Students shine at Conference

CLAHRC NWC students and staff presented their work at the 3rd International Health and Wellbeing Research with Real Impact Conference 2017 on Monday 5th June at University of Central Lancashire.

The conference addressed the theme “Think Globally, Act Locally: Health and Wellbeing across the Life Course”. 

International experts shared innovative approaches to addressing inequalities in health and wellbeing across the globe.  Examples of how global innovations are becoming a reality in our own region were showcased.

Presentations from CLAHRC NWC included:

Accelerating Delivery Of Psychological Therapies after Stroke (ADOPTS) study
Dr Emma-Joy Holland, NIHR CLAHRC NWC Senior Research Assistant

Having a say: exploring youth perspectives on health, wellbeing and connecting with local services.
Dr Sara Southall, NIHR CLAHRC NWC PhD Student

Working upstream: Examining a central idea in addressing health inequalities 
Naoimh McMahon | NIHR CLAHRC NWC Postgraduate student

Exploring distribution of referrals to a Clinical Genetics Service Phase 1
Khanyi Nhamburo, NIHR CLAHRC NWC PhD Student (pictured above with poster)

Prisoner Wellbeing – Outcomes from a Prisons Horticultural Programme
Alan Farrier



More articles     Posted on: 20 June 2017