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In the media

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The Daily Echo covered the Faculty's 20 year anniversary since introducing the first educational training programme for Advance Neonatal Nurse Practitioners (ANNPs) in the UK.

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The University's work with Microsoft's Kinect for Xbox 360, in partnership with Roke Manor Research, was covered by CNN following an interview with Dr Cheryl Metcalf about her work in creating a prototype rehabilitation tool for stroke sufferers.

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Further exposure on the London Press Service for the pioneering research work being undertaken by Professor of Inhalation Sciences, Joy Conway, using high-tech 3D imaging.

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The Daily Echo covered Dr Ruth Barlett's work on dementia following the launch of The No Limits| Re-imagining Life with Dementia © Educational Resource in September.

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Also covered by the Daily Echo was Dr Anne Bruton on becoming the first Physiotherapist in the UK to receive a National Institute for Health Research Senior Research Fellowship Award.

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Anne Baileff was published in Nursing Standard following her presentation at the advanced nursing practice conference hosted by the RCN and the International Council of Nurses. 

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Jessica Corner was quoted in the Times Higher commenting on the final report of The Willis Commission which revealed that the move to degree-level nursing registration had no detrimental effect on the quality of care provided by the nursing profession.

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Professor Alan Glasper was interviewed for '60 seconds with' in the Nursing Times on his 43 years in the profession. Read the full article in the printed issue or register with Nursing Times.net and read it here.

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