A trade in people’ with learning disabilities and/or autism has been uncovered by a partnership of activists, families and Lancaster University academics.
Lancaster University has been given the TEF Gold award for outstanding teaching, an outstanding learning environment and delivering excellent employment outcomes for its students. This is the highest possible rating a university can achieve.
Emeritus Professor Sheila Payne and Dr Sean Hughes have both contributed towards a new book ‘Building Integrated Palliative Care Programmes and Services’ published by the World Health Organization Palliative Care Initiative.
Students at Lancaster Medical School are benefiting from some of the most advanced anatomy teaching resources in the UK thanks to their Lecturer, described as “one of the most able and vigorous anatomists of his generation.”
Online self-management support for parents with Bipolar Disorder leads to improvements in parenting and child behaviour.
The award was made to the CETAD team involved in an innovative teaching programme designed for the Department of Health in Gauteng province, South Africa.
The General Medical Council has granted degree-awarding powers to Lancaster Medical School.
An online relapse prevention tool for Bipolar Disorder offers a “cheap accessible option” for people seeking support following treatment, say researchers.
Lancaster Medical School graduate Joe McAleer has won a Clinician of the Year from the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT.