Find out how a research study undertaken by Warwick Medical School has reported a positive improvement in burnout, resilience, wellbeing and stress levels in Medics training to be GPs, after completing a mindfulness course specially designed for doctors.
I:DNA is back as a live exhibit, in Leamington Spa until 19 September. Based on the work of Warwick Medical School’s Professor Felicity Boardman's research and funded by Wellcome, learn about living with genetic conditions & the future of genetic screening via a sculpture, video and soundscape installation. Find out more & book.
Join a workshop on 21 July to look at how we can create sessions aimed at young people aged 16-18 (Year 12 to 13), as well as offering ways in which we can adapt current content and activity. This will be an interactive session, allowing you to share ideas with your colleagues.
Funding is available to support engagement with the EUTOPIA alliance of European universities. Opportunities include short-term mobility programmes for academics and PhD students, and a chance to join a network of future research leaders.
Learn about new technology combining cancer-detecting probes and high-precision robotic surgery, being developed for use in hospitals.
Dr Michelle Miller from Warwick Medical School explains how the pandemic may have affected our sleep, and the simple steps we can take to help ensure we get a more restful night.
Did you miss Professor Siobhan Quenby of WMS on BBC TWO's Hospital? Watch it here, as the programme follows the hospital during the COVID19 pandemic and profiles her leading research into miscarriage.
In light of the recent changes to national Covid-19 restrictions and updated government guidance, the University has agreed to recommence face-to-face participant research. Find out more about these guidelines and the required risk assessments for participant research.
The Social Sciences Research Development Fund is inviting Round two applications for projects with activities taking place between 01 August 2021 - 31 July 2022. The RDF offers awards up to around £5,000 to support researchers at all stages in their careers to prepare major external research funding proposals. Deadline 28 June 2021. Read more and apply.