The NIHR Leicester BRC is pleased to welcome Professor of Respiratory Medicine Dominick Shaw to our Respiratory and Infection theme.
UK-born UK healthcare workers more likely to report multiple long-term health conditions than those born overseas
UK healthcare workers born in the UK are significantly more likely to report having multiple long-term health conditions than migrant UK healthcare workers, according to a study published in BMC Medicine.
A study that tested a new approach to analysing circulating tumour cells (CTCs) in patients with breast cancer, with the aim of guiding treatment decisions was the winning presentation at the recent NIHR Leicester BRC Symposium.
More than 100 people were the first to hear the very latest developments into the genetic basis of respiratory health conditions at a recent scientific event in Leicester.
A team who developed a ‘virtual ward’ to safely treat patients with an abnormal heart rhythm from their own homes in Leicester have been recognised for their innovative work with an award from the Health Service Journal.
A new study that will monitor patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) from the comfort of their own homes, using inhalers with digital sensors and a mobile app, has signed up 42 patients.
Would you like to learn more about developments in cancer care helping patients at University Hospitals of Leicester (UHL) NHS Trust? Then please join us at the UHL Cancer Conference (online). Friday 1 December 1pm – 4.30pm.
Software created from ‘building blocks’ could incorporate artificial intelligence, supporting medical staff with workflow and disease management, study finds
New ‘building-block’ approaches to the creation of digital tools which include data and artificial intelligence could play a key role in improving the running of hospital wards and disease management, according to the findings of new research.
Cancer patients have joined NIHR Leicester BRC researchers to share their experiences, and talk about shaping the future of cancer research in Leicester.
Leicester study warns of dangers of non-adherence after finding that 45% of kidney patients had not taken their medication as prescribed
When patients suffering from chronic health conditions don’t take their medicine as prescribed it can lead to unnecessary interventions and poor outcomes.
“Today we really got to feel the scale and breadth of the life-changing research being undertaken right here in Leicester and it made me feel incredibly proud to be part of the BRC.”
We’re preparing to welcome more than 200 guests to our 2023 Symposium at Winstanley House in Leicester on 2 November.