

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Ref. SHLS20036 Seenan. Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) is a common vascular disease which is characterised by pain and exercise intolerance, termed Intermittent Claudication (IC), due to reduction in blood flow to skeletal muscles in the lower limbs.
  Measuring the Impact of Visual Impairment on Face Perception: A Combined Behavioural and Haemodynamic Approach
  Research Group: Vision Research
  Dr A Logan, Dr U Shahani, Dr L Cameron
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Ref. SHLS20025. Faces contain a wealth of information. a brief glimpse is typically sufficient to recognise a familiar face or interpret a facial expression.
  Optimising the nursing contribution to improving antimicrobial stewardship in hospitals: development of a multi-component intervention
  Research Group: Safeguarding Health through Infection Prevention
  Dr V Ness, Dr D McDonald
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Ref. SHLS20033 Ness. ‘Antimicrobial resistance’ (AMR) means that many antibiotics may not work in future, putting hospital patients at increased risk of serious infections.
  What are the attitudes and experiences of those with COPD and healthcare professionals around using M-health apps?
  Research Group: Ageing Well
  Dr N Roberts, Dr E McElhinney
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Reference. SHLS20043. People increasingly use mobile health apps (m-health) in their everyday life and these tools have the potential to help older adults manage their health.
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