Action needed to address schoolboy doping vulnerability16 February 2018
Leeds Beckett University experts have called for collective action to reduce the risk of intentional and inadvertent doping in schoolboys after a study has revealed a lack of awareness of harms and risks associated with supplement use.Read more
Trainee teachers ill-prepared to tackle pupils’ mental health in the classroom16 February 2018
Trainee teachers would struggle to spot signs of mental illness in pupils, according to new research by Leeds Beckett University.Read more
Leeds Beckett academic calls for recruitment bias law change15 February 2018
Schools should review their legal obligations in terms of institutional racism, according to leading race and equality academic, Professor Shirley-Anne Tate.Read more
Experts to share research about musculoskeletal health at Leeds event7 February 2018
The role of aging, injury and exercise in musculoskeletal health is to be discussed by experts at an event next month.
Two universities join forces to launch new Health and Wellbeing Research Centre7 February 2018
Leeds Beckett University has just announced an exciting new partnership, which will see it at the forefront of health research.
Trauma Surgeon joins Carnegie School of Sport at Leeds Beckett30 January 2018
A Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon has joined the Leeds Beckett University Sports Medicine Research Group. Nick Harris has become a Visiting Professor of Sports Medicine at the university.
Ground-breaking research looks at long-term headache relief in multiple sclerosis patients24 January 2018
New research from Leeds Beckett University and the University of Catania in Italy has shown how a surgical procedure can lead to dramatic and sustained headache relief in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients.
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.
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.
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.
More funding is needed for mental health provision in schools, new research finds21 December 2017
Ninety-seven per cent of school leaders want to see more funding available for mental health provision in schools, according to new research by Leeds Beckett University and Hub4Leaders.
Self-injury more about coping than a cry for help18 December 2017
New research has revealed that most people who harm themselves do it as a way to deal with their emotional pain, rather than a cry for help.