Collaborations between General Practitioners and Voluntary and Community Sector organisations examined17 January 2018
More needs to be done to encourage collaborations between General Practitioners (GPs) and Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) organisations, according to research carried out by Leeds Beckett University.Read more
Study identifies elements for effective dementia training and education17 January 2018
A team of researchers, led by staff at Leeds Beckett University, has launched a tool to improve the quality of training for health and social care staff that provide care for people with dementia.Read more
Families using the system to control ‘vulnerable adult’ relatives16 January 2018
Families are using mental health issues to control vulnerable adults and force them into marriage, according to the latest research into honour-based abuse by Leeds Beckett University.Read more
Our upcoming events
CeASR Global Inequalities Lecture- Healthy public policy-making: people, ideas, systems, and politics
Speaker Dr Patrick Harris, NHMRC Early Career Fellow, Menzies Centre for Health Policy, School of Public Health, Sydney Medical School
Research Keynote by Professor Michael Gratzke, Chair of UCML
Research keynote seminar on “The Future of Modern Languages Teaching and Research"
The Law Clinic will open its doors once again to advise staff, students and members of the public on any legal issues they may have.
The legal labour market presentation by Darlingtons Solicitors LLP
This session is aimed at all law students. It will help you decide whether you want a legal career and what type of firm/area of law you want to work in.
Ann Wagner: The Patient Will See You Now Dr ….The Changing Face of Healthcare Communications
With an Executive career that has included regional and national roles in the NHS, Ann Wagner shares her reflections and experiences when she returns to Leeds Business School some 30 years after graduating.
PsyCen Seminar: A how to guide to reproducible research
Centre for Psychological Research (PsyCen) Seminar: A how to guide to reproducible research Cognition & Behaviour Programme Guest Speaker: Dr Kirstie Whitaker, Mozilla Fellow for Science, Alan Turing Institute
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