Frequent online communication with best friends and existing friendship groups is associated with better wellbeing in young people, new research by Cardiff University has found.… Read More »Adolescent wellbeing improved by online contact with close friends
Research Assistant Safia Ouerghi feeds back on ‘Development, Evaluation, Adaptation and Implementation’, which took place in June 2022. After joining DECIPHer in September 2021, I… Read More »Safia: My take on the DECIPHer short course
PhD student Amy Simpson examines the methods we use to support and grow education research As part of a six-month internship at the Welsh Government, I conducted an evidence review titled Developing… Read More »How does DECIPHer build its research capacity?
Doctor Graham Moore looks at the social impacts of lockdown and the importance of post-pandemic strategies for society’s most vulnerable members The start of 2020… Read More »The need for equity-focused public health action and research, in the aftermath of COVID-19
DECIPHer consultation: Should Welsh parents be allowed to withdraw their children from sex education?
DECIPHer recently contributed to the debate on Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) in Welsh schools via a consultation DECIPHer regularly contributes to consultations on major… Read More »DECIPHer consultation: Should Welsh parents be allowed to withdraw their children from sex education?
Infant Feeding: How might ideas from the traditions of public health, psychology and philosophy help us to Change the Conversation
Heather Trickey DECIPHer Research Associate To time with UNICEF UK Baby Friendly’s Annual Conference, Heather Trickey has brought together a series of short articles providing new perspectives on… Read More »Infant Feeding: How might ideas from the traditions of public health, psychology and philosophy help us to Change the Conversation