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13th July 2017 workshop: Routine NHS Datasets in Applied Health Research: Morning Q&A Session
1st March 2017 workshop: Routine NHS Datasets in Applied Health Research, Thackray Medical Museum, Leeds Presentation title: Routine NHS Datasets in Applied Health Research: Morning Q&A Session Duration: 32 minutes
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8/18/2017 10:28:52 AM
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Allan House - Professor of Liaison Psychiatry
1st March 2017 workshop: Routine NHS Datasets in Applied Health Research, Thackray Medical Museum, Leeds Presentation title: Liaison Psychiatry: Measurement and Evaluation of Service Types , Referral Patterns and Outcomes: LP-MAESTRO Duration: 25 minutes
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8/18/2017 9:40:12 AM
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Big data and ethics
Professor Chris Megone: "Pre-empting an ethical backlash" Dr Jon Fistein: "Me and my (digital) shadow" Baroness Onora O'Neill: "Data ethics and the ethics of communication"
University of Leeds
1/26/2017 3:20:08 PM
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Cancer research using ultra high resolution image analysis
Alex Wright talks about innovative new research techniques that analyse tissue samples using advanced image based algorithms to improve diagnoses and patient outcomes. Learn more www.virtualpathology.leeds.ac.uk
Alex Wright
1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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Chris Smith - Senior Research Fellow/Data Scientist
1st March 2017 workshop: Routine NHS Datasets in Applied Health Research, Thackray Medical Museum, Leeds Presentation title: Routine NHS Datasets in Applied Health Research: Part 1 Duration: 18 minutes
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8/18/2017 9:50:24 AM
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Compress pictures to reduce file size of a powerpoint file
This video shows you how to compress pictures/images in a powerpoint file which is good practice for mobile learning. You should also save your file as a PDF which considerably reduces the file size and ensures the video can be viewed on a wide variety of devices.
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6/30/2016 10:24:00 AM
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Engaging with dementia: Amyloid Precursor Protein (APP) controls iron and copper levels
Dr James Duce explains how increases in the levels of metals as a result of Alzheimer's disease leads to cellular damage.
Dr James Duce
1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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Engaging with dementia: APP and gene expression
Professor Tony Turner and Dr Natalia Nalivaeva discuss how new enzyme research could help reduce levels of β-amyloid in Alzheimer's disease patients.
Professor Tony Turner
1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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Engaging with dementia: clearance of β-amyloid
Professor Tony Turner and Dr Natalia Nalivaeva discuss the role excessive production of β-amyloid plays in early onset cases of Alzheimer's disease, and how understanding this may lead to more effective future treatments.
Professor Tony Turner
1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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Engaging with dementia: mediation of β-amyloid toxicity
Professor Nigel Hooper from the University of Manchester outlines research to mitigate against the harmful effects of excessive β-amyloid using protein prions.
Professor Nigel Hooper, University of Manchester
1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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Engaging with dementia: protective prions
Dr Heledd Griffiths discusses how prion proteins may help reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease by keeping the levels of β-amyloid in check.
Dr Heledd Griffiths
1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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Engaging with dementia: rethinking clinical trials for Alzheimer's disease
Professor Nigel Hooper from the University of Manchester discusses new approaches for clinical trials, and ways to improve the efficacy of treatments.
Professor Nigel Hooper, University of Manchester
1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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Engaging with dementia: the prion protein and its role in β-amyloid toxicity
Dr Heledd Griffiths outlines how detailed study of prion proteins is helping drive Alzheimer's disease research.
Dr Heledd Griffiths
1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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Exploring Anatomy: the human abdomen
Explore the inner workings of the human abdomen with experienced anatomy lecturer Dr James Pickering. https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/anatomy
Dr James Pickering
1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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Exploring anatomy: the human abdomen
Explore the inner workings of the human abdomen with experienced anatomy lecturer Dr James Pickering in our second MOOC. Visit https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/anatomy Learn about the structure and function of vital organs, and through discussion relate this to common surgical scenarios and current research.
Dr James Pickering
1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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Exploring Anatomy: the Human Abdomen - Expert discussions
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3/22/2016 12:13:51 PM
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Exploring Anatomy: the Human Abdomen - Introduction to Week 1
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3/14/2016 1:56:37 PM
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Faculty of Medicine and Health
Discover why studying and working at the University of Leeds offers exceptional opportunities for personal and career development.
University of Leeds
1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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Galinva Velikova - Professor/Consultant in Medical Oncology
1st March 2017 workshop: Routine NHS Datasets in Applied Health Research, Thackray Medical Museum, Leeds Presentation title: Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMS) in NHS Cancer Practice Duration: 32 minutes
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8/18/2017 10:11:21 AM
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Grey Literature
LIHS Mini Masterclass about grey literature resources. Rocio Rodriguez. Information Specialist. AUHE
University of Leeds
1/30/2018 10:34:48 AM
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Handwashing
A video demonstration of the correct handwashing technique as taught on the Leeds MBChB Undergraduate programme
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10/26/2015 10:39:13 AM
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Healthcare HoS Induction
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9/16/2016 9:08:48 AM
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Innovative RCT designs for evaluating complex interventions
Innovative RCT designs for evaluating complex interventions Mini-Masterclass
Dr Rebecca Walwyn
11/8/2017 2:22:53 PM
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Introduction to equipment at the University of Leeds
Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation, David Hogg, talks about the specialist equipment on campus.
Professor David Hogg
11/13/2013 11:15:00 AM
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LIDA Seminar: Acute and Chronic childhood conditions
Mrs Trina Evans Cheung: "Mortality in patients from the Yorkshire Register of diabetes in children and young adults" Dr Roger Parslow: "PICANet- national audit and research data in paediatric intensive care"
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3/2/2017 2:32:47 PM
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LIDA Seminar: Big data to improve cardiovascular health: Hype or reality?
This seminar was chaired by Dr Chris Gale, Associate Professor of Cardiovascular Health Sciences and Honorary Consultant Cardiologist. First talk given by Dr Marlous Hall: "#datasaveslives: Examples from the UK's national register of acute myocardial infarction". Second talk given by Miss T. Bernadette Dondo: "Beta blocker use and mortality among hospital survivors of acute myocardial infarction: a nationwide cohort study". Main talk given by Professor Kazem Rahimi: "The hype or reality of big data to improve cardiovascular health".
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1/24/2017 3:24:34 PM
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LIDA Seminar: UK Biobank and Data Analytics
LIDA Seminar UK Biobank and Data Analytics held on Thursday 22nd September 2016 Chair: Professor Sir Alex Markham Agenda: Prof Jenny Barrett - Exploiting the size of UK Biobank to study the genetics of uncommon inflammatory disorders Dr Mark Iles - The benefits and pitfalls of ‘big data' – an example from melanoma and UK Biobank. Dr Tim Peakman – Challenges and Opportunities of the UK Biobank Data Resource
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10/26/2016 9:46:05 AM
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Market Research for Academics
Philippa Bevan from Accelerate Associates presents on Market Research for academic research and how it can be used to define your USP. More than a literature review!
University of Leeds
6/27/2017 10:15:37 AM
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Meet Dr Reem El-Gendy from the Leeds Dental Institute
Dr Reem El-Gendy from the Leeds Dental Institute talks about her visit to Nanjing University as part of the Research Mobility Programme (RMP). More details of this scheme at www.leeds.ac.uk/wun/rmp
Dr Reem El-Gendy
1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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Meet PhD Molecular and Cellular Biology student Lizzie Glennon
Lizzie Glennon, a student studying for a PhD in Molecular and Cellular Biology, talks about how Leeds has benefited her work and research into Alzheimer's disease.
University of Leeds
1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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MMC Recruiting from heard to reach groups 20/06/2018
Ghazala Mir
6/20/2018 9:22:58 AM
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NHS England 3_5/12/2018
University of Leeds
5/12/2018 1:30:21 PM
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Reflections from a successful Academic - Industry Collaboration
Richard Hall from Pd-m and Pete Culmer from UoL present on how successful collaborations with academia and industry can lead to developing research and receiving funding (NIHR-i4i)
University of Leeds
6/27/2017 12:16:25 PM
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REVAMP - Theory Driven Evaluation
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3/21/2016 2:12:43 PM
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SABRTooth patient video
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10/27/2016 9:12:00 AM
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Sarah Kingsbury - Osteoarthritis Strategic Lead
1st March 2017 workshop: Routine NHS Datasets in Applied Health Research, Thackray Medical Museum, Leeds Presentation title: Towards UK Post-Arthroplasty Follow-Up Recommendations: UK SAFE Duration: 13 minutes
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8/18/2017 10:51:36 AM
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School of Dentistry - MSc Dental Public Health Webinar 09/06/15
This live interactive open event took place on Tuesday 9th June 2015. It is presented by Gail Douglas and Julia Csikar with an overview also provided by current Dental Public Health students. Useful Links: PGT Funding Opportunities: http://medhealth.leeds.ac.uk/dentistry/pgtfunding PGT Top Tips: http://medhealth.leeds.ac.uk/dentistry/pgtoptips Dental Public Health Handbook: http://medhealth.leeds.ac.uk/downloads/file/1885/dph_course_handbook_october_2014 Diane Seymour Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvxm-ft4ei0
Gail Douglas
6/9/2015 12:00:00 PM
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Stephen Smye - LTHT Director of Research and Innovation
1st March 2017 workshop: Routine NHS Datasets in Applied Health Research, Thackray Medical Museum, Leeds Presentation title: NIHR@Leeds: Drivers of Change. Welcome and Introduction Duration: 14 minutes
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8/18/2017 10:58:08 AM
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Stethoscope Stories - Dr Rob Lane
Celebrating the stethoscope...how doctors learned to see with their ears The stethoscope is the badge of the doctor for the very good reason that it enables them to ‘see’ inside the chest. But of course the seeing is done by listening: the doctors hears your heart beating and your lungs expanding and contracting, and interprets their sounds to come to a diagnosis. Doctors didn’t always have this skill, nor this instrument. It was invented 200 years ago, and we are celebrating its bicentenary. The inventor, René Laennec, devised a rigid wooden cylinder which was necessarily monaural. Yet Laennec’s device was enough to make the interior of the living body capable of being visualised. As part of our project we've been asking some colleagues and medical school alumni to tell us about their memories of using a stethoscope - these are our Stethoscope Stories.
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3/13/2018 11:03:47 AM
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Stethoscope Stories - Dr Rob Lane
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1/26/2018 11:24:14 AM
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Stethoscope Stories - Jools Symons
Celebrating the stethoscope...how doctors learned to see with their ears The stethoscope is the badge of the doctor for the very good reason that it enables them to ‘see’ inside the chest. But of course the seeing is done by listening: the doctors hears your heart beating and your lungs expanding and contracting, and interprets their sounds to come to a diagnosis. Doctors didn’t always have this skill, nor this instrument. It was invented 200 years ago, and we are celebrating its bicentenary. The inventor, René Laennec, devised a rigid wooden cylinder which was necessarily monaural. Yet Laennec’s device was enough to make the interior of the living body capable of being visualised. As part of our project we've been asking some colleagues and medical school alumni to tell us about their memories of using a stethoscope - these are our Stethoscope Stories.
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1/12/2018 11:34:25 AM
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Stethoscope Stories - Prof Mark Kearney
Celebrating the stethoscope...how doctors learned to see with their ears The stethoscope is the badge of the doctor for the very good reason that it enables them to ‘see’ inside the chest. But of course the seeing is done by listening: the doctors hears your heart beating and your lungs expanding and contracting, and interprets their sounds to come to a diagnosis. Doctors didn’t always have this skill, nor this instrument. It was invented 200 years ago, and we are celebrating its bicentenary. The inventor, René Laennec, devised a rigid wooden cylinder which was necessarily monaural. Yet Laennec’s device was enough to make the interior of the living body capable of being visualised. As part of our project we've been asking some colleagues and medical school alumni to tell us about their memories of using a stethoscope - these are our Stethoscope Stories.
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3/13/2018 11:48:01 AM
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Stethoscope Stories - Prof Trudie Roberts
Celebrating the stethoscope...how doctors learned to see with their ears The stethoscope is the badge of the doctor for the very good reason that it enables them to ‘see’ inside the chest. But of course the seeing is done by listening: the doctors hears your heart beating and your lungs expanding and contracting, and interprets their sounds to come to a diagnosis. Doctors didn’t always have this skill, nor this instrument. It was invented 200 years ago, and we are celebrating its bicentenary. The inventor, René Laennec, devised a rigid wooden cylinder which was necessarily monaural. Yet Laennec’s device was enough to make the interior of the living body capable of being visualised. As part of our project we've been asking some colleagues and medical school alumni to tell us about their memories of using a stethoscope - these are our Stethoscope Stories.
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3/13/2018 11:44:58 AM
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The human abdomen: how much do you know?
Students at the University of Leeds try to deduce where the constituent parts of the human abdomen are positioned - could you do better? If you'd like to learn more about the human abdomen, sign up to Doctor James Pickering's MOOC; Exploring Anatomy: The Human Abdomen - https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/anatomy
University of Leeds
1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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The Implications of Genomic Medicine for Cancer Patients - Opportunities & Challenges
Scientists, patients and doctors are working together to identify the genes involved in cancers and develop new targeted treatments based on this information. A team of sociologists have been funded by a Wellcome Trust Senior Investigator Award in Society and Ethics to investigate how these new approaches are changing research and patient care (see www.cancerandsociety.ac.uk for more information). As part of this programme of work the team have been researching the development of the Genomics Medicine Centre and the 100,000 Genomes Project in Yorkshire and the Humber. Together we have produced a short film to explore the opportunities and challenges of these initiatives with some of the key people involved in its leadership.
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11/20/2017 11:40:05 AM
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The Implications of Genomic Medicine for Cancer Patients - Opportunities and Challenges
Scientists, patients and doctors are working together to identify the genes involved in cancers and develop new targeted treatments based on this information. A team of sociologists have been funded by a Wellcome Trust Senior Investigator Award in Society and Ethics to investigate how these new approaches are changing research and patient care (see www.cancerandsociety.ac.uk for more information). As part of this programme of work the team have been researching the development of the Genomics Medicine Centre and the 100,000 Genomes Project in Yorkshire and the Humber. Together we have produced a short film to explore the opportunities and challenges of these initiatives with some of the key people involved in its leadership.
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11/15/2017 6:30:47 PM
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Translating Research - a starter for 10
Dr Chris Herbert gives a general overview on what you should consider when translating your research
University of Leeds
6/16/2017 8:54:20 AM
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University of Leeds and Leeds NHS Trust - Next Generation Sequencing Facility
Dr Sally Harrison from St James's University Hospital in Leeds, talks about the equipment and purpose of the facility.
Dr Sally Harrison
1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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University of Leeds Medical Technologies: Professor John Fisher
Professor John Fisher, Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering talks about the main projects carried out at the University, including the work involved in creating Biological Scaffolds.
Professor John Fisher
8/23/2012 2:40:00 PM
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What is Clinical Research?
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10/21/2015 10:25:25 AM
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