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CPFT joins UK trial of blood tests for diagnosing dementia

Researchers at CPFT and the University of Cambridge are co-leading national trials to identify accurate and rapid blood tests that can help to diagnose dementia...

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Researchers report findings to improve medication management in palliative care

A study led by CPFT experts reviewing how medications are used in palliative care to support patients in the community has been published in a leading international nursing journal...

New research partnership celebrates successful completion of first study

CPFT’s Windsor Research Unit has been praised for successfully delivering one of the first studies in the UK to test new wearable devices to assess brain health and memory, in a new research partnersh...

CPFT psychiatrist elected as chair of national committee

Dr Anupam Bhardwaj, child and adolescent consultant psychiatrist at CPFT, has been appointed to lead a national committee to improve mental health care for young people...

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Study estimates number of patients for potential new Alzheimer’s disease treatments

Clinical researchers at CPFT and South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust have collaborated to model how many patients might receive potential new treatments for Alzheimer’s disease...

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CPFT researcher receives Future Leaders Fellowship award

CPFT researcher and consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist Dr Anna Moore has been named as one of the UK’s “most promising research leaders” winning national funding for their research and innov...

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