The list shows the most recently published resources on our website.
24 February 2016
This new tool for teenage pregnancy leads in local authorities brings together data and evidence about factors that affect outcomes for teenage parents and their babies. It allows you to model the poten ...
/default.aspx&QN=TPOMT - 24/02/2016
The Teenage Parent Outcomes Modelling Tool presents data about conceptions and births for each local authority and makes comparisons with the region, England and statistical neighbours. You can use the tool to model the ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278244 - 4.8 MB - 24/02/2016
This report from the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) takes a ‘cradle to grave’ approach to considering the impact of air pollution on our health.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278254 - 23/02/2016
The current and previous Government have introduced a wide range of measures which will affect family incomes up to 2020. Using case studies, this briefing shows how the overall income of different family types are likel ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278251 - 23/02/2016
The data collated for this research suggests that between 25-50% of trafficking victims in the UK are pregnant or have children, either accompanying them in the UK or residing in their home country. The research assessed ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278249 - 23/02/2016
The National Maternity Review has published its recommendations for how services should change over the next five years in this report. The NHS England commissioned review – led by independent experts and chaired by Baro ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278192 - 23/02/2016
These charts show the percentage change from the 1998 baseline for under 18 conceptions for top tier local authorities and are broken down by PHE centre area.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278148 - 328 KB - 23/02/2016
This study examined young refugees’ impressions and experience of mental health services integrated within the school system.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278269 - 22/02/2016
Sir Stephen Bubb’s original report ‘Winterbourne View – Time for Change’ followed the failure of Government to address the abuses revealed by the Winterbourne View scandal. This new report details the findings of his con ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278176 - 22/02/2016
This blog post considers the implications of a Swedish population registry study, which finds that people with eating disorders and their close relations are at increased risk for attempting and/or completing suicide.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278137 - 22/02/2016
Letting the Future In is a service designed by the NSPCC for children aged 4 to 17 years who have been sexually abused. This independent report, from University of Bristol and Durham University, draws on information from ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278126 - 22/02/2016
The Lancet editorial discusses the UK All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Health in All Policies' findings from their inquiry into the effects of the proposed Welfare Reform and Work Bill 2015–16 on child poverty and ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278033 - 20/02/2016
The aim of this study was to investigate whether intergroup contact in addition to education is more effective than education alone in reducing stigma of mental illness in adolescents.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278171 - 19/02/2016
This report, from Cancer Research UK and the UK Health Forum, predicts the impact a 20 per cent sugary drinks tax could have on obesity if current trends continue, and the amount the tax could save in healthcare and soci ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278106 - 19/02/2016
This report presents findings from the Millennium Cohort Study (MCS). It describes variations in contact between children and non-resident parents, and use of court for settling contact or financial arrangements. The rep ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278039 - 19/02/2016
This blog post charts the presence of tobacco and alcohol in YouTube music videos and considers the impact that this content has on adults and young people in Britain.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=277676 - 19/02/2016
This paper intends to provide governors, head teachers and teachers with practical guidelines to help them implement holistic life-skills based education programmes to ensure young people build resilience to alcohol and ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=277693 - 18/02/2016
The aim of this study was to establish an estimate of self-harm prevalence in a nationally representative sample of community adolescents and to examine associations between self-harm and wellbeing.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278168 - 17/02/2016
This dynamic report provides evidence-based information on prevalence, incidence and risk factors relating to children and young people with disabilities for each local authority in England.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=277395 - 17/02/2016
This dynamic report provides a summary of demand, risk factors, provision and outcomes relating to disability for services in each local authority area.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=277392 - 17/02/2016
These self-assessment tools are designed to help commissioners and local health economies assess their progress in implementing key national policy. The tools are based on the components of the National Service Framework ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=277375 - 17/02/2016
This Healthwatch briefing shows how important it is that people are asked about their experiences of mental health services, and that their feedback is used to inform improvements. It highlights examples of work local He ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=277523 - 16/02/2016
This is the second research report from the Wave 2 of the Children’s Worlds survey – an international study about children’s lives and well-being from their own perspectives. This report focuses on the 8-years-old age g ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=277294 - 16/02/2016
This study directly examined the relationship between delayed walking and severity of intellectual disability in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) versus other non-ASD diagnoses.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=277553 - 15/02/2016
This report explores the biggest challenges facing young people today. It is based on a survey that asked 1600 young people, and those working with them on a daily basis, to assess the nature of the challenges they face.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=277217 - 15/02/2016
This blog post discusses the findings of a recent review into suicidality and aggression during antidepressant treatment. The systematic review and meta-analyses were based on clinical study reports and included some imp ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=277140 - 15/02/2016
This is the final report of the independent Mental Health Taskforce, set up by the NHS as part of its Five Year Forward View to build consensus on how to improve services for people of all ages. It gives a frank assessme ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=277135 - 15/02/2016
This systematic review and synthesis of qualitative research explored contextual factors relevant to non-pharmacological interventions for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in schools.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278178 - 12/02/2016
This report examines the economic challenges of youth mental health problems in England. It summarises findings from a review of the international evidence on the economic impact of youth mental health services, an analy ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=277139 - 12/02/2016
This study identifies drinking styles that place teens at greatest risk of later alcohol use disorders (AUD).
/resource/item.aspx&RID=277160 - 11/02/2016
This report summarises research into young carers and their families in England, including their access to support and services, the nature of care young carers provide and the effect of caring responsibilities on young ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=276762 - 11/02/2016
This report explores the experiences of
young cancer patients and parents of finding out that they, or their child, had cancer, with a particular focus on their experiences of primary care. It also provides an insight i ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=276618 - 11/02/2016
This paper examines variability in delivery of health improvement actions among secondary schools in Wales, and whether variability is linked to organisational commitment to health, socioeconomic status and school size.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278116 - 10/02/2016
Using innovative methods, the researchers systematically searched for and synthesised published theoretical literature describing what is meant by positive youth development and how it might reduce substance use and viol ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278114 - 10/02/2016
This is the report of an inquiry by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Health in All Policies into the impact of the Welfare Reform and Work Bill 2015-2016 on child poverty, and health and wellbeing (including inequali ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=278031 - 10/02/2016
This resource explains the different forms of cyberbullying, their impact on children and what parents, carers and schools can do to help a child deal with it.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=277679 - 10/02/2016
This letter gives an update on the government’s actions relating to PSHE and SRE in schools.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=276621 - 10/02/2016
The Monitor of Engagement with the Natural Environment (MENE) children’s survey is a pilot study to test the methodology for development of a national indicator for children’s access to the natural environment.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=276614 - 10/02/2016
This report by the Family and Childcare Trust examines the link between staff pay and quality in nurseries in England.
/resource/item.aspx&RID=276536 - 10/02/2016
Following Ofsted’s 2011 survey and the subsequent Taylor review of alternative provision, the Department for Education commissioned Ofsted to carry out another survey of alternative provision, this time taking place over ...
/resource/item.aspx&RID=276631 - 09/02/2016