Original article posted by Bangor University: https://www.bangor.ac.uk/news/latest/hen-blant-bach-wins-silver-in-international-film-television-award-36444 A programme, of which Bangor University was an integral part, has won a Silver Award in the 2018 New York Festivals International Film and Television Awards. Hen Blant Bach, a production by Darlun production company won the Award in the Community Portraits documentary category. The series was a new… Read more »
Hen Blant Bach nominated for International Film & Television Award
Original article posted by Bangor University: https://www.bangor.ac.uk/news/latest/hen-blant-bach-nominated-for-international-film-television-award-35876 A programme, of which Bangor University was an integral part, has received international praise by reaching the 2018 New York Festivals International Film and Television Awards final. Hen Blant Bach, a production by Darlun production company is nominated in the Community Portraits category. The series was a new factual format… Read more »
Tears and laughter as young and old share experiences
Over recent months, in care centres across Wales, an innovative social experiment has been taking place – and the results are astonishing. In a new series of three emotional programmes on S4C, starting Sunday, 10 December, Hen Blant Bach shows what can happen when six children share their day care with a group of pensioners… Read more »
The science of everyday hand use : Call for participants!
A KESS 2 funded research project at Bangor University are looking for healthy adults to compare with patients who have injured hands as part of an ongoing study. The project works alongside NHS Wales and Bangor University’s School of Psychology. To find out more, or if you are interested in taking part, contact email@example.com or call 01248 388587
Documenting three good things could improve your mental well-being in work
Article by Kate Isherwood, KESS 2 PhD Student (School of Psychology, Bangor University). Originally published by The Conversation on September 4, 2017. Read the original article. The UK is facing a mental health crisis in the workplace. Around 4.6m working people – 7% of the British population – suffer from either depression or anxiety. In total, 25% of all EU citizens will report a… Read more »
Positive Psychology project aims to improve work place wellbeing and individuals job prospects in Rhyl
In a world where most of us spend a large part of our lives at work, we need to create environment that fosters productivity, motivation and in-work support. A student at Bangor University has been given just this task. Kate Isherwood, a PhD student in the School of Psychology will be researching the use of Positive Psychology and Behaviour Change techniques, in the workplace, under the supervision of Professor John Parkinson.