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Children, classroom, raising hands, teacher at front

School readiness at age 4-5 could help predict unemployment and education drop-out at age 16-17, according to a study led by the University of Leeds with Lancaster University.

Students from Leeds University Nursing Society at the School of Healthcare celebration event and awards ceremony

More than 100 students, staff and practice partners from across the School of Healthcare community came together on Friday 28 June to celebrate their achievements and work over the last year.

An older couple walking across a bridge

Patients’ risk of falling in the next 12 months could be predicted from their NHS data using a newly developed calculator.

elderly group sitting chatting representing  Successful ageing psychology research at the University of Leeds

Reimagine Ageing Doctoral Research Programme to improve quality of life, functional capacity and well-being of older people and through the Leeds Reimagine Ageing (RA) Network. Deadline 7 May.

Older people in a care home setting. Two are playing chess and one person is looking at a book with a carer. Another person is sitting in a wheelchair talking to a carer.

Care home residents receive much better care when they enjoy ‘family’ bonds with staff – but staff must be empowered to create these bonds, new research has found.