Professor Vicky Karkou, Director of the Research Centre for Arts and Wellbeing is featured in the Autumn 2020 edition of New Psychotherapist. Vicky writes about the project ‘Arts for the Blues’ and supporting NHS staff. The full article “‘Now, more than ever, psychotherapists need to be flexible” can be found on page 31 of the […]
One full-time PhD studentship is available, funded by the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) North West Coast and Edge Hill University. The purpose of the NIHR ARC funding is to support applied Health Care, Social Care and/or Public Health research relevant to the needs of the diverse communities served by the NIHR ARC and its […]
Deadline 1pm Friday 27th November 2020 2-stage decision process: (a) full application (b) external prioritization. Successful applicants notified by 22nd January 2021 Key criteria: An internal fund led by Edge Hill University staff only Max £20,000 for projects lasting up to 18 months (£20,000 annual fund). Named external co-applicants. Alignment with and support from one […]
The Research Centre for Arts and Wellbeing at Edge Hill University, in collaboration with the International Arts Therapies Doctoral Alliance, New York University and the World Health Organisation (WHO) are delighted to share with you presentations and panel discussion recordings from the online summit Arts and Therapies in the Time of the Pandemic. This week […]
The Health Research Institute recently supported establishment of the Respiratory Research Centre. It is featured in this week’s issue of the Primary Care Respiratory Society newsletter.
Recovery and Renewal: The future of Primary Care Research Dr Greg Irving Thursday 1st July 2021 The pandemic has posed the greatest challenge to the NHS in living memory and research played a vital role in shaping the NHS response. Primary care research played a vital role in shaping the NHS response from developing tools […]