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What we do at Manchester
Audiology and Deafness
Playing a leading role in audiology education and healthcare
Excellent teaching and world-class research into intervention and treatment of psychotic disorders
Essential qualifications for professional psychologists, and postgraduate funding opportunities with the NWDTC
Speech and Language Therapy (SLT)
Training professionals to understand and improve the diagnosis, assessment and treatment of communication disorders
- New research points to talking-therapy treatments to manage osteoarthritis pain
Scientists have shown for the first time that the abnormalities in the way the brain experiences pain may be to blame for the chronic pain suffered by osteoarthritis patients
- Self-harm should not remain in the shadows – experts urge people to get help
World Self-Injury Awareness Day is on Saturday 1 March and one of the UK’s leading experts in self-harm and suicide is joining the call to try and raise awareness of the issue.
- Studies win national awards for involving service users and carers
Two groundbreaking research studies – by University of Manchester researchers – have been recognised nationally for their involvement of service users and carers in their programmes.
- An overview of recent NHS reorganisation and a tale of policy ethnography (featuring NHS111)14:00 - 15:00 Tuesday 11 March 2014
Host: Centre for Primary Care
- Domestic abuse: nurses’ and midwives’ recognition and responses12:00 - 13:00 Tuesday 11 March 2014
Host: School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work
- Amber Dar 'Decision-making about child participation in medical research'14:00 Wednesday 12 March 2014
Amber Dar gives a seminar which will be of particular interest to those interested in healthcare ethics and law. All welcome.