Professor's scheme stems the rise of far-right beliefs

This story published on Friday 21 March 2014
The Think Project, co-written by Huddersfield’s Professor Paul Thomas, is unveiled at the House of Commons


A new approach to sickness absence – the telephone

This story published on Friday 21 March 2014
Researchers show that telephonic support is a key component in helping more people return to work from sick leave


Research endorses decision to fund Offenders’ Families Helpline

This story published on Thursday 20 March 2014
Hudds research demonstrates the success of the Offenders’ Families Helpline as the only means of family members contacting loved ones in prison


Disabled people with Learning Disabilities and Civil Society

This story published on Friday 14 March 2014
Postgraduate Research Forum seminar forms precursor to British Sociological Association conference with wide-ranging themes


New Director for FEGReG

This story published on Thursday 13 March 2014
The Financial Ethics and Governance Group (FEGReG), based at the University of Huddersfield Business School, has a new director, Professor Collins Ntim.


Three student nurses selected for Nursing Times awards

This story published on Wednesday 12 March 2014
Winners announced at 1 May ceremony


A Focus on Family Support: An Evening of Celebration

This story published on Tuesday 11 March 2014
A celebratory evening was held on Wednesday 7 March 2014, as part of the IRCAHS 2013/14 Public Lecture Series. Entitled ‘Focus on Family Support’, the evening comprised of three short lectures focusing on the importance of family focused support, whilst celebrating the work of the Nationwide Children’s Research Centre (NCRC).


Sustainable supply chains

This story published on Wednesday 5 March 2014
New professor looks at the risks to the supply chain from extremes of climate to economic upheaval and political unrest


Verbal and physical aggression towards NHS staff on the increase

This story published on Tuesday 4 March 2014
Hudds researchers call for major ‘de-escalation’ survey


‘Lean thinking’ – the way to improving the NHS for patients

This story published on Tuesday 4 March 2014
Professor applies Toyota’s ‘lean thinking’ system to NHS


Findings of the COPING Project presented to Askham Grange prison

This story published on Tuesday 4 March 2014
Senior Lecturer within the Department of Social Work, Ben Raikes and Martin Manby, Director of the Nationwide Children's Research Centre, were key note speakers at conference ‘Children and Families Coping with Custody’, held on 26 February at Askham Grange women’s prison.


Gender and Sexuality Research – Compulsory Sexuality seminar

This story published on Tuesday 4 March 2014
Gender and sexuality network, sexgen, launches in Huddersfield


ABC syringe wins the World Design Impact Prize 2014

This story published on Monday 3 March 2014
International recognition for the Reader’s design which has the potential to save thousands of lives


Nationwide Children’s Research Centre remembered at special event

This story published on Thursday 27 February 2014
Research projects dealing with child welfare issues to be highlighted at celebratory evening


Supporting young people out of work and education

This story published on Thursday 27 February 2014
A team of researchers at the University of Huddersfield’s School of Education and Professional Development has spent over five years researching the experiences and needs of marginalised young people, including those classified as not in education, employment or training (NEET).


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