It's been a very busy year for us...

Welcome to LHP’s new newsletter, I hope that you’ll find this, and future issues, both interesting and useful.It’s been a very busy year for all of us across LHP. We’ve made huge developments with ‘LARA’, our Liverpool Alcohol Research Alliance which culminated with a huge presence at the North West Alcohol Conference, led by Aintree, at the end of November. Our Genomics Medicine Centre, hosted by Liverpool Women’s Hospital, continues to recruit well and...
 

Published: 20th December 2016

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Health is Wealth conference

Transforming health through collaboration: the challenges and opportunities Health is Wealth 2017 is Liverpool Health Partners’ 2nd conference and this year we are partnering with Liverpool CCG’s Healthy Liverpool Programme to bring you this event. The conference will connect leaders and change makers in health and care with researchers, innovators and businesses. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/health-is-wealth-2017-tickets-29108179348 Showcasing Health is Wealth... We will sho...
 

Published: 20th December 2016

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MRC Programme

Professor Aras Kadioglu along with Dr  Dan Neill and Professor Neil French from the University of Liverpool and Professor Tim Mitchell from University  of Birmingham have been awarded a MRC Programme grant to rethink the development of next generation pneumococcal vaccines. The work will use a range of immunological and  bacteriological techniques and will recruit patients with pneumonia, healthy HIV infected adults and healthy elderly adults from across Merseyside to help underst...
 

Published: 20th December 2016

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Liverpool Cancer Inequalities Research Network (LCIRN) symposium

This first Liverpool Cancer Inequalities Research Network (LCIRN) symposium was held to raise awareness of inequalities in cancer outcomes within Liverpool and the surrounding region and to discuss what research could be done to inform efforts to combat them. It was a huge success and brought together speakers and attendees from a wide spectrum of backgrounds, including clinicians, researchers, charities, policy makers, patients, the public and Dame Lorna Muirhead, the Lord-Lieutenant ...
 

Published: 20th December 2016

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Digital Health: the best or worst of times?

Will the 21st century be a time of human advance or of fracture and decay? Will the Fourth Industrial Revolution - digital tech and big data and hyperconnected everything - sink our ageing and burgeoning and profligate humanity? We have said goodbye in the last decade to the glory years of post-war growth, and are set fair to abandon the frontier-free world of the European Union, the fall of the Berlin Wall and the opening of the Rio Grande. Our great scientists warn that the discovery of artif...
 

Published: 20th December 2016

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