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Nino is a member of our Young People’s Advisory Group (YPAG), who’s been involved with ...

A Bristol BRC researcher and his project are being considered for the British Heart Foundation ...

Majority of countries see no increase in suicide rates during first months of COVID-19 pandemic

8 August 2022

Overall suicide rates did not increase in the majority of ...

COVID-19 pandemic reduced number of people using health services after self-harming, systematic review suggests

3 August 2022

The number of people presenting to health services after self-harming ...

Landmark study shows consistent approaches to surgical innovation are urgently needed

3 August 2022

A consistent approach to NHS policies on surgical innovation is ...

Improving shared decision making and informed consent for surgical innovation – stakeholder workshop

27 July 2022

National stakeholders got together on 4 July 2022 at a ...

Award win for video about social media and young people’s mental health

27 July 2022

A video created by Lizzy Winstone and members of ARC ...

Concerns about effects of fertility treatment on children’s development are unwarranted, large study suggests

27 July 2022

Differences in the growth, weight, and body fat levels of ...

Developing good practice indicators to help mental health professionals talk to young people about their life online

21 July 2022

Good practice indicators guiding mental health professionals on how to engage young people in conversations ...

Pfizer-BioNTech and AstraZeneca vaccines offer high protection against severe COVID-19, 6 months after second doses, finds study of over 7 million adults

21 July 2022

Protection against severe COVID-19 by two doses of Pfizer-BioNTech and AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines remained high ...

People from low socioeconomic backgrounds could reduce chronic kidney disease risk with regular exercise, study suggests

13 July 2022

New research has found people from lower socioeconomic backgrounds who regularly exercise could substantially reduce ...

First in human study to assess knee cartilage repair implant launches at Southmead Hospital

13 July 2022

A new first in human study to assess the safety and performance of FibroFix Cartilage ...

Knee replacement surgery decreased after NHS policies on patient’s weight were introduced, worsening health inequalities, study finds

30 June 2022

New research has found that weight/body mass index (BMI) policies introduced by NHS commissioning groups ...

Building community leadership in health research with under-served communities

21 June 2022

A new project to build community leadership among communities that are often under-represented in health ...

Hard Evidence goes on tour and secures evaluation funding

16 June 2022

Hard Evidence, a performance piece about two women affected by domestic abuse, their journey of ...