The Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions Research Unit (NMAHP RU) is a multidisciplinary national research unit, funded by the Scottish Government Health Directorate Chief Scientist Office (CSO). It has academic bases within Glasgow Caledonian University and the University of Stirling.

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NMAHP Research Unit eBulletin March/April 2016 - April 12, 2016

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NMAHP Research Unit eBulletin January/February 2016 - January 28, 2016

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Newsletter Nov-Dec15
NMAHP Research Unit eBulletin November/December 2015 - November 30, 2015

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PhDStudentships
Three Full-Time PhD Studentships available at University of Stirling - October 30, 2015

To critically examine the impact of Scotland’s framework for children’s services upon the wellbeing of children in Scotland

This is a unique opportunity to apply for one of three full-time, PhD Studentships based in the newly formed Centre for Child Wellbeing and Protection. The Studentships are fully funded by the University of Stirling in partnership with Children in Scotland, Social Work Scotland, NHS Forth Valley and The Aberlour Child Care Trust.

Closing date for applications is Fri 11th December 2015.

Click here for Further details and how to apply

Recent Publications
Archibald, D., Douglas, F., Hoddinott, P., van Teijlingen, E., Stewart, F., Robertson, C., et al. (2015).

A qualitative evidence synthesis on the management of male obesity. BMJ Open, 5(10), e008372.

Arensman, E., Koburger, N., Larkin, C., Karwig, G., Coffey, C., Maxwell, M., et al. (2015).

Depression awareness and self-management through the internet: An internationally standardised approach. JMIR Research Protocols, 4(3), e99.

Boa, S., Duncan, E., Wyke, S., & Haraldsdottir, E. (2015).

Goal setting in palliative care: A structured review. Progress in Palliative Care, 22(6), 326-333.

Booth, J., Connolly, L., Lawrence, M., Chalmers, C., Joice, S., Becker, N., et al. (2015).

Evidence of perceived psychosocial stress as a risk factor for stroke in adults: A meta-analysis. BMC Neurology, 15(1), 233.

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