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More than 150 guests attend the launch of animated film exploring the damage of sight loss and pioneering bionic eye technology
A new, intricately painted stop-frame animated film exploring the damage of sight loss and the use of the ground-breaking bionic eye for vision restoration launched.
Researchers across Manchester attend drop-in sessions to find out more about patient and public involvement/engagement
Free sessions for researchers across Manchester to find out more about patient and public involvement and engagement (PPI/E) in clinical research have been hailed a success.
Spectacular Science: Manchester Museum Takeover!
Spectacular Science will take place on Saturday 29th Oct, offering a fun-filled family day of science challenges, live experiments, and hands-on demonstrations to delight children and adults alike.
Promoting Health for Eyes, Ears and Mind: Older Adults
This afternoon of short talks by leading experts outlines the five year SENSE-Cog programme.
September’s Research News is now available
The September edition of the Research News e-bulletin is now available to read online.
Landmark award for Greater Manchester’s devolved health system – £28.5m invested to pioneer lifesaving research and new treatments
Today history has been made as a single Manchester bid has been awarded £28.5m from the NIHR, bringing lifesaving tests and treatments a step nearer for millions of people.
Film Night: the evolution of the patient experience
A free evening of film, fun and popcorn with a screening of historic film footage depicting the role of patients in the NHS over the decades.
CMFT Public Programmes team member speaks at NIHR event to share inspiring ways of involving the public in clinical research
A member of the Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CMFT) Public Programmes team has spoken at an NIHR event aimed at inspiring solutions in public involvement in research.