This list is used by the Anthropologies of African Biosciences Research Group to circulate contributions to their forum
The Anglo-American Health Policy Network serves as a forum for health scholars and policy makers to share information relating to health policy developments in the UK and the US.
The list is of relevance to all trainees and professionals involved in emergency medicine including undergraduates and postgraduate practitioners. It seeks to promote and foster academic research in the world of emergency medicine.
This discussion list is for the Clinical Practice working group of the Association for Clinical Biochemistry - the learned society of the profession which supports the educational, scientific and research interests of clinical biochemists and chemical pathologists in the UK.
The Association of Clinical Biochemists links together clinical academic, scientific and NHS staff in the fields of diagnostic testing. This list is dedicated to Point-of-Care testing. This is a growing area of interest drawing together practitioners and scientists as new technologies are transferred from bench to the bedside. The Technology Strategy Board is pushing this area as one strand of its Stratified Medicine Portfolio.
This list is for general information on all matters of relevance to acupuncture research in the UK and beyond. Participation is invited from anybody with an interest in acupuncture research - researchers, educators and post-graduate workers.
A restricted discussion list for providers of drug and/or alcohol misuse courses, mainly within the HE and FE sector.
For the exchange of information & advice between HE health care administrators: student; research; NHS contracting (incl monitoring); other funding; HESA returns; quality assessment; CATS; validation; credit-rating; placements; professional/statutory (incl relationships with ENB, CPSM etc)issues etc.
admin-medical is a list open to all administrators involved in Medical education and research, particularly those with responsibility for Medical or Health care Schools and Faculties. The list is designed to facilitate the exchange of news, information, and advice between users.
The discussion list has developed in response to the growing concern around abuse, neglect and exploitation of vulnerable adults. The response has been encapsulated in the No Secrets: Guidance on developing and implementing multi-agency policies and procedures to protect vulnerable adults Framework, announced in 2000.
This is a list for our Experts who are the advisory group on the Self Managed by Assitive Rehabitation Telecare Technologies 2 project Sublist of SMART 2
This is the mailing list of the ESA Research Network on Ageing in Europe. The Ageing in Europe mailing list is used for researchers in the field of ageing. Purposes include sharing information on conferences and publications; exchanging ideas relevant to research on ageing; making contact with potential collaborators on new research initiatives.
This list is to facilitate communications - about research and conferences etc. - between members of the British Sociological Association study group 'Ageing, Body and Society'
A discussion list for researchers, lecturers and practitioners with an interest in alcohol misuse. This list is intended primarily for the UK alcohol information and treatment community.
The purpose of this group is to allow persons with an interest in evidence-based health care on the Island of Ireland to informally share, discuss and disseminate information related to The Cochrane Collaboration and The Cochrane Library.
This list brings together all scientists in the north east of Scotland who are interested in the analysis of microarray data
This list allows academics and clinicians to share methods and ideas relating to outcome measurement and evaluation for individual cases. Quantitative and qualitative approaches to evaluation are wecomed. Subscribers are encouraged to share ideas for practice and post questions which they would value feedback / discussion.
Academic Registrar's Council - Subjects Allied to Medicine group
The Base-libraries list exists to facilitate discussion between the health libraries in Birmingham, the Black Country and Solihull.
The list aims to circulate information on seminars, events and opportunities among behavioural and experimental researchers in the (broadly defined) London area. It also aims to promote the organisation of joint events to share ideas and build collaborative networks in the area of behavioural and experimental social sciences.
A list for researchers, practitioners and educationalists involved with the bereavement care process.
The British Feeding and Drinking Group meets annually to present research on all aspects of ingestive behaviour, focusing on psychological and physiolological issues related to feeding and drinking in humans and in animal models. The BFDG list is open to interested non-members world-wide on request.
To encourage open & interactive discussion between trainees (eg. lecturers, research fellows, specialist & senior registrars) & trainers (eg. Professors, senior lecturers, consultants, postgraduate advisors) in issues related to training, research & new developments in Geriatric Medicine.
A mailing list for anyone interested in the links between reading fiction and non-fiction and health. Bibliotherapy, including Books on Prescription, reading groups, self-help etc.
Used by researchers and teachers using BNIM to explore questions of method and support each other's work.
The Birkbeck Pain Project is a two-year pilot project funded by the Wellcome Trust. Itsets out to advance our understanding between corporeality and culture by exploring thecomplex biomedical, neurological, psychological, cognitive, and sensory aspects of the body in pain.Our approach is both historical (1760s to the 1960s) and transcultural. We are analysingnarratives of pain from diverse communities, including those whose voices were seldomheard. These include slave populations, prisoners, the poor, immigrant and religiousgroups, and children.This list aims to bring together scholars working in pain studies from any discipline,particularly in the arts, humanities and social sciences. It is intended to provide anonline forum that encourages members to share ideas and knowledge, and where details ofconferences, seminars and new publications can be posted.
This list is for people involved or interested in the collection, compilation and use of routine statistics about pregnancy, childbirth, newborn babies, the care given to women and babies and the socio-economic circumstances of parents and their children.
A list to facilitate the discussion and sharing of ideas, information and documents for the BLF Development Group
Clinicians and scientists who are interested in all aspects of neurosurgical research
This list serves as a forum for those interested in applications of the findings of behavioural economics and psychology to all aspects of public and private decision making. The list moderator is Adam Oliver, of the London School of Economics.
This is the mailing list of the British Sociological Association Alcohol Study Group. The purpose of the Group is to look sociologically at the meaning of alcohol use in society.
The North East Medical Sociology group was established to bring together individuals with an interest in the critical sociology of health, and enhance the profile of medical sociology in the region. This list exists to share news and information relating to the group or medical sociology more widely, to promote group discussion and collaborative working, and to attract new group members.
A list to facilitate the sharing of information about University/NHS/ Health Authority funding interaction and issues
A meeting place for academics and others involved in organising and researching science engagement activities.
This is a dedicated mailing list for CAMHS professionals to enable them to discuss issues, exchange information, gain and provide support to peers, problem solve etc in order to develop culturally competent CAMHS services.
List for researchers involved in evaluating the new initiative from the DofH to fund services for children with mental health problems.
List for obtaining information from stakeholders for the care questions study.
Provides a forum for critical researchers to debate caregiving issues, provides a link between the voluntary sector and academia, and to advertise caregiving events, publications, and projects.
A place for researchers, carers, service users, third sector organisations, practitioners and policy makers to share and exchange information on the evidence base for carer services, research and policy
List for those involved in development, evaluation and research of caseload midwifery.
UK Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group (CCLG) - Patient Advocacy Committee Mailing List
Temporary discussion list for development of CFSME audit and service costing tools
List for everyone involved with or interested in the CGAT project.
A list to allow people to contact the CGAT project administrators.
Mailing list for all current CGAT users to send out important information about the project.
For discussion of matters relating to the establishment of an international network to support child health practitioners. This list is being established as part of a feasibility study. All interested parties are urged to join. Members from developing countries are particularly welcome.
This list is used by the child studies and early years courses to share information and resources and support the child studies network.
The list will allow members to post information, intelligence and advice about Health Informatics Research and Development proposal, projects and initatives.
Mailing list for the users of CLAHRC Web Reporting Tool. These are mainly Imperial College and NHS researchers who have received funding from CLAHRC Nortwest London initiative. To be used for occasional announcements - 1-2 per week.
This list it here to aid the sharing of best practise amongst clinical technologists and clinical engineers within the UK.
Group covering the following regions: - Northumberland, Tyne and Wear - Cumbria and Lancashire - Co Durham and Tees Valley - West Yorkshire - Northern Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Group for those working in research management in joint University and NHS offices in the five regions.
CLS use this list to provide updates on cohort study workshops and events, enhancements and additions to the data, and to promote discussions among researchers and policy makers. It covers the National Child Development Study, the 1970 British Cohort Study and the Millennium Cohort Study.
This list exists to support discussion, debate, and the sharing of news and development activities related to the education and training of community mental health nurses in the UK.
Members who are from the allied health professions.
Welcome to the Community Health Workers' Internet Forum, an online group for Health Visitors, District Nurses and Support Nurses with an interest or involvement in the practice, research, development or theory of Community Health.
This list covers the evaluation of the effects and claims of the main complementary medical therapies. The main topics will be the design and interpretation of clinical trials and supporting background scientific research. Anecdotal reports are appropriate if they can lead to testable claims.
Complexity and chaos theories applied to primary medical and social care - a list for researchers and other interested parties. Keywords: complexity, chaos, primary care
This discussion list aims to provide a virtual community of practice in bringing the topics of community engagement and peer support together, and in identifying and discussing their potential contribution to health literacy. The list will facilitate collaboration with people who are experts in engaging communities and with community experts - key informants - with experience in promoting health literacy, to find out what works for different types of people in different situations. List participants will contribute to development of a model of community-based peer support that successfully promotes health literacy across different types of people in different settings.
News letter for The '& 128;Cost of Living'& 128;. A blog for all people interested in the politics, economics and sociology of health and health care.
The purpose of the list is to consult forum members about the module review process in the first instance. Then to make proposals for new modules wanted by staff
This list is used by CRD to co-ordinate Public Health Service research
This list is used by the collaborate in the CROMIS-2 study to provide regular study updates, such as recruitment totals and Ethics amendment notifications. This list will also be used to make announcements about up and coming meetings, talks and publications relevant to stroke.
List for those interested in clinical systems improvement, including the use of lean and six sigma in the NHS.
This list is used by successful recipients of rounds 1 - 5 of the HEFCE "New Blood" Senior Clinical Lecturer scheme to improve communication and allow for sharing information, programmes and services
This list provides an electronic discussion forum and information resource.
This mail list is for project members from the JISC DEL projects in Southern England to support the planning for a major dissemination event in London 2006.
This list is used by the organisers of the Design 4 Health European conference 2011 and beyond to communicate with contributors and participants. This conference is open to researchers and practitioners in design and health. <HTML> This list is used by the organisers of the <strong>Design 4 Health European conference 2011</strong> and beyond to communicate with contributors and participants. This conference is open to researchers and practitioners in <strong>design</strong> and <strong>health and wellbeing</strong>. </HTML>
This list will provide relevant announcements to all postgraduates and Stage two trainees within Scotland. This will include jobs and funding opportunities as well as relevant training days and conferences. The list can also be used by Health Psychology postgraduates and trainees to network and ask others in the Health Psychology community in Scotland for advice. This list is run by the postgraduate representatives from the Division of Health Psychology-Scotland committee.
This list is for the research team members and collaborators working on the research project called "The Diabetes App Challenge". This project, funded by Diabetes UK, aims to develop and evaluate an app to support young people with diabetes.
This list provides a forum for people to explore issues relating to the spirituality and theology of disability. It is aimed at people with disabilities, practitioners and researchers with an interest in this area.
Among the many groups affected by UK welfare reform and benefit cuts, sick and disabled people can arguably lay claim to being â& 128;the hardest hitâ& 128;. Specific policies (including the introduction of Employment and Support Allowance, Personal Independence Payments, the Work Programme and Universal Credit), the narrative about supporting only the âgenuinely disabledâ& 128;, and wider austerity measures will all have major impacts on the lives of disabled people. Against this context, it is critically important to engage with empirical research that helps explore the likely consequences of this ongoing reform programme. This group is for those interested in these debates, building from a Social Policy Association-funded event in Sep 2012.
This list provides a forum for those with an interest in disability and mental health issues in the former Socialist countries of Eastern Europe and Central Asia. It is intended to bring together a range of user groups, including academics, students, representatives of governments and NGOs, independent consultants, and activists.
This list will provide a forum for researchers seeking to understand the social, spatial and environmental barriers experienced by children and young people with disabilities.
A forum for knowledge exchange and networking between researchers from any discipline who wish to advance understanding of disability issues in a disaster or crisis context.
Disability was endemic to industrial society with a high incidence of accidents and injuries. This discussion group is concerned with how industrialization shaped conceptions and experiences of disability and how the narratives of disability (historical, literary, journalistic etc) are represented.
This group, based at the University of Sheffield, aims to support existing research in the area of dis/ability studies, disseminate research findings and investigate new areas of investigation and collaboration, both nationally and internationally. We welcome academics from across the disciplines as well as research users, policy makers, research participants, and others interested in contributing to this dynamic and growing field.
- The Disaster Resilience list aims to develop knowledge and understanding of the complex term, resilience; and to identify the key dimensions of resilience across a range of disciplines and domains. - The creation of this list is linked to the FP7 project, emBRACE: Building Resilience Amongst Communities in Europe www.embrace-eu.org - emBRACE is jointly co-ordinated by Prof Debby Sapir (Universite Catholique De Louvain) and Dr Maureen Fordham (Northumbria University) - This DISASTER-RESILIENCE discussion list was launched on 13 October 2011, International Day for Disaster Reduction http://www.unisdr.org/2011/iddr/. The List is managed by Maureen Fordham, John Twigg and Hugh Deeming - The emBRACE project has received funding from the European Communitys Seventh Framework Programme FP7/2007-2013 under grant agreement n° 283201. The European Community is not liable for any use that may be made of the information shared on this list.
A U.K. based list to bring together ideas and views from the wide community of district nurses. The list will encourage sharing of research findings, relevant conferences and the impact of policy upon the role of the district nurse. Research and educational opportunities are fundamental to the practice of district nursing. The list will be of great value to practitioners and educationalists.
This list provides a discussion forum and information resource for those undertaking research in drug misuse. It can be used to anounce seminars etc. and to promote links between researchers.
The Dyslexia mail group is for the discussion of issues of particular concern to dyslexic people. Particular attention will be given to computer tools which dyslexics find to be useful.
This list is used by staff at ScHARR to deliver e-learning courses to healthcare librarians and information professionals under the Folio Project.
This forum aims to provide the medium for educationalists and practitioners involved in health and social care to share developments in e-learning.
The list is primarily for researchers, educators and practitioners in occupational health psychology that, at present, is primarily UK orientated.
E-mail discussion forum for the east Anglia Nurse Research Network, providing discussion, debate and information for Nurses involved with research in East Anglia.
The Eating Disorders Special Interest Group of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Interests include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, atypical eating disorders
The European Health Economics Workshops focus on microeconomic models in health economics, with a strong focus on industrial organisation. They provide a forum for the development, critical appraisal and dissemination of methodological work in health economics.
The European Health Policy Group is organised by a Steering Committee made up of John Appleby, Anna Dixon, Zeynep Or and Jan Kees Helderman. The objective of the group is to provide a forum for health policy analysts, political scientists, economists and policy makers to discuss the structure of, and changes to, health care systems. The EHPG also meets twice a year in autumn and spring at which research papers are discussed from a comparative and multi disciplinary perspective. Autumn meetings are held in London and are now hosted by The King's Fund. Spring meetings are held in another European location and hosted by a national organisation.
A list to discuss and support the development of a National Radiotherapy Dataset with reference to issues specific to users of Impac software. Sub-list of radiotherapydataset
A forum for EMDR practitioners to share research ideas, clinical issues and knowledge sharing.
A place where those who research or study endometriosis can organise and share information on the subject.
The list aims to connect early career health geographers and to build upon the annual discussions had at the ENRGHI conference.
This list is used by the Specialist Library for ENT and Audiology to send quarterly newsletters to members.
This list has been set up to promote discussion amongst practitioners and researchers in the field of ergonomics and human factors.
The Discussion list for members of the European Sociological Association's Medical Sociology Research Network
Discussion list for learning and teaching in ethics and social welfare
The list will be used for discussion and dissemination, support of imaging research in psychiatry and neurosciences
This list is used by staff at ScHARR to deliver courses to healthcare librarians under the Folio Project, which is funded by SHALL.
This list is to support the implementation and development of the NHS Foundation electronic portfolio across the United Kingdom.
GP-UK facilitates discussion on new ideas, research, workshops, seminars, conferences,grants, education, software development etc for the UK General Practice (Family Medicine) community. Non-UK views are also welcome. GP-UK intends to promote collaborative work, problem solving and support.
GPRD-Research aims to promote the exchange of information and advice between users of the General Practice Research Database (GPRD). This list is a forum to promote and share research ideas, methodologies, as well as providing a point of contact between new and existing users. <HTML> GPRD-Research aims to promote the exchange of information and advice between users of the General Practice Research Database (GPRD). <p>This list is a forum to promote and share research ideas, methodologies, as well as providing a point of contact between new and existing users. <p>The list is maintained by Dr Craig Currie and Dr Chris Poole. </HTML>
This discussion list supporting research and collaboration around the areas of happiness and wellbeing for the members for the British Sociological Association Happiness Study Group
The purpose of this community of practice is for HEA OER International project leads/teams to communicate with each other and with the HEA OER International management team during the lifecycle of the project. The list is used as a bulletin noticeboard and for announcements, sharing project experiences,project plans and reporting.
A network of academics, lawyers, health professionals and NGOs:
The list is aimed at researchers who apply econometrics and other quantitative techniques in health economics. It is used to exchange details of meetings, papers, software, and data. The list also allows users to share advice on technical problems. Sublist of HEALTHECON-ALL
An international forum for discussion, collaboration, sharing ideas and information, and the dissemination of research and practice in support of the aims and principles of the World Health Organization's Health For All initiative.
This list is for making announcments related to the Health, Community and Psychosocial Wellbeing Group based at Bradford University
People working in the field of health promotion can use this list to discuss topics of interest to their profession. Set up in the Trent region of the UK.
This list is for health promotion academics to use to discuss the future of health promotion in the UK, how it is taught, when and where for what purpose
A Superlist for the International and NHS Health Services Research Community. Conferences, Seminar News, Researcher Jobs etc.
Health Economics Superlist, for distributing messages to all the health economics lists.
Welcome to healthecon-discuss. Healthecon-discuss is the general health economics discussion list. Membership is open to all health economists (and all those interested in health economics) worldwide. It is also the recommended discussion list for members of iHEA. The purpose of healthecon-discuss is to give a (previously unavailable) forum for general discussion on health economics matters. The list is international in membership and discussion reflects this. Please remember discussions and announcements are for strictly health economics issues, not general health or other matters. Please feel free to contribute to the list and any discussions that ensue. The list is owned by Bruce Hollingsworth (email: email@example.com) The healthecon-discuss WWW site is at: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/healthecon-discuss.html NOTE: In order to access any files on the website you first need to register with Jiscmail, using the instructions given below. Members of this list are automatically members of the health economics "Superlist", healthecon-all. A message sent here is distributed to all members of the three health economics jiscmail lists - healthecon-discuss, HESG, and health-econometrics (the "sub-lists"). Each sub-list member receives only one copy of the message, no matter how many of the sub-lists they are members of. The superlist is to be used for announcements about health economics conferences, jobs etc. i.e. not discussion matters. Although the superlist has its own jiscmail www page (for archiving messages) it cannot be joined directly. A further list health economists may be interested in joining is dea-health concerned with non-parametric analysis (http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/dea-health.html). USING THE HEALTHECON-DISCUSS LIST To have full access to Jiscmail facilities it is a good idea early on to register with Jiscmail. You need to do this to be able to access the website and to send messages to the list. To do this you need to do the following: 1. Go to the website for the: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/healthecon-discuss.html 2. Click on the "Post to the JISCmail list" line. You will be faced with a "Login required" screen 3. Click on the "get a new LISTSERV password first" line and follow the instructions. 4. After your email address and password have been registered (which is confirmed by jiscmail via email, and should not take more than a few minutes), you will then be able to fully access the website and send messages to the list. For those unfamiliar with using Jiscmail,it is best to obtain a copy of the Jiscmail User Guide. You can obtain the user guide by doing the following: 1. Go to the Jiscmail website homepage at: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk 2. Click on "Documentation" 3. Click on "Complete user guide" Here are some basic commands that you might use regularly. For a more detailed description of Jiscmail commands refer to the user guide. There are two main email addresses which are used. The first is for all Jiscmail administrative commands, such as joining and leaving the list, suspending mail, retrieving files etc. These should be sent to the address firstname.lastname@example.org The second is for contributions to the list. Simply send an email message to email@example.com This will then be sent to all members of the list. (Note that in order to send a message to the list you first need to register with Jiscmail, using the instructions given above). You can reply to list messages in two ways; to the whole list or just to the person who sent the message to which you are replying. The default "Reply-to" field is the originator of the message; you can override this, but think carefully before doing so. _________________________________
This list is for academics and practitioners engaged or interested in the field of health policy futures research.
This list will promote the discussion of health and social care students' job searching experiences with a view to disseminating good current practice in this area. This list has been retained - 18/11/13. The list will not allow new subscribers or posts.
HEOPS is for all OH professionals working in the higher education sector
This aim of this forum is to facilitate the discussion of research in Health and Exercise Sciences. Membership will be given to active researchers working in the health and exercise area. The majority of members will be from universities, though membership will be extended to researchers working in industrial settings. Email postings should either be informative (details of conferences, new posts etc.) or provide discussion (including paper reviews).
Hospital Episodes Statistics APHO Technical Group for sharing data and knowledge in handling HES database. This mailing list is now closed.
This list allows all those involved in clinical education, health informatics education, clinical education commissioning and standards setting to exchange ideas and knowledge about embedding informatics teaching into clinical education. It covers all areas of clinical education, including medical, nursing and midwifery, and AHP (Allied Health Professionals), and at both pre and post registration levels.
The hlc-evaluation mailing list is for the discussion, debate and exchange of information on all aspects of evaluation of Healthy Living Centres.
HLG-MEMBERS is an open list run by the Health Libraries Group HLG of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals CILIP. It provides a forum for HLG members to discuss HLG business, such as publicising forthcoming events and exchanging information of interest and relevance to HLG members.
HLG Wales is for Welsh librarians and information professionals interested in health/nursing/medicine/allied health.
Health Promoting Universities. This list is for staff in universities or other higher educational institutes. It provides a forum for sharing ideas and information, and rapid communication on promoting health within the University setting. The initiative is supported by the WHO.
This discussion list is for members of the Health Sciences and Practices Inclusivity Special Interest Group.
this list engages with all aspects of questions concerning the 'Future of Human Reproduction' from demographic, biomedical, psychological, evolutionary, anthropological and sociological perspectives.
This list is for graduates of the ICH (Institute of Child Health) MSc Clinical and Applied Paediatric Neuropsychology programme
This List is used by those participating in the Medical Ethics Theme Team of the Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied CETL. Sublist of ideacetl
This list is for communication between members of the radionuclide dosimetry community. The primary focus is on research and development in dosimetry for molecular radiotherapy, but new and important matters in dosimetry for diagnostic use of radionuclides will be included.
The aim of this list is to provide a central contact point for Imaging Facility Managers. This role can produce many challenges that are common in each Institution, therefore the list aims to provide a mechanism for contacting other list members when advice or help is needed.
To support discussion around the use of IMS specifications and standards to support sharing curriculum content in health, primarily 'virtual patients' and their associated digital repositories.
This list provides a discussion forum for allied health professionals and librarians/information sepcialists. It aims to help identify and improve access to relevant sources of information, including library resources, for allied health professionals.
This is the distribution list for the IOP (Institute of Psychiatry) Journal Club, held weekly in term time at the Institute of Psychiatry, London SE5 8AF
This list is for the committee of a CILIP Library Group, Libraries for Nursing. The Committee is composed half of university librarians and half of NHS librarians. The group exists to support nursing and health science librarians by organising training, educational and networking opportunities.
LGBT Health Research UK is a multidisciplinary group that aims to; promote equality in health and wellbeing for LGBT populations, promote equity in treatment & care services, and to influence wider public policy on LGBT health by; encouraging, facilitating and conducting research, and by developing and disseminating good practice in education & training of health and social care practitioners.
The purpose of LHEG is to serve as a forum for health economists from London (and beyond) to network around issues pertinent to the health economics debate. The list will also publicise details of the LHEG seminars, which will occur 3 times a year and will offer health economists the opportunity to present their work in a constructive and friendly environment. This list will also publicize other HE seminars taking place in London.
Promotion of education, research and effective professional practice in consultation-liaison psychiatry and related fields, including psychosomatics and health psychology.
This list is used by Occupational Therapists and academics carrying out research andprojects using a lifestyle matters approach. It is used to share learning and evidence to develop the approach further in different parts of the country.
To facilitate collaboration between librarians within the healthcare sector in the North West of England and enable sharing of resources: to provide a forum for discussion on topics related to healthcare librarianship at a local level. The list is open to all professionally concerned with health services libraries in the North West area but is conditional,where available, on members makingtheir journal collections accessible through the LIHNN union catalogue scheme.
This list is for subject librarians, information professionals and researchers to exchange knowledge, ideas and best paractice in supporting teaching,learning, research and policy in subject areas covered by the Children Act and Children's Services. This is a new approach as co-operation between these separate subject areas will be mutually beneficial.
This is an open discussion list for members of the UK medical & health care library community and other interested information workers. (A CLOSED list, LIS-UMSLG, is also available for members of the University Medical School Librarians Group).
List for Library and Information Professionals who support or have responsibility for programmes in the area of paramedic practice and paramedic science.
This is a discussion list for health librarians across the HE, FE and NHS sectors.
The list is part of an action learning set that has been designed to support R&D in Health Impact Assessment across Liverpool.
long term conditions are a concern for all communities around the world. This page is for professionals to discuss and develop evidence based practice to support the development of educational programmes and practitioners
This is an information forum for practitioners who have trained to use the Music Therapy Assessment Tool for Awareness in Disorders of Consciousness (MATADOC) This is a sub-list of MTNEUROLOGYNETWORK.
This list is used by members of the UK Medical Anthropology academic community to disseminate information about meetings, awards and courses and to encourage collaborative research initiatives.
A list to support admissions staff in medicine, dentistry and veterinary medicine.
This list is used by a closed group of technical implementers of learning technology standards and specifications in UK healthcare education and training.
A list to provide a forum to share experiences and materials in supporting undergraduate students who struggle academically in medicine, dentistry and veterinary medicine in the UK.
This list is for discussion of the history of medicine, especially by library and archive professionals, though all are welcome
A list for all those involved or interested in teaching & research in medicine/health care; it is of particular interest to those involved in curriculum development in UK medical schools. It covers all levels of medical education & provides a forum for discussion, exchange of ideas & information.
Medical geology started as a "new" discipline in 1998 with establishing a Working Group on Medical Geology within COGEOENVIRONMENT, an international commission on environmental geology under the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS).
This list is used by University Medical School Societies (MEDSOC) of UK Higher Education medical schools for the discussion and dissemination of information and ideas of solutions between these societies. It is a network open to all wanting to change the face of MEDSOC across the country.
The aim of the list is to provide an online forum to encourage discussion and help develop a medical retina research network.
The Medsocnews mailing list is used to distribute information and announcements to subscribers fo the Medical Sociology News news-letter.
Provides opportunity to explore methodological and ethical issues in mental health nursing research.
This list seeks to promote informal and open discussion within the community of science, technology and medicine studies. We welcome interdisciplinary contributions that treat these subjects in their cultural and social contexts.
aim of list is to provide a closed forum for researchers in midwifery, perinatal and women's health in UK and overseas who are able to provide research advice and expertise to the ICM.
A forum for discussion on midwifery, reproductive and women's health education. Supported by the ICM Education Standing Committee. It aims to create a international network of educators who are eager to share information and materials, discuss concerns and and offer advice.
A forum for discussion on midwifery and reproductive health research. It aims to create an international network of academics, professionals, policy makers and service users who are eager to share information & materials, discuss concerns & and offer advice.
This list is a closed list for University Professors and Academic Research leads in Midwifery, Women's and Perinatal health to discuss matters of common interest relating to the administration and management of research.
The list provides an opportunity for employers within Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch to discuss best practice in support people with mental health issues.
This list is aimed at professionals working in the academic, NHS and local government sectors who continually strive to improve the health of minority ethnic communities in the UK via a multi-disciplinary approach.
This is a list of health researchers interested in combining qualitative and quantitative methods. Members will share experiences and call for help from other members when attempting to undertake these complex studies.
Forum for the Medical Research Council funded data managers, working both for MRC units as well as in universities.
MRO Forum is a list open to everyone with an interest in the role and responsibilities of a Medical Review Officer, or so named professional, working in and around the issue of workplace drug and alcohol testing. Included: result interpretation, ethical dilemmas and problem solving.
The interaction between where people live and their individual outcomes is complex and mutli-faceted. This list is for researchers and practitioners working on neighbourhood effects related research.
We aim to provide high quality information, current awareness and a forum for discussion about neuropsychiatry. Neuropsychiatry concerns the interface of psychiatry and neurology (incorporating cognitive neuroscience and related areas). Colleagues from UK and elsewhere are welcome to join.
provides an electronic forum for Neurosurgeons, neuroanaethesists, and Critical care physicians and basic scientists to discuss research and literature on problems related to head injury.
Description: This list is to support the communication between members of the NHS-HE Forum. This Forum meets twice a year to discuss initiatives to improve the connectivity and inter-operability of electronic services supporting students and staff at Universities and in the NHS that are involved in education and research associated with medicine, dentistry, nursing and other professions allied to medicine .
The kidney diseases and male urogenital disorders specialist collection is for busy health professionals, providing them with high quality information and keeping them up to date with the latest research and developments in these areas. The focus of the specialist collection is on kidney diseases affecting adults and children in the UK, disorders affecting the male urogenital system, and male sexual health. There is also information on renal tract and male urogenital cancers.
A communications platform to enable best practice and information sharing, and national networking among Clinical Research Nurses
This list is used by the Project Team to communicate with the Editorial Board of the NLH GastroLiver Specialist Library
This list is used by the GLDSL project team to communicate with the site's stakeholders.
List for the NLH Gastroliver Specialist Library project team to communicate with the Topic Leads
This list is used by the NHS Evidence - neurological conditions project team to send out information about the latest additions to the site
This list provides a collaborative opportunity for researchers of any discipline who wish to examine the nature of and culture around normal physiological birth. This includes the biological, emotional psychological, social and clinical processes and consequences involved.
For researchers and practitioners using the normalization process model in assessing and evaluating complex interventions in health care.
A discussion group on nasal research; nasal-physiology, pharmacology, disease,common cold, hayfever, nasal surgery, nasal measurements such as rhinomanometry andacoustic rhinometry, mainly oriented towards human research but to include relevant animal research.
This list is to deliver the Nosokinetics newsletter and to facilitate communication/discussion among academia and clinicians interested in health care modelling.
This list is used by the Nosokinetics to distribute the bi-monthly Nosokinetics newsletter.
This list is used by NSPRC Trainees, 2010 cohort to exchange information about publications, projects, conferences etc.
This list is used by NSPCR Trainees, 2011 cohort to exchange informaiton about publications, projects, conferences etc
Distribution list of users of the IT system the CSP Module.
Distribution and discussion group for research management performance metrics in NTW CLRN area.
Discussion group for Research Study Co-coordinators based in NTW region.
Discussion list for members of the Respiratory Specialty Group
A list to discuss and support the development of a National Radiotherapy Dataset with reference to issues specific to users of Oncentra and Visir software. Sub-list of radiotherapydataset
List to provide a single point of communicaiton for all members of the NULJ mutual document supply scheme
This list will facilitate discussion amongst practising educators, nurses and students in the new and developing field of nurse prescribing. It will enable the sharing of information on; educational resources, mechanisms for the CPD of practitioners, policy development and research topics. This list has been retained - 18/11/13. The list will not allow new subscribers or posts.
A list for learning, teaching and research for nurses working in (or with an interest in) Child & Adolescent Mental Health in the North West of England.
The NW region midwifery research list is set up to build capacity and effective collaboration in the area of normal midwifery practice research
This list will be of interest to all practitioners of occupational and environmental medicine and occupational health. Its aim is to promote discussion about current issues and to foster a global approach to research and teaching.
This list facilitates discussion and generates ideas and information about matters relating to occupational therapy (OT). Anyone with a professional interest in OT, such as lecturers and researchers, is welcome to participate.
This research looks at the purchase of prescription medicine from the Web.An online survey which will measure this behaviour is in the process of being designed. The purpose of this list is to talk about these issues via a discussion group in order to feed into the design of the survey.
For those already running osces and those about to start, for sharing of information and ideas
This list is intended for project members of the ESRC Outdoors and Health Network to discuss topics relating to their work. Others interested in the relationship between green space, use of the outdoors, and health can request to join the list.
This mailing list will be used mostly to advertise seminar organized within our Department. The aim is to allow researchers to manage their subscriptions individually. Members from other departments and other universities (e.g. visiting professors) will obviously be welcome to subscribe if interested.
The list will be to develop international research collaboration for research involving health behaviour and education within context using complimentary research methods.
To facilitate interchange between members of teams evaluating the NHS Pacesetters Programme to improve access to health services for members of socially disadvantaged groups, and those concerned to share good practice
Discussion between psychologists interested in clinical work and research in paediatric oncology.
Palliative articles is a Palliative Medicine journal club site to post cutting edge articles; allowing discussion of the evidence and the background to it. <HTML> Palliative articles is a Palliative Medicine journal club site to post cutting edge articles; allowing discussion of the evidence and the background to it. </HTML>
This list is to support and develop the teaching of pathology in medical schools.
An emailing list bringing together academic researchers in the field of the safety and quality of healthcare delivery.
This list is to support the primary care database symposium working group. The list will be for academics in UK who are organising a methodological symposium for users of primary care databses.
Research methodology associated with primary care databases and electronic health records.
The pcsg mailing list is used for discussion of issues relating to research, education and service development in primary care gastroenterology.
Brings together social scientists with an interest in the use of arts-based and humanities methods in the production and dissemination of social science data.
The European Perinatal Epidemiology Network and its email list is for the promotion and discussion of research in perinatal epidemiology and the evaluation of perinatal care in Europe.
The list seeks to: 1. facilitate communication between pharmacologists; 2. involve employers in the design and delivery of pharmacology courses; 3. disseminate good/innovative practice in teaching pharmacology. 4. improve the learning environment and the quality and efficiency of teaching.
The aim of this list to provide academic pharmacists and other academics engaged in teaching in Pharmacy with a forum for discussion on pedagogic issues in Pharmacy Education
This group is intended for users of Philips Nuclear Medicine systems. It is a support network for those using these systems for research and development work.
Email list for the British Philosophy of Sport Association, for discussion of news, issues, and events.
This list welcomes all involved in learning and teaching in disciplines relevant to public health.
The PHYSIO mailing list is for general information and discussion on all matters of relevance to physiotherapists, in the UK and beyond. Participation is invited from anybody with an interest in physiotherapy - undergraduate students, researchers, educators, clinicians, administrators.
This is a list intended to promote dialogue regarding research into the physical management of violence and aggression. It will encourage and facilitate discussion surrounding physical interventions. The list is primarily aimed at current trainers and academics.
A discussion group for consumer participation in education and practice
The list is to help promote a network and forum of like minded individuals in prescribing and medicines management.
This list provides a forum for the exchange of information for podiatrist academics, most especially for those involved in podiatry education and research.
It aims to draw together practitioners and research groups working on policy for health in order to further develop the field and add to the rigorous academic base for health policy development. It is intended to stimulate thinking and collaboration, and possibly provoke new research tracks as additions to the strands that have been previously identified.
The e-group's purpose is to act as a communication channel for Network members to share information on: funding/grant opportunities for public health research research projects being developed or completed publications of own work on public health research/projects research ideas, and to request help with research projects public health courses/seminars/training in the Peninsula research jobvacancy opportunities in the area useful local resources e.g. websites etc This list has been retained - 28/11/13. The archives have been locked for viewing only. No new messages may be posted and the list will not accept new subscribers
The list is for discussion of research ideas and methodology in areas of medical statistics particularly relevant to primary care by statisticians involved in or interested in primary care.
The list for announcements and information from the Personal Social Services Research Unit, especially about new publications available at the unit website, www.pssru.ac.uk The PSSRU is based at three universities in the UK and conducts policy research and analysis of equity and efficiency in community care, long-term care and related areas.
Psych-couns is a maillist for students and researchers in counselling psychology, counselling and psychotherapy and others who wish to discuss theoretical and research issues in counselling psychology.
Discussion and information concerning psychological and psychiatric aspects of cancer care. Clinical and academic staff welcome
A discussion forum and information resource for those working in epidemiology and public health. It aims to facilitate information sharing, (eg workshops, seminars, conferences and new research) and promote links, collaborative working, joint problem-solving and mutual support.
An open mailing list for discussion about developing the Public Health function in Acute, Community and Primary Care Provider Organisations with particular reference to the Clinical Governance, Information for Health and Saving Lives agendas.
a list allowing those working in or using public health observatories and public health intelligence in the uk and beyond, to discuss issues and share experiences and information.
A list aiming to facilitate collaboration between public health professionals in HE institutions and NHS bodies in the new South East Region of the NHS. The list will help publicise regional research openings, conferences, workshops, seminars.
The method of Qualitative Comparative Analysis arises both in historical and management research, and in sociological and health research. The aim of QCA is to systematically analyse the possible configurations as a stage of research that follows on from (but also iterates with) a stage of qualitative analysis of cases. In this approach, the 'case' is both the whole set of configurations -- ie the world, really existing as an interlinked whole -- and as a set of comparable 'smaller' objects, e.g. comparing clients, patients, enterprises, or countries. The list exists to promote discussion and debate about QCA and its related variants, such as fuzzy-set social science (Ragin, 2004), realist evaluation (Pawson and Tilley, 1997), and triangulation. <HTML> The method of Qualitative Comparative Analysis arises both in historical and management research, and in sociological and health research. The aim of QCA is to systematically analyse the possible configurations as a stage of research that follows on from (but also iterates with) a stage of qualitative analysis of cases. In this approach, the 'case' is both the whole set of configurations -- ie the world, really existing as an interlinked whole -- and as a set of comparable 'smaller' objects, e.g. comparing clients, patients, enterprises, or countries. The list exists to promote discussion and debate about QCA and its related variants, such as fuzzy-set social science (Ragin, 2004), realist evaluation (Pawson and Tilley, 1997), and triangulation. </HTML>
This list is tied to the recently formed Quantified Self Research Network which encourages interdisciplinary collaboration between those studying self tracking, wearable computing and the Quantified Self movement.
This list provides a discussion forum for students and staff involved in the BSc Radiotherapy Programme at the University of Liverpool.
A group to discuss and support the development of a National Radiotherapy Dataset.
List for announcements relating to statistics about society, and their political context and impact. Moderated by Radical Statistics Group Troika.
This JISCMail group is for staff (in particular, research advisors) of the 10 National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Research Design Services, to allow them to communicate with one another and exchange ideas and practice. It will complement the already established RDS-DIRECTORS JISCMail group for Research Design Services (RDS) Directors and Managers
This list is used by the Research and Development Support Unit Network to promote the discussion and sharing of knowledge relating to building research capacity in the NHS, under the auspices of the National Institute for Health Research.
Discussion on all aspects of reproductive health, including family planning and maternal health care, also dissemmination of new research findings, conference announcements.
The list reflects the growing importance of the foot and ankle in musculoskeletal diseases generally, and as a subspecialism within rheumatology.
Announcement list for the Medical Section of the Royal Statistical Society.
The purpose of the list is to facilitate the group working of staff at the University of Salford with an interest in built environment design and dementia.
Scottish Addiction Studies is a network of researchers and lecturers at the University of Stirling in Scotland with a primary interest in drug/alcohol/tobacco misuse, gambling and the addictions.
The list exists to share information between people collaborating on a study of the uses made of herbal and other 'traditional medical products' and plants, and their relation to health care and pharmacy in the UK among populations of South Asian ethnic origin
school-health-edu aims to bring together educationalists involved in education and training for school health practitioners in light of the recent shift of emphasis from a task orientated to a more public health focused role for school nurses.
This list is for researchers interested in the communication of science and the strategic use of science by interests in society. It is a working group of the Public Interest Research Network
This list is open to anyone in Scotland who has an interest in evaluation. It is primarily to enable the discussion of evaluation amongst researchers, commissioners and clients, though it can be used to inform the list of relevant seminars, contracts and employment opportunities.
The purpose of the list is to provide a forum for the dissemination of information relating to research specific to the midwifery community in Scotland.
This list is devoted to exploring the impact of sectarianism on economic, political and cultural life in Scotland. It is run by the Sectarianism in Scotland working group of the Public Interest Research Network
The seronegative arthritis list exists to promote collaboration amongst researchers interested in various forms of seronegative arthritis, including ankylosing spondylitis, reactive arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, arthritis related to bowel inflammation and even Behcet's syndrome.
A multidisciplinary e-mailing list for those working in the field of sexual health, in research and applied settings.
Discussion of a Systemic Family Therapy Manual produced by the Leeds Family Therapy Research Centre at Leeds University.
This list is used by the simulation in radiography group to keep in touch, share resources, provide support, propose research and disseminate findings.
Discussion list for radiographers and others involved in research imaging
This will be a membership mailing list fo the Economic and Social Research Council seminar series 'Sleep and Society'
This list provides a forum for speech and language therapists and related disciplines. Our aim is to encourage discussion and information-sharing about all aspects of professional activity including education, clinical practice and development of the profession.
This list aims to provide a forum for information, discussion and collaboration among speech and language therapists and others who are interested, or involved, in research into communication development and change, communication disability and-or disorders of feeding, swallowing and drinking.
The list will facilitate discussion of social network analysis amongst interested UK academics, and will facilitate organisation of off-line meetings.
This purpose of this list is to provide a forum for the discussion social norms internationally and the development of cross-cultural social norms research.
This list is for social work academics, practitioners and students who have an interest in learning more about alcohol and drugs. It is intended to allow sharing of information and information exchange between the target audience, for example, it will allow students to ask for information from practitioners and academics, academics to find out what others are doing and for practitioners to have a direct line to academics who are specialist in this area and vice versa.
To develop a greater understanding of the dangers of religious fundamentalisms and to develop strategies for challenging this
The Social Work and Health Inequalities Network is to promote discussion and action by Social Work practitioners, educators and researchers to combat the causes and consequences of unjust and damaging socially created inequalities in health.
This list brings together social scientists working in public health research contexts, in conjunction with the symposium 'Beyond Them and Us' being held in Cambridge in September 2012. It acts both as a forum for discussion and as a facility for the announcement of events, publications and jobs.
This is a distribution list to send information to members of the Society for Social Medicine (SSM, or Soc Soc Med) about the Society, its Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM), and other SSM events; and about conferences, courses and other activities likely to be of interest to its members.
This list is used by the Health and Spirituality Centre at Staffordshire University to make announcements to further and Higher education and the research community about strategy, programmes, publications, conferences and projects.
Spirituality-Health-Healing provides a forum to promote discussion and the sharing of research around the area of spirituality health and healing. It is aimed at academics and practitioners working within psychology, psychiatry, nursing, medicine, disability studies, theology and pastoral care.
SPM (Statistical Parametric Mapping) refers to functional brain mapping analysis techniques developed by the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging, (UCL, London), implemented in the SPM software. The list is for discussion and help with the methodology, implementation and use of SPM.
To support research in sports medicine, including exercise physiology, nutrition, the impact of disease on work endurance, applied biomechanics, treatment of injuries, and the use of performance-enhancing substances, at all levels of participation.
Official email list for the International Association for the Philosophy of Sport.
Research reports for everyone who is interested in children in care, children on the edge of care or children in the youth justice system. As well as social care issues for ill/disabled children, their families and carers. From SPRU,the Social Policy Research Unit at the University of York.
Research reports for everyone who is interested in children in care, children on the edge of care or children in the youth justice system. Adoption and fostering social work issues from SPRU,the Social Policy Research Unit at the University of York.
The purpose is to enhance communication and network for health professionals involved in clinical care and research activity relating to reproductive health, sexuality, parenting and infant care.
Closed list restricted to members of the Society for the Study of Human Biology. Primary usage, to inform members about forthcoming conferences and conference outcomes, circulating titles, abstracts publication details, etc. Secondary usage, topical discussion among members.
Identifying independent statisticians to sit on Trial Steering Committees (TSC) and Data Monitoring Committees (DMC) etc is often challenging. The aim of this list is to link statisticians across the NIHR, CTUs and health research groups in order to provide opportunity for reciprocation in this activity and to facilitate professional development of statisticians to fulfill these roles.
The STATGEN list is intended to facilitate the exchange of information, ideas and expertise between researchers interested in statistical aspects of genetics. www.stats.gla.ac.uk/~paulj/statgen.html
A list for the management of sexually transmitted diseases. Sublist of HEALTH-SERVICES-RESEARCH
This is a list for staff and officers of UK subject associations to discuss common concerns and collaborative work.
The aim of this listserv is to facilitate policy makers, researchers and academics working in the field of substance misuses and child welfare to: - share research findings and discuss the implications for policy and practice - promote the evidence base informing policy and practice developments - develop ideas for new areas of research and enquiry - disseminate and discuss developments in policy and practice - network and develop working relationships across agency and professional boundaries
A forum for those involved in improving access to the best available evidence in supportive and palliative care. Users include academics, researchers, managers, health and social care practitioners in hospitals, hospices, specialist palliative care units and elsewhere in the voluntary, NHS, university and private sectors, plus administrative, library and IT professionals and others. A broad-based community of practice of individuals and groups engaged in online information provision and use in this field, both elsewhere in the UK and internationally.
This list will provide an international platform for sharing information about systems approaches to chronic disease prevention. Members include research students and world leading researchers working to develop this methodology.
This list is used to share ideas amongst nursing and health academics about the use of poetry, prose, drama, and other forms of creative writing in the curriculum.
Announcement list primarily although not exclusively for researchers and professionals working in health and social care settings for the dissemination of knowledge and information about traumatic brain injury and its wider effects on carers, relatives and families.
Following an inaugural international conference the delegates agreed to keep in touch, provide support and share ideas in research, education and practice.
A discussion and information list for researchers and practitioners interested in the therapeutic community movement and for TC residents/ former residents.
Exchange and dissemination of ideas, information and data - including unpublished material - on all aspects of skin penetration by chemicals. Seminars, conferences, research posts etc can be publicised. It should interest workers in dermatology, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, risk assessment.
This list provides a forum for discussion for social scientists interested in sleep research. It offers a virtual community of assistance and support for both established and new researchers,
A list for participants & collaborators with the User Centred Healthcare Design project, which is part of CLAHRC-South Yorkshire.
This list is created for the network of Chinese researchers in the UK who are doing health and life sciences' research
The list is for members of the UK Disabled Children Research Network. The network is made up of researchers working in the area of disability and childhood from contexts both of academia and the third sector.
This list supports an ESRC Seminar Series on 'Managing Scarcity in the NHS: Building on Theory, Learning from Practice'. The main objective of the seminar series bring together a network of academic researchers and health service managers in order to learn from, and create ideas for the further development of, good practice in the management of NHS priority setting.
Discussion list following 1st Conference of UK Teachers and Developers of Evidence-Based Health Care
A UK-wide consortium of academic centres has been formed to promote, facilitate and coordinate research activities around the UKBiobank resource, with a primary focus on eye and vision related research.
This is the mailing list for the UK Causal Inference Network. It aims to disseminate information about forthcoming about events and facilitate discussion. The theme of the network is "Causal Inference in Health and Social Sciences". # Causal inference is broadly defined, and the focus is on methodology and challenging applications, though issues relating to interesting applications that highlight necessary methodological extensions are also encouraged.
Lead members of the clinical and laboratory subgroups of the UKITC (UK Islet Transplantation Consortium ).
any informantion on the effect of unemployment on health. time-series analysis of flows on to and off of benefits.
A list to discuss and support the development of a National Radiotherapy Dataset with reference to issues specific to users of Aria and Varis software. Sub-list of radiotherapydataset
This list is owned and maintained by The Violence Research Group at the University of Wales College of Medicine. The list will promote discussion by academics & practitioners active in the area of violence prevention. Discussion of the relationship between alcohol and violence will be encouraged.
This list is for discussion of virtual patients including definitions, examples of good practice, technical implementation and interoperability.
This list is to be used by the coordinators of the activities in the UK Institute for Health Informatics.
To establish a multidisciplinary research infrastructure which is rooted in an Equality and Diversity (E&D) agenda and that can identify health and social care priorities of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) patients, service users, and groups in Wales. The purpose of this list is to facilitate the development of ethnicity, health and social research. The aim is to offer members a virtual space to exchange information and develop research collaborations.
WERC is committed to conducting high quality research with a focus on racialised groups in Wales, and to the development research resources, best practice guidance, and knowledge exchange opportunities. As such, we remain committed to working collaboratively with patients, service users and community groups to draw out research priorities and to foster an interest in research, as well as with practitioners, policy makers, funders and researchers to improve practice, influence policy and to strengthen the quality and quantity of ethnicity, health and social research in Wales. The purpose of this list is to facilitate the development of ethnicity, health and social research, with this WERC strand rooted in older people and ageing research. The aim is to offer members a virtual space to exchange information and develop research collaborations that focus on racialised older population groups in Wales.
The Women and Mental Health Special Interest Group (formerly WIPSIG) is a subsection of the Royal College of Psychiatrists which promotes mental health services for women, their families and carers, and enables women psychiatrists to achieve their potential across the NHS, academic institutions and the independant sector.
List is for members of the employment and training thematic group
List is for members of the health, wellbeing and social care thematic group
List is for members of the language, citizenship and identity thematic group
A forum to promote discussion, disseminate ideas and share research findings in the field of young people's sexual and reproductive health.
This is a discussion forum for all those working or researching in the area of child and adolescent mental health nursing.