Strong link between childhood trauma and self-harming in teenagers is found in new University of Bristol study
The University of Bristol is for the first time using a large family study to look at links between childhood trauma and self-harming in teenagers.
A total of 4,300 young people from the Bristol’s Children of the 90s study were used to see if adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) eg abuse, domestic violence are linked to self-harming at 16.
6 September 2019
NHS Long Term Plan
We asked the public how they would spend the government's £20 million a year investment into the NHS over the next 10 years to improve services locally #WhatWouldYouDo
We asked the public to share their views in general and a condition-specific suirveys and ran a series of focus groups based around the NHS's Long Term Plan.
4 March 2019
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust to roll out Trans Awareness training
Healthwatch across Bristol, North Somerset, South Glos were delighted to receive an official response from University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust to the Trans report that joint Healthwatch published in June 2018.
31 January 2019
Healthwatch Bristol nominee Errol Campbell comes second at the Healthwatch England Conference 2018
Errol Campbell from the Friends of Caswell Thompson, local Bristol hero, was nominated by Healthwatch Bristol for this year’s #ItStartsWithYou award at the Healthwatch England Conference.
8 January 2019