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DNA predicts differences in intelligence and educational achievement

DNA predicts differences in intelligence and educational achievement

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New research from the IoPPN finds individuals' DNA can predict up to 11% of the differences seen between young people in intelligence and 16% of the differences in educational achievement.
Telephone and web-based CBT for IBS more effective than standard care

Telephone and web-based CBT for IBS more effective than standard care

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New research has shown that Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) tailored specifically for IBS and delivered over the telephone or through an interactive website is more effective in relieving the symptoms of IBS than current standard care.
No such thing as friendly neighbourhoods for lonely young people

No such thing as friendly neighbourhoods for lonely young people

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A new study from the IoPPN shows that lonely young people feel that their neighbourhoods lack cohesion – but that this could simply be a matter of perception. The researchers suggest that community-level interventions to tackle loneliness may not be a one-size-fits-all solution.
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Introduction to Health Informatics

Date
30 Apr 2019
Location
Robin Murray A & B
Description
A comprehensive introduction to the fundamentals of modern health-focused informatics research.
 

Adaptive Designs Workshop

Date
02 May 2019
Location
IoPPN Boardroom
Description
The Adaptive Designs Working Group (ADWG) of the MRC network of Hubs for Trials Methodology Research…
 

In search of a longevity dividend

Date
02 May 2019
Location
Bush House Auditorium, BH(N)-1.01
Description
Keynote talk by Professor Andrew Scott, London Business School
 
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