December 10th is Human Rights Day. To mark the occasion we invited the authors of a recently published article in BMC International Health and Human Rights, to… Read more »
Earlier this week the annual meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology was held in San Francisco. In attendance was Associate Editor for BMC Biology,… Read more »
Published today in Research Involvement and Engagement a new study looks at patients’ motivations and interest in research and asks why they aren’t being… Read more »
A wait-list controlled trial published today in BMC Medicine provides the evidence for use of volunteer support intervention in palliative care. Here, author… Read more »
A new study, published today in BMC Psychiatry explores the role of pets within the personal communities of those living with a mental health condition. Here,… Read more »
The ISRCTN registry was invited to present findings on improving outcome measures listed in clinical trial records at this years COMET VI meeting in Amsterdam.… Read more »
An origami microscope: built by cleverly folding a single sheet of A4 card.
Social Cognitive Theory (SCT) is among the most influential theories in psychology, but it is expressed almost entirely in narrative form.
In this podcast, we talk to Heather Rogers about her recently published review in Psychology: Research and Review that discusses the history of heart disease… Read more »