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#WhyWeDoResearch

Posted by Miranda Odam | 15 Apr 2015

#WhyWeDoResearch

 IMG_Truth IMG_What works Because we are curious                        IMG_Aspiring for excellence  IMG_Save livesIMG_BoardIMG_Right choiceIMG_No such thingIMG_No harmIMG_improvementIMG_Drugs working                           IMG_Need to learn  IMG_Mug                       IMG_KnowledgeIMG_Every patient mattersIMG_Curiousity                           IMG_More awesome  IMG_Improving lives                                              Deliver the best possible care           IMG_Do no harm

We asked a number of colleagues and friends why we do what we do. Their answers are inspiring, challenging and sometimes very funny.

We’ll endeavour to update this post with some of the best answers.  Or you can follow the campaign more closely on our twitter account

Research: COVID-19 and EMERGE

Research: COVID-19 and EMERGE

29 Mar 2020 | Miranda Odam

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The Cerebrovascular Research Group is Hiring an Administrator

The Cerebrovascular Research Group is Hiring an Administrator

20 Feb 2020 | Nicholas Fethers

A new position has opened in the University of Edinburgh-based Cerebrovascular Research Group. Full details in the link below: https://www.vacancies.ed.ac.uk/pls/corehrrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.display_form

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ACE Lecture- ‘Sepsis Related Mortality – preventable and attributable?’ by Manu Shankar-Hari

ACE Lecture- ‘Sepsis Related Mortality – preventable and attributable?’ by Manu Shankar-Hari

6 Feb 2020 | Emma Moatt

ACUTE CARE EDINBURGH Speaker Monday 17th February - 13:30 - 14:30 hours Arthurs Seat, Post Graduate Education Centre, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Little France Manu Shankar-Hari- ‘Sepsis Related Mortality – preventable and attributable?’

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