Study investigating effectiveness of The Lightning Process programme to treat children with mild of moderate CFS or ME finds symptoms improve. 27 September 2017 The first trial to investigate the Lightening Process was published Thursday 21st September in Archives and Disease in Childhood.
- Study investigating effectiveness of The Lightning Process programme to treat children with mild of moderate CFS or ME finds symptoms improve. 27 September 2017 The first trial to investigate the Lightening Process was published Thursday 21st September in Archives and Disease in Childhood.
- Puspa Pant Receives Award of Educational Excellence in Kathmandu 8 September 2017 First University of the West of England student to receive award for education excellence, in Kathmandu at President Bidhya Devi Bhandari's office.
- Honorary degree for Professor Jean Golding 9 July 2017 Children of the 90s founder, Professor Jean Golding OBE, receives an honorary degree form University College London, in recognition of her pioneering work in longitudinal population studies.
- The Scar Free Foundation Celebrated their 5th Birthday. 5 July 2017
- Royal Garden Parties at Buckingham Palace 1 June 2017 Three members of the Centre for Child & Adolescent Health were invited to attend Royal Garden Parties at Buckingham Palace in May
- A visit from Bristol artist; Angela Baum 21 April 2017 Bristol artist Angela Baum visited on April 6th to see three of her paintings hung in the newly refurbished section of the Centre for Child and Adolescent Health in Oakfield House.
- Jean Golding Institute launched 6 April 2017 The Jean Golding Institute is a flagship multidisciplinary research institute at the University of Bristol, supporting cutting-edge research in the field of applied data science.
- Young Persons Advisory Group Presentations 22 March 2017 Redland Green Young Persons Advisory Group present their research findings at the Centre for Child and Adolescent Health.
- Caroline appears on Radio 4's Feedback programme 8 March 2017 Dr Caroline Taylor attended the 2nd Academic Archers Conference 2017 at the University of Lincoln in February. Her presentation was on dietary provision for women in the prison service who are pregnant or breastfeeding in relation to the storyline of Helen Archer.
- Daniela Estrada de León, visiting Student from Mexico 3 February 2017 Daniela Estrada de León is in her second and final year of an MSc in Public Health at the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, in Mexico.