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Dr david Blakelock. New research highlights significant psychological impact of football release
16 January 2015
A significant number of adolescent footballers who are released by their clubs go on to experience clinical levels of psychological distress, new research at Teesside University has found.

Research excellence with impact produced at Teesside University
18 December 2014
Results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) have highlighted the benefit and impact of research produced at Teesside University.

Australia visit provides huge inspiration
17 December 2014
An academic who has dedicated her career to nursing research has experienced the ‘opportunity of a lifetime’ working with healthcare practitioners in Australia.

Professor Denis Martin. Pioneering Pain Garden project receives national recognition
10 November 2014
An innovative project to help people visualise the impact of chronic pain has been recognised at a prestigious awards ceremony.

Physiotherapy UK Conference 2014
27 October 2014
A group of six staff from the School of Health & Social Care’s physiotherapy teaching team and research institute attended the Physiotherapy UK Conference on 10-11 October.

On-line book is a runaway success
22 October 2014
Downloads of chapters in ‘Physical therapy perspectives in the 21st Century - Challenges and possibilities’, the on-line, open access book co-edited by HSCI’s Dr Josette Bettany-Saltikov, have passed the 50,000 mark.

Persistent musculoskeletal pain tackled
26 August 2014
Persistent musculoskeletal pain conditions such as low back pain are common in the UK. They are responsible for much disability and suffering and cost the UK economy billions of pounds annually.

Professor Denis Martin. Research project ‘will change the world’
26 August 2014
An innovative research project to help children understand more about older relatives suffering from chronic pain has topped a survey to find 20 new ideas from UK universities that will change the world.

Nigel Hanchard Study to find number one frozen shoulder treatment
08 July 2014
A major national research project is set to find the most effective treatment for one of the most common forms of debilitating pain.

Pictured from left: Professor Paul Keane OBE, Professor Alan Pearson and Dr Sharon Hamilton Teesside University links up with leading Australian academic
28 May 2014
Healthcare research at Teesside has received an international boost with the founder of a leading Australian research centre visiting the University to find out more about the work that goes on.

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