EAGLE study led to fewer anastomotic leaks following surgery in more than 300 global surgery sites
As 10% of worlds adults predicted to develop diabetes, UK-wide programme to reduce the risk of developing disease is proven beyond reasonable doubt to work
The University of Birmingham is preparing for a major conference aimed at reducing the healthcare sector's contribution to climate change.
Birmingham researcher responds to a call to prioritise understanding barriers faced by researchers from ethnic minority backgrounds when applying for funding.
UK patients with the heart rhythm disorder atrial fibrillation could benefit from a new prediction tool for assessing the risk of stroke and major bleeding
The NOAH-AFNET 6 trial shows that giving a direct oral anticoagulant to patients with these device-detected arrhythmias has no benefits and increases risks.
Patients in England are less likely to be treated during the Gov't-set 18-week referral to treatment window due to “unhelpful” target setting, new study finds.
University of Birmingham experts will collaborate on researching policy for reproductive health provision, as part of a new Policy Research Unit.
Patients and members of the public will be able to more easily take part in research thanks to a new tool developed by Birmingham’s work on Long COVID.
New project to bring anthropological approach to understand lived experience of people with eating disorders