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Could artificial intelligence (ai) be the answer to cutting lung cancer diagnosis by half?

A research study is being trialed in the NHS using Artificial Intelligence (AI) hoping to reduce the amount of time in diagnosing lung cancer by half.

7 Mar 2022

Celebrating our research heritage

For six decades millions of people have benefited from research conducted by the University’s academics, research centres and research groups.

20 December 2022

Creating opportunities for underrepresented talent

Canterbury Christ Church University is committed to promoting racial equality, closing the degree awarding gap, increasing graduate employability, and promoting a diverse workforce.

29 November 2022

Finding solutions to empower individuals to manage their own care

Academics from Canterbury Christ Church University and Europe are to present findings from a project to address current gaps in caring for an aging population and help keep them out of hospital.

24 November 2022

Research to improve young people’s health and wellbeing through sport

Spear has secured funding to evaluate high-profile projects supporting underrepresented groups to improve health and wellbeing through sport in cricket and rugby.

23 November 2022

Research shows immediate reporting of chest X-rays can cut lung cancer diagnosis time in half

Findings from a study looking into providing patients with the result of their chest X-ray immediately, to cut lung cancer diagnosis time in half, have been published in the medical journal Thorax.

14 November 2022

Founding medical students start clinical placements in Kent and Medway

Kent and Medway Medical School (KMMS) founding students are staring their clinical placements in NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust (KMPT) and the four acute hospital trusts in Kent and Medway.

10 November 2022

Talking therapies project started in lockdown gains charity status

Keep Talking Services started by students to support local people during lockdown has received registered charity status.

27 September 2022

Canterbury Christ Church University in top 20% of English universities for its work with the public and third sectors

Canterbury Christ Church University’s commitment to working with local businesses, communities and supporting regional economic growth has been recognised in a national assessment for Higher Education

27 September 2022

Help shape the future healthcare professionals for Kent and Medway

Canterbury Christ Church University is asking local people to help shape new degree programmes and support the region’s future healthcare provision and workforce.

05 August 2022

Ancient Egyptian mummified head scanned at Maidstone Hospital for research

An ancient mummified Egyptian head has been examined using a computed tomography (CT) scanner at Maidstone Hospital with the aim to reveal and reconstruct the hidden history of the individual.

12 July 2022

Talking therapies lockdown project goes from strength to strength

Alex Richardson, a Mental Health Nursing graduate at Canterbury Christ Church University, is now the Chief Executive of his own charity Keep Talking Services.

01 July 2022

Canterbury Christ Church University research recognised as world leading in national assessment

The University has more than doubled the proportion of world leading research produced and more than quadrupled the world-leading impact its research has on people’s lives in REF 2021 figures.

12 May 2022

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