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8 Dec
2016

Researchers offer hope for cure for some causes of schizophrenia

A new study by Oxford Health researchers has found that specific antibodies may cause schizophrenia in some patients.

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2 Dec
2016

‘Nurse convinced me not to give up’

Susan Hemming writes in the Nursing Standard about how an Oxford Health nurse saved her life.

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2 Dec
2016

New addition to Warneford Meadow

A mulberry tree has been planted in Warneford Meadow by MP Andrew Smith to celebrate the meadow’s role as a therapeutic and community green space.

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1 Dec
2016

No plans for merged ‘Super Trust’

Contrary to concerns raised by a press headline, Oxford Health, Oxford University Hospitals and OxFed have no plans for a ‘super trust’ merger.

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24 Nov
2016

‘Let’s talk FGM’ app wins design award

The ‘Let’s talk FGM’ app, designed by Oxford Health nurse Joanne McEwan, has won an award at the London Design Awards.

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22 Nov
2016

Investment in better brain health

NIHR Oxford cognitive health Clinical Research Facility has been awarded £3.7m to continue its life-changing work translating innovative research into better treatments for cognitive health.

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16 Nov
2016

Sleeping under the spires

A news article by the British Medical Association praises the work done by the Luther Street GP surgery, which works with homeless people.

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10 Nov
2016

Taking mental health to the streets

Oxford Health invites public to attend talk on how police and NHS staff are working together to help people in crisis.

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9 Nov
2016

“£80 million for research into mental illness”

A guest blog in ‘Mental Health Today’ celebrates the boost in funding to mental health research, which places Oxford Health at the heart of an exciting new era of treatment discovery for mental health disorders.

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3 Nov
2016

Study suggests way of cutting re-offending in prisoners

A study led by a forensic psychiatrist at Oxford Health suggests that psychotropic medications might help in re-integrate people into society, who may otherwise become trapped in a cycle of re-offending.

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2 Nov
2016

Goodbye Eve: Luther Street bids farewell to long-serving nurse

Oxford Health bids farewell to long-serving nurse Eve Gibb, who has spent more than 30 years working with the homeless population of Oxford at Luther Street Medical Centre.

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1 Nov
2016

‘Bridging the gap between research and clinical practice’

Oxford Health is pioneering a new way to integrate research into clinical practice. Read about how they’re doing that, why, and what benefits it’s starting to bring.

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