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Personal and family papers archive from the Cadbury Research Library.

Macromolecular X-Ray Diffraction Facility - School of Biosciences

The School of Biosciences features a new, state-of-the-art X-ray diffraction facility for proteins. The facility includes a new-generation microfocus rotating anode generator and a CCD chip-based area detector for rapid data acquisition. Protein crystallisation, largely a trial-and-error process, is often hampered by the scarcity of pure protein.  With the aid of a liquid handling robot, capable of dispensing nano-litre volumes, the number of potential growth conditions can be vastly extended, enhancing the chance of success and rendering possible the crystallisation of difficult proteins or protein complexes.

MALDI - Mass spectrometry - Centre for Chemical and Biochemical Analysis

Maldi is an ionisation technique used for medium to large molecules such as peptides, proteins, and some organo- metallic compounds.

Management of DVT and Pulmonary Embolism within primary care

To provide knowledge of the diagnosis and management of Deep Vein Thrombosis within a primary cares setting and to give information on the major developments surrounding VTE prevention for patients admitted to hospital and why it is relevant in primary care.

Management of Gynaecology in the Community

This module is aimed at general practitioners and practice nurses working in the community required to develop competencies in the management of gynaecological disorders to an advanced level.

Management of Heart Failure in primary care

The course will provide you with skills and academic requirements for specialist clinical practice within the community. It uniquely combines academic and clinical aspects of community and primary care with practical sessions and summative assessment in practice by trained clinical assessors.

Management of Hypertension in primary care

This 4 day course aims to provide Health Care Professionals with skills and academic requirements for specialist clinical practice within the community as well as research skills and health service evaluation

Managing a patient with a history of Anaphylaxis

Anaphylaxis is a life threatening medical emergency. This course will give GPs the confidence to initiate the diagnosis and management of their patients that have suffered from anaphylaxis, according to NICE guidelines. This will include a practical session on how to teach your patients to use an adrenalin auto-injector. Defining anaphylaxis will help GPs manage patients with allergy mimics such as chronic spontaneous urticaria.

Managing allergy and atopy in a busy GP practice

One in three people in the UK suffer from an allergy which is associated with significant morbidity and mortality. This course will give an overview of the commonest atopic diseases where allergy play a role. Patient based, interactive lectures will provide information on diagnostic and management pathways to be applied to a busy primary care clinic.

Managing Endocrine disorders in primary care

Managing Endocrine disorders in primary care. This one day course aims to provide an evidence based approach to the management of common endocrine diseases in the community. It provides a unique opportunity for lively and interactive discussion between primary care physicians and experts on a wide range of endocrine disorders.
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