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Collaborations between General Practitioners and Voluntary and Community Sector organisations examined

Collaborations between General Practitioners and Voluntary and Community Sector organisations examined

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.

Study identifies elements for effective dementia training and education

Study identifies elements for effective dementia training and education

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.

Families using the system to control ‘vulnerable adult’ relatives

Families using the system to control ‘vulnerable adult’ relatives

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.

Leeds Beckett launches new centre to boost business growth in Wakefield

Leeds Beckett launches new centre to boost business growth in Wakefield

Leeds Beckett University has launched a new initiative, in partnership with Wakefield Council and Wakefield College, to drive growth amongst early-stage and growing businesses.

Leeds Beckett Academic appointed Expert Adviser for NICE

Leeds Beckett Academic appointed Expert Adviser for NICE

Dr Andy Pringle – a Reader in Physical Activity and Public Health at the Carnegie School of Sport - has been appointed as an Expert Adviser for the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Centre for Guidelines (CfG).

News in brief: Double recognition for university staff, students land Hallmark placements

News in brief: Double recognition for university staff, students land Hallmark placements

In this week's News in Brief: Professor Paul in the School of Built Environment and Engineer celebrates new appointment, Business Systems Development Manager Tanja Lichtensteiger is shortlisted for national award and Cultural Studies and Humanities students win work placement at Hallmark.

Influence of Jason Statham on film industry explored in book by Leeds Beckett academics

Influence of Jason Statham on film industry explored in book by Leeds Beckett academics

Jason Statham is best known for his roles in Hollywood franchises the Fast and Furious movies and The Expendables, but now two Leeds Beckett academics are editing a book exploring the phenomenon and diversity of the British film star.

Gaming business entrepreneur puts success down to Leeds Beckett course

Gaming business entrepreneur puts success down to Leeds Beckett course

An entrepreneur and Leeds Beckett University Business School graduate is expanding his global gaming business, and puts down his success to his time at the university.

Leading economist to lecture on UK economy and Brexit

Leading economist to lecture on UK economy and Brexit

Life after Brexit will form part of a Leeds Beckett University lecture by one of the region’s leading economists.

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