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University partnership with hospice will help manage chronic condition

Jeanne Everett (second from left), the Lymphoedema Clinical Lead at Teesside Hospice with  some members of the first cohort of students on the course and Linda Nelson (second from right), Associate Dean (Enterprise and Business Engagement) of the School of Health & Social Care.. Link to Jeanne Everett (second from left), the Lymphoedema Clinical Lead at Teesside Hospice with  some members of the first cohort of students on the course and Linda Nelson (second from right), Associate Dean (Enterprise and Business Engagement) of the School of Health & Social Care..

Treatment for a chronic condition which commonly affects cancer sufferers is being improved thanks to a partnership between Teesside University and a North-East hospice.

10 Jan 2018 Business


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Young people are being given alcohol too early says Teesside academic

A Teesside University academic has appeared in the national media to talk about dangerous levels of drinking in young people.

4 Jan 2018 Research

 
Picture taken by Victoria while in Australia of a marketing campaign promoting physiotherapy. Link to Picture taken by Victoria while in Australia of a marketing campaign promoting physiotherapy.

Physiotherapy graduate awarded prestigious travel fellowship

Teesside University physiotherapy graduate Dr Victoria Butler was among a handful of health professionals to be awarded a travelling fellowship by the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust.

11 Dec 2017 About us