Dr Martin Watts explains how essential mental health and wellbeing skills are being embedded into the Arts and Humanities Foundation Year curriculum.
On World Mental Health Day, Dr Kristy Howells, discusses the power of physical activity and how it can improve the mental health of children and adults.
Ahead of World Mental Health Day, Wendy Cobb, Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Education and Mary Taylor, Head of Programmes at Charity Family Links explore how Relationships and Sex Education (RSE), to be made compulsory in schools, can support the development of social connectedness with families, schools and communities.
Soumya Kanti Manna, Lecturer in Design Engineering, highlights where exoskeletons can be used to support post-stroke rehabilitation.
Academics from the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing explain the importance of raising awareness and greater understanding within our communities of dementia to help advance dementia care.
Professor Peter Vujakovic discusses The International Union for Conservation Nature’s most recent report on the status of trees in Europe.
Dr Paul Anderson analyses the constitutional impact of the UK Supreme Court ruling on the prorogation of Parliament.
Professor Susan Millns discusses the relationship between politics and law following today’s Supreme Court judgement on the prorogation of Parliament
Dr Alexander Kent reflects on the terrorist bombing of the Royal Marines School of Music at Deal in 1989 and its impact on the identity of the town.
As forest fires rage from Brazil to Indonesia, Christ Church academics from the Faculty of Education discuss what can be done from an institutional point of view.