Chronic pain is a huge health challenge. It is the biggest reason people in the UK see their GP.
In this Academic Seminar, Professor Nicola Wilson shares her passion and insights for collaboration, built up over the course of her career. From her earliest experiences of building collaborative relationships to create new referral pathways, through navigating the geopolitical landscape of trans-European research collaboration and into more recent years of interdisciplinary and interorganisational collaboration, she will share anecdotes and her insights
This talk will consider how the research of DISC and the outreach work of Basis have contributed to a rethink of the official infant sleep safety guidance in the UK to accommodate the needs of culturally diverse families and acknowledge the benefits to mothers and babies of sleeping together while providing information about hazards to avoid.
Most of us get a headache at one time or another. Some of us experience severe, even debilitating pain. But why do we experience headache? And what clues can be found in how we live our lives that can enable us to fight back or even stop them from happening at all?
Body weight and shape ideals are highly variable across time periods and across cultures, and laboratory research shows that our preferences are flexible. Visual media – both traditional and new social media forms – exert particular influence on conceptions of body attractiveness.
Depression is common among people with long-term conditions (LTCs), and is linked with worse physical outcomes. However, depression in the context of LTCs is not well understood and standard treatments are not always effective.
Stroke is a prevalent and disabling neurological condition, and visual perceptual impairments including partial loss of the visual field, or difficulties recognising objects or faces, and are a relatively common consequence.