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From Cardiff to Edinburgh – watching the Wolfson Young People’s Advisory Group in action

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From Cardiff to Edinburgh – watching the Wolfson Young People’s Advisory Group in action

Posted on 24 October 2022 by Catrin Hopkins

Grateful for my waterproof coat and a couple of extra layers, Tammie, Nathan and I landed in a very wet and windy Edinburgh the night before the event. The journey […]

Youth Voices

Reflections from a #TRIUMPHant Weekend with the Wolfson Centre

Posted on 20 October 2022 by Catrin Hopkins

Howdy! I’m Nathan, a member of the Young People's Advisory Group (YAG) at the Wolfson Centre for Young People’s Mental Health and I’m going to share a few of my […]

Summer School

“Inspired me to think about a career in youth mental health research” – Wolfson Centre Summer School 2022

Posted on 20 September 2022 by Becs Parker

Jemma Baker is a Research Assistant and aspiring Clinical Psychologist/Researcher based at the University of Oxford. In this blog, Jemma shares her experience of attending the Wolfson Centre Summer School […]

NewsSummer School

“Re-ignited my drive to ensure all my work is informed by robust evidence” – Wolfson Centre Summer School 2022

Posted on 23 August 2022 by Becs Parker

Charlotte Hanson is a practitioner based in the Public Health team at Leeds City Council. In this blog, Charlotte shares her experience of attending the Wolfson Centre's first Summer School […]

 
“An experience like no other” – Wolfson Centre Summer School 2022

“An experience like no other” – Wolfson Centre Summer School 2022

Posted on 4 August 2022 by Becs Parker

Sidney Muchemwa is a newly qualified Occupational Therapist and aspiring public health researcher based at the University of Zimbabwe. In this blog, Sidney shares his experience of attending the inaugural […]

‘Fascinating’ inaugural summer school reaches global audience

‘Fascinating’ inaugural summer school reaches global audience

Posted on 31 July 2022 by Becs Parker

The Wolfson Centre for Young People’s Mental Health held its first virtual summer school for students from around the world and has received positive feedback from attendees. The research centre […]

Successful first term for new public lecture series

Successful first term for new public lecture series

Posted on 11 July 2022 by Becs Parker

The Wolfson Centre for Young People’s Mental Health’s new public lecture series has been well received in its first term. The interdisciplinary research centre, focused on understanding and improving the […]

Researchers review digital technologies to support adolescents with depression and anxiety

Researchers review digital technologies to support adolescents with depression and anxiety

Posted on 13 June 2022 by Becs Parker

A review of digital mental health technologies has been undertaken by a collaborative team featuring colleagues from the Wolfson Centre for Young People’s Mental Health. Researchers from across the Division […]

Why more research is needed on ADHD in young women

Why more research is needed on ADHD in young women

Posted on 25 May 2022 by Becs Parker

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common neurodevelopmental conditions affecting young people. Studies suggest that about 1 in 20 young people have ADHD, but for every […]

Connecting back to yourself when feeling lonely

Connecting back to yourself when feeling lonely

Posted on 9 May 2022 by Becs Parker

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week and this year’s theme is loneliness. Loneliness is a feeling that everyone has sometimes but can be hard to recognise, describe and acknowledge. In this […]