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Working with the Evidence Synthesis Team on recurrent abdominal pain (RAP) in children

A guest blog by Dr Tamsin Newlove Delgado When I first moved into research on a clinical academic placement, I was advised to spend some time with the EST, and “get involved in a review”. Excellent advice! At the time, protocols... Continue Reading →

INSPIREing work

Morwenna and some former members of EST (Michael, Darren) recently published a systematic review and meta-analysis of non-pharmacological interventions to reduce the distress and anxiety that children and young people experience when undergoing treatments for cancer. The paper found some... Continue Reading →

A Summer Meeting with the British Association for Community Child Health

A gloriously sunny morning welcomed us to the Summer Meeting for the British Association of Community Child Health (BACCH) held at Engineer’s House in Bristol. Michael and I (Liz Shaw) had been invited to share the results from a series of... Continue Reading →

Negotiating the challenges of childhood brain injury….our baby steps #CerebraHeadAware

This week we are supporting our colleagues in PenCRU (Peninsula Cerebra Research Unit) in raising awareness of brain injury in children by joining in with #CerebraHeadAware week hosted by UK charity Cerebra. As a research team we have worked with... Continue Reading →

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