Nadira Siddique who studies MA Social Work at Leeds Beckett University is one of four winners of the Social Work Union (SWU) World Social Work Day Essay Assignment Competition.
At the 45th Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Play (TASP) Professor Fraser Brown received this year's Brian Sutton-Smith Award for Play Scholarship.
Sharon Underwood has been awarded the prestigious title of Queen's Nurse by the Queens Nursing Institute (QNI).
Members of the Childhood Development & Playwork course team accompanied ten students from across levels 4 to 6 on a three-day study tour of Copenhagen, Denmark in March 2019. The aim of the visit was to explore alternative models of provision for children and young people between the ages of 0 – 14 years of age.
Four of our PG Diploma Counselling and Psychotherapy students are visiting Puthisastra University in Cambodia.
Dr Divine Charura will be presenting a talk at Leeds International Festival.
Paul Nicholson discusses the rising mental distress in young girls.
Four students from the Psychological Therapies and Mental Health subject group have been chosen to take part in a study visit to Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Inequality is rarely starker than that experienced by the Gypsy and Traveller community. Average life expectancy is estimated to be in its 50s. The oldest man at one Leeds site, housing over 100 families, is 60 years old. The Centre for Health Promotion Research (CHPR) was commissioned by Leeds CCG, to evaluate a project aiming to improve the health of the city’s Gypsies and Travellers.
Caroline Mountain, Children, Young People and Communities subject group, recently collaborated with the Children’s Society to deliver peer mentor training to young asylum seekers and refugees.
Alys Griffiths, Research Fellow, attended a three day workshop in Kuala Lumpur that examined how health and well-being can be improved for those living in rural and urban Malaysia.
Anne-Marie Bagnall, Professor of Health and Wellbeing Evidence, gave her inaugural lecture “Social relations, health and wellbeing and the case of the missing evidence” on 3rd October 2018.