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EVIDENCE AND PRACTICE   

Barriers to health promotion with overweight or obese children, young people and their families

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Children and Young People Presenting in a Paediatric Emergency Department in North-West England in Suicidal Crisis

An Exploratory Case Series Study

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Implementation of a Children’s Safe Asthma Discharge Care Pathway Reduces the Risk of Future Asthma Attacks in Children

A Retrospective Quality Improvement Report

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We Matter Too – Disabled Young People and Domestic Abuse

We Matter Too! is a project that addresses the needs of disabled young people facing domestic abuse

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Sensitive parenting saves both society and families money

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Best Research for Best Health: The Next Chapter

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The Limping Chicken

The world’s most popular deaf blog! Laying eggs since 2012

Tomas Gerrard: Find out more about READY, a major research study on young deaf people

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Supporting patient and public involvement in research

NIHR has re-launched key resources and guidance that support patient and public involvement in health and social care research. 

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House of Commons Library Research Briefing

Coronavirus and schools: FAQS

Suicide prevention: Policy and strategy


brief summaries of cutting edge research on trauma and childhood maltreatment published in the fourth quarter of 2020

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A short video explaining what ACEs are, how they are measured, and the pros and cons of routine screening. Featuring Professors Andrea Danese and Helen Minnis and UKTC Co-Director David Tricke

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Research: Implications for practitioners


Working with the Protecting and Empowering Against Child Exploitation (PEACE) project to develop contextual interventions

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PROBLEMATISING YOUNG MALE VICTIMS IN TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY ENGLISH CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION POLICY: A CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS

By Dr Michael Fanner. This paper explores how male victims of #CSE have been affected through gendered thinking, creating a degree of awkwardness in the way we talk about them

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Key messages from research on child sexual abuse perpetrated by adults

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The STaR project

Supporting the Transition and Retention of Newly Qualified Nurses

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