Tagged: Wellbeing

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New Publication for Dan Parnell – Football and Physical Health: What Do We Know?

  Congratulations to Dan Parnell on his new publication:   Football and Physical Health: What Do We Know? Daniel Parnell, Ed Cope, Richard Bailey, Peter Krustrup and Kathryn Curran Sport in Society ISSN: 1743-0437...

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Congratulations to Professor Stephen Whittle on his recent publication

  Congratulations to Stephen Whittle who is a co-author on a paper entitled ‘Transgender People: Health at the Margins of Society’, which has just been published in The Lancet.  More details can be found...

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2nd Sports Volunteering Conference at Manchester Metropolitan University

  May 4th saw the Sport Knowledge Cluster with external sponsor ‘Volunteer Kinetic’ hosting the 2nd Sports Volunteering Conference at Manchester Metropolitan University.  The event attracted over 70 delegates from National Governing Bodies, Local Authorities,...

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What Makes a Good Day At Work?

The Work Psychology Cluster is once again please to host the Association for Business Psychology.  Join them on the 9th of June (6-8pm in room 3.01 of the Business School) to hear Paula Brockwell...

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Evaluation: Ageing Well Torbay

  Torbay Community Development Trust are seeking research on the following issue: The project is for the ongoing evaluation of the Ageing Well Torbay programme, which is a 6 year National Lottery Programme to...

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GM AHSN Technology Innovation Challenge

    (GM AHSN) are now accepting applications for their Assistive Technology call ‘Reducing Social Isolation to Support Recovery, Health and Wellbeing’. Interest and priority will be given to devices that: Reduce social isolation...

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Entrepreneurship, Wellbeing and Innovation Seminar

  Dr Robert Lee hosted this half-day interactive seminar which attracted both academics and owner-managers.  Dr Lee and Professor Heinz Tuselmann presented new findings from a recently completed British Academy funded project Entrepreneurship, Wellbeing...

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Celebrating University-Wide ESRC Success

Staff from across the University are celebrating after almost 1,500 people attended events run by researchers as part of the first Manchester strand of the ESRC Festival of Social Science. Sam Gray, Impact and...

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Scrutinising the Law on Female Genital Mutilation

  New Laws on Female Genital Mutilation mark a step-change in British legal responses to the abusive procedure, according to a legal expert from Manchester Law School. Lecturer Dr Kate Cook will be presenting...