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The Centre for Innovative Research Across the Life Course (CIRAL), was launched in September 2014, bringing together four groups of researchers with the aim of catalysing exciting and novel approaches to developing and harnessing new technologies.
Staffed by a multi-professional team of 30 academics, 22 doctoral researchers and several research associates, our vision is to identify solutions to improve health and wellbeing across the lifespan.
The Centre's mission is to conduct research that will empower children, young people, adults, their families and healthcare providers in disease prevention, management of health and independent living. Our strategic goals are:
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CTEHR are delighted to announce that Dr. Geraldine Brady has been awarded a readership in Sociology of Childhood and Youth.
The Centre for Communities and Social Justice's Dr Geraldine Brady launched the book 'Children, health and wellbeing: policy debates and lived experience' at the Children, health and well-being symposium at Linkoping University, Sweden.
A mixed methods approach was used to obtain both qualitative feedback from interviews, forums and survey free text responses and quantitative information from usability surveys and quality of life, mental health and wellbeing outcome data.
Through the Eyes of Children, Young People and Families - An evaluation of the Model of Care Delivered by WellChild Nurses.
Early Cancer Detection Consortium - Systematic Reviews to Underpin the Development of a Generic Blood Test for Cancer