This week, Becky Seale and Catherine-Rose Stocks-Rankin, Public Health England researchers and...Read More
Today we publish What do we know about tackling loneliness? A ‘review of reviews’ that is based...Read More
Last week saw the release of the UK’s first comprehensive measure of UK job quality, the...Read More
The first in a series of blogs from Becky Thoseby, Group Head of Wellbeing at the Department for...Read More
Background Student Sport Ireland (SSI) is the governing body for third level (College and...Read More
Ian Walker, is an economics professor at Lancaster University and recently co-authored new research on problem gambling. Here, he shares why we need to reconsider what we know, or don’t, about problem gambling and its impacts on...Read More
Deadline: 26 June 2017 How does participating in visual arts impact the subjective wellbeing of adults (18-65 year olds) who have been diagnosed with a mental health condition? We are carrying out a review of all available...Read More
Next Tuesday 18 April the Centre will be sharing the fourth in our series looking at the evidence on wellbeing and work. Last week, we published learning at work, a briefing on different wellbeing training approaches and their...Read More
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