University to welcome prospective new doctors hoping to join the pioneering School of Medicine
The health prospects of people with learning disabilities could be improved if more use was made of medical testing technology which is carried out close to where the patient is receiving care, a North East study has found.
Students have been put through their paces by the Armed Forces to help build confidence and comradery among classmates as they enter the new university term.
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