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Our mission is to deliver high quality multidisciplinary research designed to improve the content, delivery and configuration of primary care for the benefit of patients with musculoskeletal conditions, mental health problems and comorbidities.

We're now recruiting PhD students to work on various projects

We're now recruiting PhD students to work on various projects

Closing Date: Friday 28th April 2017

Shoulder Pain Research at Keele: The Past, Present and Future

Shoulder Pain Research at Keele: The Past, Present and Future

15th May 2017, Keele Hall

Musculoskeletal Update Day for Primary Care

Musculoskeletal Update Day for Primary Care

23rd May 2017, Keele Hall

Concepts, Methods and Clinical Application International Summer School

Concepts, Methods and Clinical Application International Summer School

20-22 June 2017

Musculoskeletal Matters

Musculoskeletal Matters

Keep up to date with the latest newsletters which aim to provide GPs, Primary Care Commissioners, and Patients etc informed about musculoskeletal problems in practice.

 

iPCHS Postgraduate Research Students awarded Santander Research Scholarships

Posted on 25 May 2017 Isabela Troya Bermeo and Alessandro Andreucci, Postgraduate Research Students at the Research Institute have both been awarded Santander Research Scholarships which will contribute to overseas visits to international institutions as part of their doctoral research.
 

Life Time Achievement Award for Dr. Saeed Farooq

Posted on 12 May 2017 iPCHS Clinical Senior Lecturer, Dr Saeed Farooq, has been awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Khyber Medical University (Peshawar, Pakistan) for his vital contribution to the success of the University, and his dedication to research and medical education.
 

Heart failure more fatal than common cancers

Posted on 04 May 2017 A study led by Keele University, in collaboration with the Universities of Aberdeen and Manchester, shows that men and women suffering from heart failure have a higher risk of death than people with most common types of cancer.
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iPCHS gout research is a ‘Jewel in the Crown’ at Rheumatology 2017

Posted on 04 May 2017 Dr Ed Roddy’s clinical trial ‘CONTACT’ was a ‘Jewel in the Crown’ at this year’s British Society for Rheumatology (‘BSR’) conference, which took place in Birmingham last week.