News tagged with: primary-care
Report shows progress of UK airports in helping people with hidden disabilities
Ian Sherriff welcomes a new Civil Aviation Authority report, as it looks to support people with disabilities such as dementia, autism and hearing loss.
Routes to Wellness: New project to support the mental health of people affected by displacement
An important new study involving the University of Plymouth is set to support the mental health of refugees.
Research investigates how to reduce male violence against women and girls
The University of Plymouth is working with a number of partners in Plymouth to investigate how to reduce male violence against women and girls.
Study explores links between people taking multiple medications and dementia
New research led by the University of Plymouth shows that people with dementia are likely to have taken more than three medications for other health conditions in the five years directly before their diagnosis
University awarded funding to support health research in Plymouth
The University of Plymouth has been awarded funding to support health research with partners across the city into factors that create inequalities.
Why physical activity matters now more than ever
Professor of Health Service Research, Adrian Taylor, discusses motivation, exercise schemes, and the future impact on the NHS.
New partnership to improve education on Loot boxes
News at the University of Plymouth: The University is working with the Young Gamers and Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM) to develop educational materials.
Helping people with Parkinson’s manage non-motor symptoms at home
A comprehensive digital system, called NMS Assist, will help people monitor symptoms such as insomnia, bladder issues and depression.
New method to help GPs manage patients with multiple health conditions
The SHERPA model could be an effective tool for GP trainees, new research shows.
University supports Plymouth’s Dementia Action Week
Organisations across Plymouth are holding local events to encourage more people in the city to become dementia friends
Using green social prescribing to prevent and tackle mental ill health
Researchers are investigating whether prescribing nature can help prevent and tackle mental ill health.
Could physical activity help minimise drug and alcohol use?
Future studies are being planned to highlight the role of physical activity in helping to reduce drug and alcohol consumption