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News archive for Institute of Translation, Innovation, Methodology & Engagement

  • “Disturbing breach of last group of antibiotics” Cardiff University19th November 2015A new gene (MCR-1) that enables bacteria to be highly resistant to polymyxins - the last line of antibiotic defence we have left - has been found in widespread bacteria samples taken from pigs and patients in south China, including …
  • Emil Unanue: the Jonathan Boulter Memorial Lecture 2015 9th October 2015World-leading immunologist delivers an outstanding memorial lecture in commemoration of Dr. Jonathan Boulter
  • "I've seen the tragedy of a mum dying and losing her twins" Cardiff University2nd February 2015Life-saving medical procedures are being taught in a sub-Saharan African country for the first time thanks to one of the University’s flagship engagement projects.
  • "Doctor Who" Christmas Special features Cardiff University equipment www.facebook.com25th December 2014The Cardiff Institute of Infection & Immunity and the Cardiff China Medical Research Collaborative donate laboratory equipment that features prominently in the "Last Christmas" episode aired on BBC1 on 25 December 2014.
  • Celebrating Excellence Award for Ruth Williams 20th November 2014Ruth Williams from the Dermatology Department in the Cardiff Institute of Infection & Immunity receives the Celebrating Excellence Award 2014 for "Outstanding Contribution to Equality and Diversity”
  • Health Foundation’s reaction to NHS England’s Forward View 23rd October 2014Health Foundation’s reaction to NHS England’s Forward View We have responded to the five year Forward View published 23 October, which outlines why the health service needs to change and the actions required to deliver transformed care for patients.
  • The Health Foundation’s reaction to Jeremy Hunt’s call for safer hospitals 17th October 2014The Health Foundation’s reaction to Jeremy Hunt’s call for safer hospitals The Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt MP, has today revealed that poor care costs the NHS up to £2.5bn every year and argues for further cultural change …
  • The Health Foundation £800,000 8th September 2014The Health Foundation has launched a new Efficiency Research Programme, which will make £800,000 available for research to look at ways to improve efficiency and value for money in health and social care. The programme comes at a time when …