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3P Study – Remote delivery of the Group Triple P parenting programme: Optimisation and a Feasibility Randomised Controlled Trial

Principal Investigators Dr Jeremy Segrott Co-investigators Professor Mike Robling, Dr Sue Channon, Dr Elinor Coulman, Dr Rebecca Playle, Dr Lauren Copeland, Professor Stavros Petrou Background… Read More »3P Study – Remote delivery of the Group Triple P parenting programme: Optimisation and a Feasibility Randomised Controlled Trial

Preventing anxiety and depression through increasing school connectedness – identifying the active ingredients of a whole school approach

Principal Investigators A joint chief investigator model: Dr. Jeremy Segrott, Dr Hayley Reed, Dr Nicholas Page Co-investigators Frances Rice, Olga Eyre, Yulia Shenderovich, Simon Murphy… Read More »Preventing anxiety and depression through increasing school connectedness – identifying the active ingredients of a whole school approach

Impacts of e-cigarette regulation via the EU Tobacco Products Directive on young people’s use of e-cigarettes : a natural experiment

Chief investigator  Professor Graham Moore Co-investigators  Dr Britt Hallingberg, Dr Linsay Gray, Ms Anne Marie MacKintosh, Professor Laurence Moore, Professor Linda Bauld, Professor Marcus Munafo, Professor Simon Murphy More information… Read More »Impacts of e-cigarette regulation via the EU Tobacco Products Directive on young people’s use of e-cigarettes : a natural experiment

Integration of health and wellbeing into the school curriculum: A mixed methods investigation of preparations for Wales-wide curriculum reform and its impacts on health and well-being

Lead Investigators Dr Sara Long; Prof Graham Moore Background Schools can have good or bad influences on young people’s health and wellbeing. They are important settings for early intervention to prevent later health and wellbeing problems.… Read More »Integration of health and wellbeing into the school curriculum: A mixed methods investigation of preparations for Wales-wide curriculum reform and its impacts on health and well-being