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KTP Vacancy

Posted on 11th November 2020 by Lisa Yates

Do you want to champion change on a high impact project? Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) link forward-thinking organisations with the UK’s world-class academic teams, to deliver innovation projects led by an inspired graduate.

Seeking candidates with a degree in Electrical, Electronics or Materials Engineering, Product Design, or a similar discipline? We have a fantastic KTP Associate opportunity with @NorthumbriaUni and @choiceandmed, based in Northumberland.

This project will be at the forefront of providing state-of-the-art solutions to support patients with taking routine medication by developing a new monitoring system and manufacture of a smart wearable device. £28,000 – £33,000 pa plus generous training budget.

Closing date is the 30th November 2020. For more details click the links below:

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Mistura KTP Vacancy

Posted on 27th October 2020 by Lisa Yates


Do you want to champion change on a high impact project? Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) link forward-thinking organisations with the UK’s world-class academic teams, to deliver innovation projects led by an inspired graduate.

Seeking candidates with a degree in Electrical, Electronics or Materials Engineering, Product Design, or a similar discipline? We have a fantastic KTP Associate opportunity with @NorthumbriaUni and @choiceandmed, based in Northumberland.

This project will be at the forefront of providing state-of-the-art solutions to support patients with taking routine medication by developing a new monitoring system and manufacture of a smart wearable device. £28,000 – £33,000 pa plus generous training budget.

Closing date is the 30th November 2020. For more details click the links below:

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Newcastle University

Poor sleep damaging Scots' mental health, new study finds

Posted on 26th October 2020 by Zac Mavin

Almost half of adults in Scotland (49%) say poor sleep negatively affects their mental health, according to a new report published today by Mental Health Foundation.


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Mental health of Finance Workers Seriously Harmed by Lockdown

Posted on 13th July 2020 by Zac Mavin

More than eight-in-ten London-based banking and finance professionals (86 percent) say Covid-19 lockdown has affected their mental health. To read the full article click here.

Younger children’s mental health suffering during lockdown

Posted on 16th June 2020 by Zac Mavin

Youngsters are showing increasing signs of feeling unhappy or worried, being clingy, as well as experiencing some physical symptoms linked to worry, parents have reported.

Children aged four to 10 have also shown behavioural problems are increasing over time such as temper tantrums, arguments and children not doing what they are asked

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MaPPs Case Study Published by SASH

Posted on 29th April 2020 by Lisa Yates

If you are still in doubt that MaPPs can be useful why not have a read of the recently published case study conducted by Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust on 'Increasing Patient Medicines Understanding – Improving Discharge Service' to see the results for yourself.