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Support for carers of people with early onset dementia

Professor Heather Gage | 31 March 2014

Research to assess policies and strategies for dementia in the young (rhapsody) aims primarily to analyse the health and social care systems and infrastructures available to the severely burdened yet underserved group of people with young onset demen ...

Life study: phase 1

Professor Carol Dezateux | Demography (General) | 01 January 2014

The life study is designed to investigate influences operating in early life, which have implications for the health, well-being and development of children and the adults they will become. The life study will develop a rich resource of longitudinal ...

Insuring against rural water risk in africa

Dr Robert Hope | Development Studies | 01 December 2013

Community management of handpumps has been the accepted mode of thinking for rural water supply over three decades in africa. However, despite billions invested in rural handpumps one in three handpumps do not work in rural africa. This represents a ...

Global health security

Professor Stefan Elbe | 30 November 2013

Traditionally the areas of global health and security have been seen as important but clearly distinct. However, the past decade has seen the rise of a number of issues which cross this boundary; from the threat of bioterrorism in the post 9/11 world ...

Administrative data research centre - scotland

Dr Christopher Dibben | 01 November 2013

The administrative data research centre (adrc) - scotland aims to make research and make available de-identified administrative data to the research community. The adrc will have a core service that will: provide state-of-the-art facilities for rese ...

Administrative data service

Ms Melanie Wright | 01 October 2013

Access to administrative data for research is a positive public good. The ability to use these records - collected in the course of business by governmental and other bodies - and to link them can greatly enhance the ability to do the research modern ...

The active patient: energy, desire and active recoveries

Dr Jennifer Laws | Human Geography (General) | 01 October 2013

The focus of this interdisciplinary research project is the ‘active patient’ and the role of energy and activity in health and illness. Throughout history, ideas about the healthy self as an active self have varied, yet contemporarily, su ...

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