News and Events
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By Pamela Schweitzer | 16 Jul 2018 |
Reminiscence specialist Pam Schweitzer talks about her Churchill Fellowship researching reminiscence and arts for older people with dementia, and the impact her...
By Erica McInnis | 9 Jul 2018 |
Clinical psychologist Erica McInnis talks about her Churchill Fellowship researching African psychology and its benefits for mental health and wellbeing, and the impact...
By Jacqueline Broadhead | 4 Jul 2018 |
Senior researcher Jacqueline Broadhead talks about her Churchill Fellowship researching how cities can better integrate migrants, and the impact her Fellowship has had...
22 Jun 2018 |
“If one ever needs a morale boost to raise the spirits and know that there are people out there doing good in the world, then attending a Churchill Award Ceremony is...
By Kat Taylor | 20 Jun 2018 |
The arts can be used to save money in health and social care services, according to a new report by clinical psychologist Dr Kat Taylor, who travelled to Finland and the...
By Caroline Bradbury-Jones | 5 Jun 2018 |
Frontline health professionals must be better supported to identify and support victims of domestic violence, according to a report by nurse researcher Dr Caroline...
23 May 2018 |
Calling all Churchill Fellows!
27 Apr 2018 |
We are now open for Churchill Fellowship applications for travel in 2019, with three new award categories among 12 under which you can apply. The deadline for...
28 Mar 2018 |
11 Scottish residents have been awarded prestigious Churchill Fellowships offering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel the world and research cutting-edge...
By Lyndsay Fraser Robertson | 15 Mar 2018 |
Mothers and pregnant women affected by substance use should be given access to residential recovery programs, according to a new report by Lyndsay Fraser Robertson, a...