WELLBEING KNOWLEDGE BANK – Three years of wellbeing evidence in one spreadsheet Download the...Read More
We start 2019 with an ambitious new series of evidence projects at the Centre. Each piece of...Read More
What we are looking for We are looking for evidence (grey literature) produced by any organisation that will contribute to a conceptual review on loneliness to develop a conceptual framework for understanding loneliness and...Read More
This case study is supporting the evidence part of the Family, Outdoor Recreation and Wellbeing review. It outlines a project supporting mums to cycle together and evaluated the confidence, activity levels, and wellbeing of participants.Read More
This case study is supporting the evidence part of the Family, Outdoor Recreation and Wellbeing review. Are their benefits to outdoor activities for those with dementia? This case study focuses on the wellbeing benefits of people with early-stage dementia and their families when taking part in urban forest activities.Read More
Today we publish the systematic review that looks at the wellbeing outcomes when taking part in outdoor activities with family. There is existing evidence on the benefits being outdoors has for our wellbeing but less evidence of the wellbeing benefits when the time is spent with family. Here we outline the key findings.Read More
Ahead of next week’s publication of the evidence review on Family, Outdoor Recreation and...Read More
How do outdoor recreation activities for families affect wellbeing? Do you have evidence from your organisation? The What Works Centre for Wellbeing is reviewing the evidence on how participating in outdoor recreation can...Read More
Dr Louise Mansfield*, part of our culture and sport evidence team and Senior Lecturer in Sport,...Read More
Background Student Sport Ireland (SSI) is the governing body for third level (College and...Read More
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