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It is difficult to test whether painkillers work for very young children and we often don't know the best dose to give. But if Professor Rebeccah Slater and her research team at Oxford are successful we may find alternative ways to measure pain in babies and may eventually be able to offer babies some better options to soothe their pain.
We are conducting this study to test a home fitness programme for children where our exercise instructors help young people over an internet link. We aim to understand how exercise helps young people stay healthy.
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The Department of Paediatrics is involved in medical sciences teaching in Paediatrics for Undergraduate students of the University of Oxford Medical School, as well as running a number of Postgraduate programmes.
The Department of Paediatrics offers a variety of doctoral opportunities across its research themes. Take a look at the outlines of prospective DPhil projects - and please get in touch with the relevant supervisor to discuss the details. Prospective students may apply to this programme with their own research proposal. Please make sure you contact your preferred supervisor for a discussion of your project before submitting your application.