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Cardiff University’s WHOCC launch WHO Midwifery Assessment Tool for Education

5 May 2020

MATE provides an evidence-based guide for countries wishing to develop and strengthen their midwifery education and policies.

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Fresh £5m funding announced for primary and emergency care research in Wales

4 May 2020

Prime Centre Wales is adapting research to focus on challenge of Covid-19

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Don’t ignore vague symptoms of cancer during pandemic, urge researchers

30 April 2020

Warning of impact of Covid-19 pandemic on cancer diagnosis issued in leading medical journal

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Research highlights concerns of UK nurses and midwives over Covid-19

28 April 2020

A third of respondents to wide-ranging survey report symptoms of depression and anxiety

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The medical students joining the front line in the fight against coronavirus

28 April 2020

Students from Cardiff University’s School of Medicine are working at hospitals across Wales

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New rapid diagnostic test for peritonitis used for first time in patients

20 April 2020

Promising results for point-of-care test developed by Cardiff University and Mologic

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Researchers launch project to investigate how Covid-19 affects pregnancy

17 April 2020

Cardiff University to host global registry of those affected from early pregnancy to post-delivery

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Mental health support scheme for doctors extended to every frontline healthcare worker in Wales

16 April 2020

Support and advice scheme extended to 60,000 NHS Wales staff tackling coronavirus pandemic

Cardiff University launch platform to help manage back pain in the workplace and whilst working from home

14 April 2020

BACK-on-LINETM is a digital online platform designed to help people better manage low back pain in the workplace and whilst working from home.

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Over 300 Cardiff University staff volunteer in COVID19 crisis

6 April 2020

Researchers from Cardiff University have volunteered their world-leading scientific skills and facilities to help at the frontline of the Coronavirus pandemic.