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Health - Social Sciences - 29.06.2022
Music in Mind Remote study
The NIHR School for Social Care Research (SSCR) has awarded researchers at The University of Manchester, Manchester Camerata , and the Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust an 18-mont

Politics - Social Sciences - 29.06.2022

Politics - Social Sciences - 29.06.2022
Guest articles on peace and conflict research
Guest articles on peace and conflict research
The "Münster International Peace Research Initiative" (mipri) strengthens the University and the city of Münster as a location for peace and conflict research.

Social Sciences - 28.06.2022
BASF to catalyse passion for science amongst primary school children in Western Australia with two BASF Kids’ Lab events
BASF, the world's leading chemical company, will once again partner with Curtin University to ignite interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) subjects amongst primary school students from Year 4 - 6 from WA with the latest edition of the popular BASF Kids' Lab program.

Music - Social Sciences - 28.06.2022
Party hard but party safe at the Montreux Jazz Festival
Party hard but party safe at the Montreux Jazz Festival
An EPFL PhD candidate in urban sociology spent four years working at the Montreux Jazz Festival in order to gain insights into how safety and security are managed, both within and around this world-famous event.

Social Sciences - Health - 27.06.2022
Trial of new treatment to prevent prisoner suicide launches
Trial of new treatment to prevent prisoner suicide launches
A new talking therapy for men in prison who struggle with suicidal thoughts and feelings is being launched in the UK. The team of clinicians, academics, researchers, service users and carers will study the effects of Cognitive Behavioural Suicide Prevention therapy within prisons. Suicide is the leading cause of preventable death in prisons in England and Wales with 86 prisoner deaths and 52,000 episodes of self-injury in 2021 alone, leaving prisoners five times more likely to take their own lives than the general population.

Economics / Business - Social Sciences - 27.06.2022

Health - Social Sciences - 27.06.2022
Johns Hopkins deans respond to historic decision that overturned ’Roe’
Deans from the schools of Public Health, Medicine, and Nursing affirm commitments to women's reproductive health and evidence-based care and education Deans from Johns Hopkins University's schools of

Social Sciences - Health - 27.06.2022

Health - Social Sciences - 24.06.2022
Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade: U-M experts available to discuss
EXPERTS ADVISORY Siobán Harlow is a professor emerita of epidemiology and global public health, and obstetrics and gynecology.

Health - Social Sciences - 23.06.2022
Know the signs of heat stroke and exhaustion
Know the signs of heat stroke and exhaustion
As temperatures rise, so does the risk of serious illness. UCLA doctors tell you how to protect yourself and your loved ones As temperatures rise, so does the risk of serious illness.

Social Sciences - 23.06.2022

Social Sciences - 22.06.2022
Opinion: Celibacy - its surprising evolutionary advantages
Opinion: Celibacy - its surprising evolutionary advantages
Writing in The Conversation, Professor Ruth Mace and Dr Alberto Micheletti explore the economic and reproductive reasons for Tibetan families sending one of their sons to a nearby monastery to become a lifelong, celibate monk.

Social Sciences - Architecture - 22.06.2022

Economics / Business - Social Sciences - 22.06.2022
How we're addressing modern slavery
How we’re addressing modern slavery
The University of Sydney has released its second Modern Slavery Statement as required under the Modern Slavery Act - outlining our commitment to human rights, strategy to address modern slavery and drive collaboration to make change, and actions taken to date.

Economics / Business - Social Sciences - 21.06.2022

Social Sciences - 21.06.2022

Health - Social Sciences - 21.06.2022
If Roe falls
Anticipating a ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court that could overturn laws protecting abortion rights, Johns Hopkins experts discuss a potential future without these safeguards W omen a

Health - Social Sciences - 21.06.2022
U.S. infertility rate plateaus
The plateau shows disparities for women of color and for women with less access to health care, highlighting the need for continued work in public health services During recent decades, the rate of infertility among women in the United States has remained largely the same, according to researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Social Sciences - 20.06.2022
Q and A with the experts: Reclaiming Indigenous histories
Waterloo historian and anthropologist answers questions about the recovery and regeneration of Indigenous artifacts By During National Indigenous History Month and as we celebrate National Indigenous

Social Sciences - Event - 20.06.2022
’I never knew there were people like me at university’
Surveys of participants in the -Native Schools- project show that knowledge communication may be a key to overcoming social injustice, inequality and exclusion. In particular, direct interactions between researchers and disadvantaged groups have the potential to increase knowledge about and enthusiasm for research in all parts of society.

Social Sciences - Economics / Business - 20.06.2022

Innovation - Social Sciences - 20.06.2022
Empowering youth innovators across the world
Monash researchers have partnered with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) Innovation team to design, implement and deliver Limitless - a year-long programme funded by World Health Organisation, aiming to drive youth innovation around addressing COVID-19. IFRC is the world's largest humanitarian network, supporting the national Red Cross and Red Crescent (RCRC) societies and their over 14 million volunteers in 192 countries across the world.

Social Sciences - 17.06.2022

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 17.06.2022
Quality of father-child relationships just as important as mom’s connection
As we approach Father's Day-it's this Sunday and something other than a tie or socks as a gift would be appreciated-their roles as parents have shifted to become more involved in raising their children.

Health - Social Sciences - 16.06.2022
New Pediatric Obesity Program Makes Treatment More Accessible
UC San Diego clinical trial finds Guided Self-Help program effective in treating pediatric obesity and improving attendance rates Pediatric obesity remains a serious health problem in the United States, where one in five children are affected. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force now recommends that pediatricians screen for obesity during primary care visits and refer families to behavioral intervention programs.

Social Sciences - 16.06.2022
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