Parents in Wales who turn to the family courts to resolve private disputes over child arrangements following family separation are more likely to live in deprived areas, new research has shown, with the highest rates of court order applications from people living in Swansea and South West Wales.
So here we are, after months of debate, the day has dawned on the launch of a contact tracing app for England and Wales. The question remains whether it’ll make a difference. Apart from other considerations, for it to work most effectively it needs a high proportion of people to use it. Prof. Kerina Jones…
Leading experts appeal for an energetic and sustained response to childhood trauma during and beyond the pandemic
Today, a new and independent expert body, the UK Trauma Council (UKTC), launches with an appeal for an energetic and sustained response to childhood trauma. Its launch is timely, in light of increasing evidence of the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown on child mental health.
The leading Population Data Science journal further expands its growing credentials with its inclusion in PubMed Central. The International Journal of Population Data Science (IJPDS) is proud to announce their inclusion in PubMed Central.
Researchers at the National Centre for Population Health & Wellbeing Research, funded by Welsh Government through Health and Care Research Wales, have launched a study to help inform how to improve health, education and wellbeing for all children in Wales.
Initial findings from a UK community-based COVID-19 study show that people with MS have no higher risk of contracting COVID-19 than the general population, during the early phase of the pandemic when strict precautions were taken.
The International Journal of Population Data Science (IJPDS) is proud to announce their inclusion in Scopus, ‘The largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature.’
As schools reopen, a survey of primary school staff in Wales shows that they support children going back to their classes, for the sake of their education and social development, but that they also have real concerns.
To make better policies for the people of Wales we need to understand more about how, and why our geography affects us and this has never been more so than during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A team from Population Data Science at Swansea University, the University of Liverpool and the Cystic Fibrosis Trust spoke to us about their recent collaborative paper.