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Equality in the NHS: a work in progress

December 15 2017

Roger Kline revisits the Workplace Race Equality Standard and examines the impact it’s had on the NHS since its introduction in 2014

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Rethinking disciplinary action in the NHS

Roger Kline outlines the cost of disciplinary investigations and puts forward a case for more learning and less blame when mistakes are made in the NHS

World AIDS Day: fear, community and hope

December 01 2017

As we near the end of the fourth decade of the HIV epidemic, Ant Babajee explores how far society has moved on

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Researching the wellbeing of students

May 08 2017

The Centre for Abuse and Trauma Studies is using a platform called the Computerised Life Events Assessment Record to investigate student wellbeing

Violence and women’s mental health

January 04 2017

Associate Professor in Mental Health Nicky Lambert reviews a new piece of research linking violence against women to higher levels of mental distress

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The sickness label

February 09 2016

Dr Sarah Carr explores a brief history of psychiatry and gay liberation

The social impact of authoritative parenting

January 21 2016

Professor Lynn McDonald discusses the role of families in modern society and how they can be empowered to improve children’s academic performance

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Researching cancer using social media

January 20 2016

Senior Lecturer in Natural Sciences Dr Britta Stordal is harnessing the power of social media to gather information on cancer incidence among the population of the UK

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Understanding the stress of life events

November 10 2015

Research Fellow Ruth Spence is examining how people deal with negative situations, and the different degrees of stress caused by significant life events

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The QUEST study: understanding suicidal thoughts

September 10 2015

Senior Lecturer in Psychology Dr Lisa Marzano shares findings from the QUEST study, and how it’s helping organisations like the Samaritans gain a deeper understanding of suicide

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