Sapphire News June/July 2019

Posted by es213 at Aug 29, 2019 12:05 PM |
Find out what the Sapphire team has been up to - promotions, presentations, publications...

CONGRATULATIONS TO...

PUBLICATIONS

PRESENTATIONS

Damian Roland gave two presentations at the Don’t Forget the Bubbles conference in London in June. https://twitter.com/Damian_Roland/status/1141419411003326464. A summary of his keynote can be found here: https://dontforgetthebubbles.com/the-missing-component-of-clinical-practice/

Fawn Harrad PhD student @FawnHarrad presented about her PhD work at the National SAPC conference in Exeter in June and was invited to speak at the Nottinghamshire Care Home Forum that is organised by ENRICH East Midlands (also June).

FUNDING

Helen Eborall and Fatimah Wobi @fatimahwobi, together with eight colleagues* from across the University, were awarded funding from Leicester Institute for Advanced Studies to establish a Migration, Mobility and Citizenship Research. (*Manish Pareek, Respiratory Sciences; Gavin Brown and Margaret Byron, Geography, Geology and the Environment; Zoe Groves, History, Politics and International Relations; Bernard Ryan, Law; Rabah Aissaoui, School of Arts; Natalie Darko, Centre for BME Health; Genovefa Kefalidou, Informatics)

OTHER ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

Eva Krockow has given several interviews over the past month:

  1. Krockow, E. M. Using game theory to combat antibiotic resistance. [live radio interview] (July 2019) ABC National Health Report: https://radio.abc.net.au/programitem/pgMVj5Aq06
  2. Krockow, E. M. Entscheidungsfindung und “Nudges”. [magazine article] (In press) Deutsche Welle
  3. Krockow, E. M. Questions and Answers about the Confidence Heuristic. [magazine article] (In press). Psychology Today US

In July, Eva curated the German science twitter account “@RealSci_DE”. For one week, she shared her research interests and ongoing projects with a diverse audience interested in general science.

A blog that Natalie Armstrong wrote for Public Health England reporting a workshop she organised as part of her Health Foundation Fellowship was published: https://phescreening.blog.gov.uk/2019/07/22/what-quality-looks-like-when-offering-screening/

ETHNOGRAPHY FOR HEALTHCARE IMPROVEMENT - CLASS OF 2019

Delegates and faculty 2019

 

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