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The role of schools in supporting the mental health of neurodiverse young people: a mixed method study

Children and young people who have a neurodevelopmental condition such as ADHD or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and those with additional learning needs (ALN) /special educational needs, are at greater risk of poor academic attainment, school exclusion and absence. Read more

The potential utility of human regulatory T cell-deriVed ExtRacellular veSicles to control inflammation in rheUmatoid arthiritiS (VERSUS)

One in every 16 of people in the UK live with an autoimmune condition causing them pain, difficulty, lost opportunities in work and in life, and in many cases placing them at risk of early death. Autoimmunity occurs when the immune system attacks the body. Read more

PhD Studentship in Lifecourse Epidemiology & Public Mental Health

  Research Group: Mental Health and Addiction
The Department of Health Sciences, University of York, and the Bradford Institute for Health Research invite applications for a fully-funded full-time PhD studentship to start in September 2022. The project is on childhood mental health and early life experience funded by the Yorkshire and Humber Applied Research Collaboration (YHARC). . Read more

(NIHR) The impact of virtual wards on the health and care system

The Covid-19 pandemic forced the NHS to adopt innovative ways of working at speed. One such innovation was the introduction of virtual wards, which allow patients to get the care they need in the comfort of their own homes. Read more

(NIHR) The demand and supply determinants of GP activity

Primary care is in a state of crisis, with demand for appointments greatly outstripping supply. GPs report high levels of stress, resulting in low levels of job satisfaction and a significant proportion of the workforce expressing intentions to quit the profession. . Read more

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