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Staff Profile

Camilla McHugh

HeLP Coordinator

Kath Maguire

I joined the University of Exeter in 2006 as a Research Administrator on the Osteopathy Trial. When this trial came to an end in 2009 I worked on the setting up of the Peninsula Cerebra Research Unit (PenCRU). My role as Family Involvement Coordinator was to ensure the active engagement and involvement of families in research and the units related activities. I recently moved, June 2013, to the Healthy Lifestyles Programme (HeLP), a PenCLAHRC supported project which is a novel school based obesity prevention intervention. I am currently responsible for coordinating the running of the HeLP programme in 8 schools across Devon.

Upcoming Events

Sep
25

Person-centred coordinated care theory building...

Bircham room ITTC building , Plymouth Science Park

On 25th September Debra Westlake and Dr. Helen Lloyd are running a Person-centred coordinated care (P3C) theory...
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Sep
27

Searching and Review Clinic

ITTC Building, Plymouth

These clinics have been set up to help the PenCLAHRC Evidence Synthesis Team to manage and respond...
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Calendar

News

PenCHORD teach at international summer school focused on economical modelling in healthcare

20 September 2018

This August saw the first International Summer School Riga (ISSR), which was hosted and organised...
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Stroke doubles dementia risk, concludes large-scale study

31 August 2018

People who have had a stroke are around twice as likely to develop dementia, according...
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Highlighting ten years of CLAHRC success

28 August 2018

From the South West right up to the North West Coast, 13 CLAHRCs operate across...
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News

Research Projects

Nature on prescription

Theme: Mental Health & Dementia

This project aims to provide evidence to better understand the impact of nature-based group activities...
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Adapting the Chance UK mentoring programme

Theme: Evidence for Policy and Practice

The Chance UK mentoring programme is for children in London aged 5-11 years who are...
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Research Projects