CACTUS (Cost effectiveness of Computer Assisted Treatment vs Usual Stimulation) is a small scale research project to test whether ongoing therapy, delivered using specially developed software, can help stroke survivors with aphasia improve their speech and language skills. “She’s had her stroke 30 years and she’s never strung a sentence together. It was quite nice […]
This training resource is based on the findings of a qualitative research project undertaken by IQuESTS (Improving the Quality and Effectiveness of Services, Therapies and Self-management in longer-term depression), a project managed by the University of Sheffield, which aims to reduce levels of chronic, recurrent and relapsing depression in South Yorkshire. To view the guide please […]
The purpose of this Casebook is to share with a wide audience of colleagues – in local authorities, the NHS and the third sector – a number of inspiring examples of projects in South Yorkshire that have contributed to tackling Health Inequalities. Please click here to view the casebook.
This is a bite sized summary of a piece of CLAHRC research. It is part of a series designed to make such work more available to clinicians. For further information visit the website by clicking here. Please click here to view the bite sized summary produced by Leeds, York and Bradford CLAHRC.
This short film, joint funded by CLAHRC SY and produced in collaboration with Optical Jukebox, explores the life stories of a group of older Yemeni men who arrived in Sheffield during the 1950s and 60s to work in the steel industry. The film describes the challenges faced by the men and the impact that this […]