Cardiff Epidural Simulator Study Wins First Prize at AAGBI

Posted on 23 September 2014 by Jeff Clark

At the recent AAGBI Annual Congress in Harrogate, a Cardiff University Translational Innovation study took first prize in the research competition.  The academic department of Anaesthetics, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine has developed a highly realistic epidural simulator (cannot really tell you much detail as there is IP involved). Anyway, the model has been recently trialled in
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Trainee Research Network (WAAREN)

Posted on 20 March 2014 by Jeff Clark

Anaesthesia historically has had a thriving research base but over the past decade it seems original publications have been decreasing year on year. There are a number of possible reasons for this decline which are unavoidable e.g. the complex process of ethics approval. However, one would assume that regional projects would be a lot easier
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CUReS: Research Opportunities for Medical Students

Posted on 12 March 2014 by Jeff Clark

By Robert Lundin Cardiff University Research Society (CUReS) is a student led society within the School of Medicine, which aims to improve research opportunities for medical students in Cardiff and provide them with the inspiration and information pertinent to pursuit of careers in academic medicine. Every year we work closely with supervisors to release a
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Cardiff Women in Science Seminar

Posted on 25 February 2014 by Jeff Clark

Interdisciplinary Research: Practicalities, Pitfalls and Positive Outcomes Seminar & Networking  26/02/2014, 14:00 – 16:00  Hadyn Ellis Building This Wednesday the Cardiff Women in Science Network (@CWIS_Network) is running a seminar and networking event on Interdisciplinary Research.  The focus of the talks will be on the practicalities of getting projects off the ground, finding the right
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