Edge Hill suicide prevention work recognised by Health Select Committee Two mental health projects ran by Edge Hill University and Everton in the Community have been highlighted in a Health Select Committee paper, published today. The publication ‘Suicide Prevention’ suggests that the Government’s suicide prevention strategy needs greater focus on implementation, and identifies projects including […]
High profile figures from the world of sport and mental health will visit Edge Hill University this week to celebrate University Mental Health Day 2017.
Everton FC star Leighton Baines has backed innovative children’s mental health project Tackling the Blues, a joint initiative between Edge Hill University and Everton in the Community.
Research conducted by three UK universities shows that 60% of football referees questioned experience abuse every couple of games with one in five facing physical abuse.
New research from Edge Hill University shows that exercising at moderate intensity improves the accuracy of a person’s short-term memory.
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Dedicated Sport, Physical Activity and Mental Health student Jack Mullineux has already managed to secure his dream job after completing his Masters and graduating from Edge Hill University today.
Former Edge Hill University student Alison Welsh has received the New Investigator Award from the 6th Annual Conference of the British Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation.
Edge Hill University in partnership with Everton in the Community are set to launch the Pat Van Den Hauwe Walking Football League
Sports Development student Michael Cartmell who overcame serious brain injury awarded a Chancellor’s Scholarship