The latest issue of the Noclor Research Newsletter is now online. The spring edition features the latest research news from London and beyond.
We review the first of a series of Noclor health conversations with Sir Harry Burns, a leading expert on the links between between social deprivation, poverty and ill-health, addressing the question: What causes wellness?
We also take a look at a UK-wide project to identify the early warning signs of dementia in mid-life, showcase some of the leading mental health research studies in the North Thames region, and bring the latest on a ground-breaking trial offering effective treatment and psychological support to older victims of crime.
Fiona Nolan, Camden and Islington Foundation Trust’s deputy director of nursing and research, puts the case for nurses to play a greater role in research from the UK to Mongolia, and we report on some of the developments in support for new and expectant mothers – a pioneering test for Down’s Syndrome, and funding for perinatal mental health care.