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Parkinson's Pals Volunteer wins award!

Congratulations to Patrick Hughes, one of our outstanding  Laidlaw scholar MBiol students graduating this year, who was given the DUSVO "Best Health & Wellbeing Effort" award 2024.
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How do we build confidence of practitioners to support pain self-management?

Many front-line staff who might be expected to introduce and deliver self-management support for persistent pain lack the confidence and skills to do so.
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WRIHW Newsletter 130 is out now!

The latest Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing Newsletter should have arrived in your inbox this morning!
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New Child of the North Report - An evidence-based plan for supporting physical activity and healthy nutrition with and through education settings

The fifth report in a year-long series – produced jointly by Child of the North and the Centre for Young Lives – that seeks to deliver a country that works for all children and young people, calls for schools to be supported to fix the broken school food system and tackle Britain’s child obesity crisis.
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WRIHW Newsletter 129 is out now!

The latest Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing Newsletter should have arrived in your inbox this morning!
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Award Win for Paul Chazot and the IAA Project team

We are pleased to announce that Paul Chazot and the IAA project team have been awarded at the Celebration of Impact event
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Child of the North - Improving mental health and wellbeing with and through educational settings

The third report in a year-long series – produced jointly by Child of the North and the Centre for Young Lives – that seeks to deliver a country that works for all children and young people, sets out a new plan for Government to boost children’s mental health through schools.
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Child of the North - Children in Care Report

Children in the North are at greater risk of entering care compared to their southern counterparts, a new study has revealed.
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IAA Celebration of Impact - Award Nomination

We are pleased to announce that Wolfson Fellow and Pain Academy Lead Paul Chazot and the IAA project team have been shortlisted for an award at the Celebration of Impact event.
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WRIHW Newsletter 127 is out now!

The latest Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing Newsletter should have arrived in your inbox this morning!
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Defining an Ageing-Related Pathology: International Consensus Statement

In 2019, the International Classification of Diseases, 11th revision (ICD-11) called for a systematic and comprehensive classification and staging of ageing-related pathologies at the metabolic, tissue, organ and systemic levels. It was recommended that such a classification system should be adopted by the ICD, to guide policy and practice and to enable appropriate clinical guidance, systems, resources, and infrastructure.
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Child of the North Report 2 is out now - An evidence-based plan for addressing poverty with and through schools

The second report in a year-long series, co-lead authored by Wolfson Fellow Charmele Ayadurai – seeks to deliver a country that works for all children and young people, and sets out a new plan to take the battle to reduce child poverty inside the school gates.
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