The self-management of long-term conditions project is within a life course epidemiological approach to understanding and addressing health and social inequalities which seeks to identify populations at risk and develop interventions to improve health outcomes in relation to NCDs and LTCs (e.g.
There is strong evidence for adults that social/economic standing in society impacts individuals’ wellbeing. Research from studies including the Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children (HBSC www.hbsc.org) Cross-National Study has shown that this is also found for adolescents living in countries across Europe.
Dr A Money, Prof G Ghinea, Dr T Cribbin, Dr S Lauria
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Intelligent, ‘human-like’ applications, 3D games, and interfaces are becoming more common in our everyday lives, and as an important area of focus within the fields of Multimedia / Human-Computer Interaction research.