Implementation of Redthread’s hospital-based Youth Violence Intervention Programme in the Midlands to care for young people affected by violence
This project will support young people who attend hospital because of a violence-related injury in Nottingham and Birmingham, and aims to empower young people to lead healthy, productive lives away from cycles of violence and criminality.
This project is a quantitative analysis of available data to map the social determinants of health in today’s young people and assess their influence on future health trajectories.
Person-centred care for children with asthma using non-health care community resources: The SCORE Programme
This project aims to empower children with asthma to understand their condition, self-manage it and participate in physical activities.
This project is aiming to stimulate language learning for children with delayed language development who have limited access to local speech and language therapy services.
An engagement exercise with young people to understand their perceptions and experiences of the foundations of a healthy life
CLAHRC Child Health project led by a team at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London, funded by NIHR-CLAHRC. Research among London secondary school children has highlighted a clear problem with asthma control and medicine adherence. This proje...
This project introduced a structured learning programme to teach core diabetes knowledge to children with type 1 diabetes and their families, empowering them to self-manage their condition.
North west England
This project aimed to help improve the physical and mental health of sleep-deprived families.
This project tested an early warning tool as part of home monitoring of infants with complex congenital heart disease.
Celebrating Difference: Improving psychological wellbeing in children and young people living with chronic physical illness
This project used a group intervention combining narrative therapy and therapeutic play to promote the psychological wellbeing of children and young people living with chronic physical illness and their carers.