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Part-time DPhil Student Gemma Hughes writes about conceptual technologies developed to support the next generation of older people.


Is there a link between antibiotic use in gastrointestinal illness and complications such as arthritis and irritable bowel syndrome? DPhil student Seun Esan investigates.


Professor Carl Heneghan writes in The Conversation.


Nick Fahy is a senior researcher and consultant in health policy and systems at the University of Oxford. He also blogs about health and Brexit at www.nickfahy.org


Lynne Maddocks shares her experience of piloting a series of seminars for our Patient and Public Involvement contributors, to help them be ready to shape the design, delivery and dissemination of our research.


Lisa Hinton blogs about her research on experiences of infertility and collecting women’s and men’s stories for the www.healthtalk.org website.


Jeremy Howick explores the health benefits of doing kind deeds.


What does “big data” look like when it comes to healthcare, what are the problems for researchers and what are the potential benefits to patients?


The public can take many roles in research - particularly in projects where the aim is to co-create. Dr Lindson-Hawley describes her experience of engaging the public in their many forms in a project aiming to set new priorities for tobacco addiction researchers.


Can text messages help people with type 2 diabetes to achieve a healthier lifestyle?

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