Early Career Researchers from across Wales will present their research on wellbeing with diverse populations. From trauma-informed culture in the Youth Justice Service, the investigation of wellbeing predictors of sexual minority UK adolescents, to mindfulness-based interventions used for health promotion. The webinar will also explore the role of physical health, physical activity and the importance of body-based strategies to manage mental health. The session will also be an opportunity to share resources that ECRs can use when facing stress and anxiety.
Attendees will be encouraged to discuss what strategies have worked for them to maintain their wellbeing.
Panel members include:
- Dr Tegan Brierley-Sollis, Lecturer In Policing, Criminology, and Trauma-Informed Approaches, Wrexham Glyndŵr University
- Dr Paula Foscarini-Craggs, Trial Manager and Research Associate, Centre for Trials Research, Cardiff University
- Dr Lucy Bryning, Health and Wellbeing Research and Development Innovation Officer, Bangor University
- Dr Becky Amos, Research Officer- Adverse Childhood Experiences, School of Medical and Health Sciences, Bangor University
The event will be chaired by:
- Professor Ann John (LSW), Professor of Public Health and Psychiatry; Deputy Head, Swansea Medical School, Swansea University
This event will be held in English only