New report calls for fair funding for rural police forces
Plymouth University news: Rural police forces seem set to lose out financially as government thinking is skewed in favour of urban areas, says a detailed study conducted by Plymouth University for the National Rural Crime Network.
HRH The Princess Royal opens life-changing health and medical research facility
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal today officially opened the University of Plymouth’s multimillion pound Derriford Research Facility, the new headquarters of its flagship Institute of Translational and Stratified Medicine.
Research urges caution in shared use of robotic support pets during pandemic
Research from the University of Plymouth suggests that robot pets, widely used in care homes in the UK and globally, could pose an infection risk if passed between staff and service users without cleaning.
Reform to Mental Health Act must prompt change in support for families
University of Plymouth news: Reform to Mental Health Act must prompt change in support for families
eHealth: saviour or Trojan Horse?
Professor Nathan Clarke, Professor of Cyber Security and Digital Forensics explores the use of technology in health and the issues that arise when cyber security is not put at the heart of its design. Part of 'The Old Normal: Our Future Health' series.
Initiative designed to bring health and social care professionals and patients and public together
The University of Plymouth and The Health Foundation have joined forces to provide tools to help the medical profession and patients work together more effectively, to the benefit of improved care and the NHS.
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