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Understanding and identifying the risk of pain in people undergoing hysteroscopy procedures

Hysteroscopy procedures have traditionally been considered low-pain or 'pain free' procedures, but recent research evidence suggests that they may actually be associated with significant pain during the procedure for a large proportion of patients. Read more

A comparative study of lexical innovation in English and German

Languages use word formation and borrowing to enhance their lexicon and to adapt it to a changing world. Over time, the way in which these means are used by individual languages to add to their lexicon might change. Read more

‘New directions in French thought: Sarah Kofman, Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe, Maurice Blanchot’.

Applications are invited for projects looking at the thinkers Kofman, Lacoue-Labarthe and Blanchot. It is expected that prospective applicants will design the scope of the project in collaboration with Dr. Read more

Acceptability, validation and extension of a novel digital manikin for identifying location and intensity of pain

Pain is a common symptom of all musculoskeletal diseases, and prominent in many other conditions, such as cancer. It substantially affects people’s quality of life and imposes a significant burden on society due to treatment costs and absence from work. Read more

Developing resilient hospitals through agent-based modelling

Approximate one-fifth of UK confirmed COVID-19 cases and the majority of the infected frontline healthcare workers are associated with healthcare-acquired infections due to contaminated built environments. Read more

Exploring the potential of human-like computing applications for education or healthcare

Intelligent ‘human-like’ and emotionally intelligent applications, such as 3D games and mobile phone applications are becoming more common in our everyday lives, and also as an important area of focus within the fields of Human-Computer Interaction and Multimedia research. Read more

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