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Hip Dysplasia Life: A How-To Guide For Surviving And Thriving With Hip Dysplasia, For You And Your Family

Hip Dysplasia Life: A How-To Guide For Surviving And Thriving With Hip Dysplasia, For You And Your Family

Posted on 11 April 2022 by Julie Latchem-Hastings

The Get CreActive project explored the experiences of starting and staying physically active for 20 adults with hip dysplasia.  Through exploring physical activity, the broader impact of hip dysplasia on […]

Setting Hip Dysplasia Research Priorities For the Future

Setting Hip Dysplasia Research Priorities For the Future

Posted on 11 April 2022 by Julie Latchem-Hastings

Between 2020-2022 Cardiff University researchers and scholars worked intensely with 20 adults with hip dysplasia to: Learn about their experiences of starting and staying physically active Set research priorities for […]

World Autism Awareness 2022

World Autism Awareness 2022

Posted on 29 March 2022 by Claire Johnson

This year, World Autism Awareness Week is from 28 March to 3 April, and to mark this we’d like to provide some information and further resources linked to the Centre’s […]

The NIHR Associate Principal Investigator Scheme: Researchers of the Future

The NIHR Associate Principal Investigator Scheme: Researchers of the Future

Posted on 18 March 2022 by Joanne Euden

Many of you may have heard of the Associate Principal Investigator (API) scheme, but not everyone is familiar with what it entails and how we, at the Centre for Trials […]

One More Reason Why Access To Health And Care Data Is Important To Our Wellbeing

One More Reason Why Access To Health And Care Data Is Important To Our Wellbeing

Posted on 17 March 2022 by Joanne Euden

One of the Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) members for the PEACH study, Graham Prestwich, discusses their involvement with the study, with a particular emphasis on how the team are processing […]

Building Blocks 2 Study Published in BMJ Open

Building Blocks 2 Study Published in BMJ Open

Posted on 11 February 2022 by Michael Robling

BMJ Open Publication It feels great to see the main results from the BB:2-6 cohort study now in press with our new article in the BMJ Open. We looked at […]

Getting CreActive – Part 2 – Digital Storytelling And Visual Art

Getting CreActive – Part 2 – Digital Storytelling And Visual Art

Posted on 26 January 2022 by Julie Latchem-Hastings

Introduction In my last Get CreActive blog I focussed on the use of the creative arts to reframe relationships with physical activity.  Physical activity is an important part of managing […]

Getting CreActive

Getting CreActive

Posted on 5 January 2022 by Julie Latchem-Hastings

Getting CreActive – part 1 This blog explores the ‘CreActive’ part of the Get CreActive project – a year-long exploration of the experiences of adults with hip dysplasia. Blog 1 […]

One Year Of The PRONTO Trial: Challenges Observed And Overcome During A Global Pandemic

One Year Of The PRONTO Trial: Challenges Observed And Overcome During A Global Pandemic

Posted on 18 November 2021 by Joanne Euden

What Is Sepsis? Sepsis, blood poisoning, septicaemia…whatever word you are familiar with, it remains one of the most common complications of infection seen in hospital Emergency Departments (ED)s across the […]

Celebrating Transgender Week Awareness: Some Thoughts

Celebrating Transgender Week Awareness: Some Thoughts

Posted on 14 November 2021 by Kerry Hood

What’s in a pronoun: a collection of personal perspectives  For this Transgender Week of Awareness, a few of us reflected on why we use our pronouns how we do.  Christy Barlow (she/her)   […]