Vaccine roll-out working, first national study suggests
Vaccination has been linked to a substantial reduction in the risk of Covid-19 admissions to Scotland's hospitals, landmark research suggests.
Landmark Scottish study launched to shed light on "neglected area of cardiology"
Researchers in Scotland are to carry out the first ever national study into a potentially fatal heart condition which affects thousands of people in the UK.
Researchers find most Scots are following Covid rules but there is work to do
Scientists at the University of Aberdeen have been researching how well people in Scotland have adopted Covid-19 preventative behaviours such as the FACTS guidance issued by the Scottish Government.
New appointment for Aberdeen aquaculture expert
A University of Aberdeen academic has been appointed to the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre's (SAIC) board.
New study shows impact of international travel on death rates during Covid first wave
A new study comparing countries most severely hit by COVID-19 during the first wave of the pandemic has found that international travel showed the biggest impact on increases in death rates.
£375k study launched to explore experiences of 'long Covid'
A new £375,000 study led by the University of Stirling in collaboration with the University of Aberdeen, is seeking to understand the lived experiences and support needs of people suffering from the long-term effects of Covid-19.
Covid delays in IVF treatment has biggest impact on women over 40
Delays to IVF treatment brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic could reduce the amount of live births in women over 40 by almost a quarter.
Postgraduate Programme in Health Economics for Health Professionals featured in HERU blog
Our first HERU Blog post of 2021 highlights our postgraduate programme in Health Economics for Health Professionals. The HE4HP programme is aimed at health professionals and other interested students. No experience of economics is necessary. The programme covers the core issues of health economics and highlights the relevance of health economics to...
Aberdeen bone health expert honoured for osteoporosis work
One of the UK's top bone health specialists - and Emeritus Professor of Rheumatology at the University of Aberdeen - has been recognised for his commitment to osteoporosis and his work with the Royal Osteoporosis Society (ROS) in the New Year's Honours.
Toddler toolkit which can identify speech and language problems to be rolled out
Health visitors across England are to be trained to use a toolkit which can identify very young children with speech, language and communication problems.
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