The Community Learning Mental Health (CLMH) research project aimed to identify the potential for adult and community learning courses to help people develop the tools, strategies and resilience to manage, and aid recovery from, mild to moderate mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression. This project was designed to build on the existing evidence base supporting the impact of adult and community learning on mental health and wellbeing.
Sixty-two research sites, run by adult learning providers across England were selected to develop and deliver short, part-time courses for adults experiencing mild to moderate mental health problems. The project had two phases, and this evaluation focussed on phase two, which took place from September 2016 to August 2017.
Future data-driven technologies and the implications for use of patient data
Public dialogue on behalf of the Academy of Medical Sciences sought the views of the public, patients, and healthcare professionals on the future use of data-driven technologies in healthcare and the implications for use of patient data.
Oncology: The Disease, The Dynamics & The Complexities (2018)
Cancer is one term that encompasses many different diseases. There is no one cause of cancer, nor is there a single treatment protocol. Incidence and prevalence rates differ globally, treatment is managed by numerous physician specialties and our ever-evolving understanding of the disease makes it challenging to remain current…