News in 2015
Roxanne has paper published in Archives of Disease in Childhood
15 October 2015
What matters to children with CFS/ME? A conceptual model as the first stage in developing a PROM
CCAH Summertime BBQ
25 August 2015
Somehow we managed to find a sunny evening in July!
Congratulations to Jean Golding on recent funding success with the John Templeton Foundation.
11 August 2015
Professor Jean Golding has been awarded £294,042 from the John Templeton Foundation, titled “Internal Locus of Control: Origins, Determinants, and Benefits"
A conference on supporting children with cerebral visual impairment in mainstream and special schools hosted by Cathy Williams
24 June 2015
Community perceptions of unintentional child injuries in Makwanpur district of Nepal: a qualitative study
28 May 2015
Puspa Pant, a PhD Student, has had some of his work published in the Biomedical Centre Public Health Journal
New research on vision and dyslexia - paper published
26 May 2015
Congratulations to Alexandra Creavin, Cathy Williams and Colin Steer (and Raghu Lingam from Newcastle University) whose new research on vision and dyslexia dominated the media 25th May 2015
Natasha Price Short-listed for a Bristol Teaching Award
22 May 2015
Enabling Data Linkage to Maximise the Value of Public Health Research Data
13 May 2015
Jocelyn to represent the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, at the 3 Min Thesis competition.
12 May 2015
A bitter pill to swallow: the problem of, and solutions to, Sub-Saharan Africa’s counterfeit pharmaceutical trade
8 May 2015
Silas Webb, Global Health student publishes in The Journal of Global Health
The Guardian publishes Anna's article: "Bed sharing with babies – is it safe?"
18 March 2015
Global Health students present at The ICDD 2015: XIII International Conference on Disability and Diversity - London
17 March 2015
Poster presentation -
The Deprivation of Human Rights Experienced by African Children with Disabilities by Anna Wiltshire and Rebecca Markham has been accepted for poster presentation as well as inclusion in the conference proceedings of the ICDD 2015: International Conference on Disability and Diversity held in London during February, 16-17, 2015.
150 empowered and inspirational health visitor change agents released on NHS Change Day
11 March 2015
On 11 March 2015, NHS Change Day, Dr Toity Deave from the Centre for Child & Adolescent Health, Bristol will be one of 150 outstanding health visitors who will convene at a conferment ceremony in London to receive their Fellowship of the Institute of Health Visiting (FiHV).
Two papers published with results from national project investigatng the health of the signing Deaf community in the UK
29 January 2015
BMJOpen and British Journal of General Practice publish papers with the results from a 4 year national study.