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Born and Bred in Wakefield: New exhibition celebrating families living in Wakefield District launched

Wakefield Museums & Castles’ new online exhibition explores the experience of families living in the Wakefield district who have recently had a baby. The exhibition, entitled Born and Bred in...

New Research Paper – Cohort Profile Update: Born in Bradford

The Born in Bradford (BiB) cohort is based in Bradford—a large city in the north of England in the UK. The aim of the cohort is to explore why some...

New Research Paper – Maternal Enhanced and Critical Care (MEaCC) in Yorkshire and the Humber: regional implementation of an enhanced maternal care pathway and data collection 

Enhanced Maternal Care (EMC) is a new standard of care for women who become unwell during or shortly after pregnancy. Clinicians in Bradford have been at the forefront of developing...

New Report – An evidence-based plan for addressing the autism assessment and support crisis

New analysis reveals autism assessment and support crisis with tens of thousands of children waiting months and years for help after demand rockets by over 300% since Covid. A report...

Supervised toothbrushing toolkit to tackle tooth decay in children

Researchers from the University of Sheffield, University of Leeds and Bradford Improvement Academy, have developed free online resources for NHS organisations, local government, schools, nurseries and parents, as part of...

New Research Paper – Factors associated with gestational weight gain in women with morbid obesity

Women with the highest levels of obesity are known to have different patterns of weight gain during pregnancy than other women. This study looked at what factors were linked to...

Three Yorkshire cities will be joining our ARC’s Born and Bred in (BaBi) Research network!

BaBi is network of local electronic birth cohort studies that work together to link routine data across health, education, and social care to create a picture of families’ lives over...

YHARC wins funding from the Department of Health and Social Care to establish a Yorkshire Adolescent Mental Health Collaboratory

As part of the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) Mental Health Initiative, the Yorkshire and Humber Applied Research Collaboration (YH ARC) will receive almost £750,000 to support and...

Collaborating to improve child and maternal health – PenARC and ARC Yorkshire and Humber

The Child Health and Maternity priority programme, led by PenARC and ARC Yorkshire and Humber, have worked collaboratively on a prioritisation process, bringing together stakeholders from across England to identify...

ARC Yorkshire and Humber Research Team Wins ‘Dialogue and Change’ award for their patient and public involvement and engagement work

An ARC Yorkshire and Humber Research Team based at the University of York, that evaluated Wakefield District Housing’s Mental Health Navigator scheme has been awarded the ‘Dialogue and Change’ award...

New Family Advisory Group launches in Hull

Researchers from our ARC Yorkshire and Humber Early Life and Prevention theme have launched a new Family Advisory Group in Hull. The first meeting of the group on the 29th...

#ShapeTheFuture

Today sees the start of the NIHR The Shape the Future campaign celebrating the work and impact of the NHS research workforce. It encourages researchers to learn more about research,...