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Striding forward for youth mental health webinar

13 September 2021

Researchers from the Wolfson Centre for Young People’s Mental Health took part in the Centre’s inaugural webinar to mark Youth Mental Health Day.

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Meet the researcher: Dr Rebecca Anthony

24 August 2021

A researcher has joined the Wolfson Centre for Young People’s Mental Health, working in partnership with the DECIPHer Centre at Cardiff University.

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Online event to mark Youth Mental Health Day

17 August 2021

The Wolfson Centre for Young People's Mental Health is holding an online webinar to celebrate Youth Mental Health Day this September.

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Study examines adverse childhood experiences and children's mental health

13 August 2021

Researchers from Cardiff and Swansea University have undertaken work to examine the relationship between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and their impact on mental health problems in children.

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Recruitment begins for new youth advisory group

9 August 2021

The Wolfson Centre for Young People’s Mental Health is inviting young people to form a new youth advisory group.

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Inaugural meeting of Wolfson Centre's new advisory board

15 July 2021

The first meeting of the Wolfson Centre’s Implementation and Engagement advisory board took place this month.

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Meet the researcher: Dr Chris Eaton

21 June 2021

The Wolfson Centre has welcomed a new research associate, who will work across the Centre and Welsh Government.

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Wellbeing measure appropriate to use with children in care

2 June 2021

Young people in care are reporting lower mental wellbeing than their peers.

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Waterloo Foundation Annual Conference an online success

19 May 2021

This year's conference gave a valuable insight into the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of young people.