Keele University is training the next generation of paramedics with the launch of a brand new course in its School of Medicine.

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A common variation in a specific gene could make home kidney dialysis treatments less effective for some patients, leading to worse outcomes and even death in some cases.

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Researchers have successfully trialled an intervention which can prevent the onset of depression and loneliness amongst the most vulnerable in society.

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As featured on BBC News, over 75% of cancer patients involved in a study at Katharine House Hospice in Stafford say their mental health has been given a boost thanks to a virtual reality research project by a local filmmaker, in partnership with Keele University researchers.

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An upcoming exhibition will highlight work by artists from around the world created to support vital Keele University research into global health.

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A Keele University researcher is co-developing a new project to give support to male NHS frontline workers - particularly those who have experienced emotional and mental health problems due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Medicine at Keele has been ranked 4th in England in this year’s Times Good University Guide.

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Keele University’s School of Medicine is welcoming 15 additional students this academic year as part of a national scheme led by the Department for Education (DfE).

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Keele researchers are set to work with Staffordshire Fire and Rescue to develop mental health support for older adults that can be delivered through the fire service, in an innovative new project.

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Dr Tom Kingstone and Professor Lisa Dikomitis write for The Conversation UK.

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New research from Keele University has highlighted the key challenges that workers in the social care sector faced during the first wave of Covid-19.

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Researchers at Keele University have found that the attitudes of GPs, and having access to GPs, can play a crucial role for young people who self-harm in deciding whether to seek help.

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We are delighted to announce that medical student Jenna Volpert has won our prestigious Student of the Year award for 2020/21.

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A new UK-wide study aims to improve healthcare and outcomes for pregnant women who have two or more active long-term health conditions.

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Keele University’s School of Medicine has been recognised as one of the best in Europe for rheumatology research.

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A study led by Keele University aims to improve outcomes for pregnant women who are at a higher risk of complications due to a current or historical cancer diagnosis.

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Medicine at Keele University has been ranked among the Top 5 in England in the Complete University Guide 2022.

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To mark International Clinical Trials Day, Keele University’s Clinical Trials Unit have offered their profound thanks to the thousands of participants who have contributed to vital medical trials at the University over recent years, and especially over the last 12 months during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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At least half of patients recovering from depression will experience a relapse, but there are currently no evidence-based tools to help GPs or other healthcare professionals to identify those at high risk.

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A Keele researcher will embark on a two-year study to identify affordable treatments to help children living with spinal muscular atrophy

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A student from Keele University’s School of Medicine has joined the national vaccine effort by administering the Covid-19 vaccine to homeless people in Shrewsbury.

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Professor of General Practice Research, Carolyn Chew-Graham, writes for The Conversation UK

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Keele researchers have reported promising findings in two new studies looking at methods to improve transplantation of stem cells for injury repair in the brain or spinal cord.

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A Keele Professor has been appointed to the prestigious role of Director for the NIHR’s School of Primary Care Research.

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Researchers from Keele University’s School of Medicine are studying whether anti-sickness medication could prevent stroke patients from developing pneumonia or even dying prematurely.

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A study led by Keele University could save the NHS up to £45m over three years by increasing the number of dialysis patients whose treatment takes place at home.

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A new study into dementia has identified markers which could help healthcare practitioners to understand how the disease progresses and improve treatment outcomes.

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Professor Lisa Dikomitis has been appointed to Director of Keele's Institute for Global Health.

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Harriet Scott, a third year Medicine student, has spoken of the challenges of training to become a doctor during the Covid-19 pandemic – all while juggling a professional footballing career.

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Two former doctors from Keele University’s School of Medicine have come out of retirement to contribute to the national Covid-19 vaccination roll-out.

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A major study of nearly 2 million heart attack patients has found that many who also had cancer were not offered a potentially life saving treatment, despite the fact it had major benefits.

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A young scientist has published his first academic journal paper at the age of just 14, with the help of researchers from Keele University’s School of Medicine.

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Doctors from Keele’s School of Medicine are playing their part in the Covid-19 vaccination roll-out by administering vaccines in their own local surgeries, including the vaccine made on Keele’s campus.

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Keele University’s Professor Carolyn Chew-Graham has contributed to new return-to-work guidance for people who are living with the long-term effects of Covid-19.

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