We collaborate with patient and public involvement groups to support all stages of the research process including development, delivery, sharing results and translating research into practice.
Below are examples of the range subjects within our research themes explored by collaborations at the Wolfson CAHR – follow the links to find out more about each activity.
- The Centre for Applied Education Research (CAER) is committed to improving educational outcomes for children and young people (CYP) through the power of science.
Birth to 5 years:
- Assessing Language Skills at Secondary School
- The Q-BEx Project: Creating a Tool to Document Bilingual Language Experience
- Secondary School Assessment of Reading Comprehension
- Working Memory and Learning in the Classroom
Child Health in Schools
- INSCHOOL Project
- Oral Health Lessons and Text Messaging (BRIGHT)
- Supporting Parents with Children with Autism with Oral Health (ToothPASTE)
- School and Nursery Toothbrushing Clubs (BRUSH)
- Air Cleaning Technologies (ACT)
- Glasses in Classes
Integrated Data Analytics
- Helping Handwriting Shine
- School-based Fundamental Movement Skill Screening (FUNMOVES)
- Toward Healthy Education: Accelerated Learning of Playground Skills (The Alps)
- Turbo Typing
- Disentangling the contribution of sensorimotor processes and cognitive inhibition to mathematical attainment in children and adolescents
- Creating Active Schools (CAS)
- Physical Active Learning (PAL)
- Standing Desk Intervention (Stand Out in Class)
Social, Emotional, and Mental Health
The Healthy Ageing Research Centre (HARC) is a collaborative group of staff from the University of Leeds Academic Unit for Ageing and Stroke Research Unit (ASR Unit) and the University of Bradford’s Centre for Applied Dementia Studies (CfADS). Collaborators meet bi-monthly to develop the Wolfson CAHR ‘Healthy Ageing’ theme and collaborative working opportunities, engage with focussed presentations and discuss research proposals.