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News for Psychology Research
6 January 2020
The purpose of the post is to significantly contribute to a project focusing on early child development in Mexico and Cuba.
21 August 2019
The UU policy review, being launched in conjunction with Action Mental Health, is a call to action for a ten year mental health strategy in Northern Ireland – the only UK region without one. It comes in the face of rising suicide rates and a system delivered in a fragmented and piecemeal manner.