News in 2016
Macro- and micronutrient intakes in picky eaters: a cause for concern?
20 December 2016
Background: Picky eating (PE) is characterized by an unwillingness to eat certain foods and by strong food preferences. PE may result in lower intakes of energy and nutrients, which may compromise health.
New Chronic Fatigue Trial (FITNET-NHS)
3 November 2016
New Chronic Fatigue Trial (FITNET-NHS)- A therapy that successfully treats two-thirds of children with chronic fatigue syndrome is being trialled for NHS use.
Child and Adolescent Health team present at Safety 2016 Conference in Finland
18 October 2016
Safety 2016, the international biennial violence and injury prevention conference, which took place in Tampere, Finland on 18th-21st September 2016.
Pete Blair elected as chair of ISPID
10 October 2016
Pete has been elected as chair of The International Society for the Study and Prevention of Perinatal and Infant Death (ISPID)
Latin American conference, in Uruguay.
16 September 2016
Professor Peter Fleming, Dr Peter Blair and Dr Anna Pease attended the joint International Society for Perinatal and Infant Death (ISPID)and International Stillbirth Alliance (ISA) conference this month, in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Prevalence and Predictors of Persistent Speech Sound Disorder at Eight Years Old: Findings From a Population Cohort Study
2 September 2016
Anna receives her PhD
23 August 2016
Carol and Katie attend the International Children's Continence Society in Kyoto, Japan and present six papers
11 July 2016
Carol awarded prize for paper examining the association between bedwetting and daytime wetting in childhood and urinary incontinence, lower urinary tract symptoms and bowel habits in adolescence
Anna presents poster at Welsh International Symposium of Emergency Medicine
22 June 2016
Anna Wiltshire, one of our global health students, presented her poster in Cardiff in relation to her dissertation conducted in Uganda in 2015.
Caroline Taylor wins the 'Pecha Kucha' competition
9 May 2016
Infant swaddling for sleep associated with sudden infant death syndrome.
9 May 2016
The risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) appears to increase when infants are swaddled while sleeping on their stomachs or sides, new research has found.
Published: Preparing for Home Study
21 April 2016
Keeping Children Safe
14 April 2016
Wing Chan has been awarded a University Research Committee interdisciplinary research internship for 2016
21 March 2016
Wing was one of only 20 students who were awarded a university interdisciplinary internship this year
Parents of premature babies get confidence boost
14 March 2016
Parents of premature babies get confidence boost from home-from-hospital project.
Conference showcasing the latest research in paediatric burn care
8 March 2016
Children's Burns one day conference Friday 1st July Bristol
Why it's good to eat your greens
1 March 2016
Research has found pre-school children whose parents considered them to be ‘picky eaters’ ate less dietary fibre, and were 30 per cent more likely to be constipated than those who were ‘never choosy’
New NIHR fellowship awarded to Lucy Southby
27 January 2016
NIHR fund Lucy's project titled ‘Speech processing in children born with cleft and its relationship to speech articulation at age 5.'