- The SLIC study (Size and Lung Function In Children) is being featured in the Evening
Standard tonight (07/08/2013). See link to the article.
Everest scientists' feat of endurance for critically ill patients
Professor Monty Mythen and Dr Dan Martin (both UCL Institute of Child Health) discuss the Xtreme Everest team's search for a breakthrough in critical care.
Watch more in the Guardian...
- You can view video report on the Xtreme Everest 2 & Young
Everest Study on the CBBC channel today (15/05/2013). See the following link to CBBC Newsround bulletin for the video.
- Portex Newsletter 2012 has now been published. Click on the picture below to view content.
Post-Graduate Qualifications in Advanced Cardio-Respiratory Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy students graduating from Diploma and BSc courses have a wide knowledge of biomedical sciences allied to clinical skills but after some years of clinical work often wish to extend their understanding of key areas, whether it be in challenging the foundations of established but poorly justified treatments, developing and undertaking clinical research, developing or improving academic reading and writing skills, learning about new and emerging treatment options, or enjoying the mentor-ship of recognized experts in cardiorespiratory physiotherapy. The course will foster an understanding of evidence-based practice and encourage students to develop their roles as advanced practitioners.
See more details on the following link:
Applied Human Physiology
Other teaching sessions
There are a number of other teaching sessions run by individual research groups. Please contact the leads for further information (see Staff List).
- Use of Reference Values (pps): J Stocks
- Infant Lung Function Tests (pdf): J Stocks
- Lung Growth & Development (handout),and (pps): A Hislop
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