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Improving violence victims’ mental health

11 July 2012

Cardiff experts develop new guidance to help victims.

Improving violence victims’ mental health

11 July 2012

New guidance developed by Cardiff experts to improve mental health outcomes for people affected by violence has been published by the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

British Archaeological Awards

11 July 2012

A book outlining a new dating technique for more accurately studying Neolithic Britain has been recognised at the British Archaeology Awards.

Welsh pupils alongside Chinese classmates

10 July 2012

Cardiff primary school pupils have been sitting alongside new classmates at a Chongqing School for classes of Chinese language and culture, courtesy of the University’s Confucius Institute.

Wales Doctoral Training Centre launched

10 July 2012

A University-led training centre to develop the social scientists of the future has been officially launched by the Minister for Education and Skills, Leighton Andrews AM.

Digital Journalism

10 July 2012

Cutting-edge research focusing on the changing nature of journalism in the digital age is to be brought together in a new peer-reviewed journal launched by a Cardiff professor.

Easing chronic pain

9 July 2012

GPs and primary care practitioners are being offered the chance to gain new skills to better identify and support patients in chronic pain thanks to a £250,000 University funding boost.

Speeding up Huntington’s research

6 July 2012

Human brain cells showing aspects of Huntington’s Disease have been developed, opening up new research pathways for treating the fatal disorder.

Saving a failing project

5 July 2012

Business experts have shown how a failing project can be salvaged at a recent event, run by the Professional Development Team at the Centre for Lifelong Learning.

Stonewall Success

4 July 2012

Cardiff is one of only seven universities who have achieved top marks in a Stonewall checklist for assessing how supportive universities are for lesbian, gay and bisexual prospective students.