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The Evidence Synthesis Team: Not just review monkeys!

This week for #ESTturns10 we have been tweeting about our methods work. On Monday we focused on our involvement in the PenARC question prioritisation process. Engaging stakeholders in establishing a research agenda encourages the most relevant health questions to be... Continue Reading →

Working with the Evidence Synthesis Team on recurrent abdominal pain (RAP) in children

A guest blog by Dr Tamsin Newlove Delgado When I first moved into research on a clinical academic placement, I was advised to spend some time with the EST, and “get involved in a review”. Excellent advice! At the time, protocols... Continue Reading →

SNAPP

Ruth Garside, our colleague from the European Centre for Environment and Human Health and Alison Bethel, took an exciting and informative trip to the National Centre for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis to participate in a SNAPP workshop. The Science for Nature... Continue Reading →

Negotiating the challenges of childhood brain injury….our baby steps #CerebraHeadAware

This week we are supporting our colleagues in PenCRU (Peninsula Cerebra Research Unit) in raising awareness of brain injury in children by joining in with #CerebraHeadAware week hosted by UK charity Cerebra. As a research team we have worked with... Continue Reading →

Ready, Steady, PRESS!

Our information specialists, Alison and Morwenna, spend a fair amount of time either teaching search skills, or thinking about how to improve methods of teaching search skills. It’s a tricky art requiring regular changes to the content and delivery depending... Continue Reading →

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