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Asia Analysis April 2023

Asia Analysis April 2023

You are warmly invited to the Spring edition of Asia Analysis, a compelling assortment of profoundly absorbing policy articles on many subjects.
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Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment

Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment (CIPSRT), a knowledge hub for public safety insight and improvement.
North America Analysis - NAA25 January 2023

North America Analysis January 2023

We welcome 2023 with our brand-new volume of North America Analysis. We hear from Dr Nora Volkow, Director of the U.S. National Institute on Drug Abuse, NIH, who highlights five areas where “more research” isn’t needed to curb the overdose crisis.
A view of the marina in the former dockyard area of the town. Hartlepool is a seaside town in Cleveland, England, and the area has been transformed in recent years for leisure and residential use.

Hartlepool Borough Council wants to improve citizens’ lives

2023 is already in full swing and Hartlepool Borough Council has vowed to make the health and wellbeing of its residents a top priority this year.
LONDON, ENGLAND- 2 June 2022: People gathered on the mall for the Queen`s Platinum Jubilee event in London

How to ensure big events have positive long-term impacts

Sir Thomas Hughes-Hallett analyses the economic, health, and communal benefit of big events, outlining five key principles for event organisers.
Three generation Hispanic family standing in the park, smiling to camera

How can Americans attain full health and wellness potential?

Open Access Government examines how the U.S. is building a stronger foundation for a healthier future – one in which every American can attain their full health and wellness potential.
Silhouette of graduates throwing their caps up in the air against a beautiful sunset sky

Supporting student-led learning with data-informed decisions

As student-led learning behaviours become more varied, engaging students with a one-size-fits-all approach will no longer be effective in fostering the best learning and belonging.
A female teacher sits consoling a young student in the corridor

Why we need to treat mental health like physical health in schools

Ben Levinson, OBE, headteacher at Kensington Primary School, shares his thoughts on why mental health should have a positive focus the way physical health does, not a negative one.
Group setting under dark sky using sparklers, happy faces, enjoying leisure time

Rethinking the serious leisure perspective

Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from Frost & Sullivan’s TechCasting Group, urges us to rethink the serious leisure perspective.
Woman stretching whilst sat at office desk, plants next to table, light coming in from window, supporting employee mental health and well-being

15 ways to provide employee mental health & well-being support

Since we spend the majority of our adult lives at work, it is vital that employers provide sufficient employee mental health & well-being support - here's how.
Peter C. Hill - Psychology of religion

Peter C. Hill – Psychology of religion

Dr Hill discusses his research interests into the psychology of religion and its impact on healthy wellbeing.
teleworking in health, post-pandemic

Impact of teleworking in health, wellness & well-being

Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from Frost & Sullivan’s TechCasting Group, describes the impact of teleworking in health, wellness & well-being, beginning with the implications of this in pandemic & post-pandemic scenarios.
employee mental health

Ten ways to protect employee mental health during a global crisis

The last two years created psychological strain, with the pandemic sparking feelings of uncertainty about both professional and personal futures - creating issues for employee mental health.
workplace wellbeing

Championing mental health and workplace wellbeing

Philip Mullen, Managing Director, UK and Europe at LifeWorks, looks at what we can learn from the conversations of elite athletes and how it can be translated into workplace wellbeing.
American Disability Act

70% of physicians unaware of how to treat someone with a disability

Researchers from Mass General have found that physicians are lacking basic understanding on how to care and treat people with disabilities.
acute care workplaces

Delivering care-centred workplaces for acute care

Specialists in acute care Draeger Medical UK Ltd prioritise patient wellbeing and efficiency in holistic approach to a well-designed healthcare workplace
nutrition children

How is children’s mental health associated with nutrition?

According to a study, children who eat better, more nutritional diets, with more fruit and vegetables, have better mental health and wellbeing.
staff wellbeing programmes

Tackling bullying through staff wellbeing programmes

Programmes aimed at improving employee’s mental health and wellbeing have been shown to improve social relationships and reduce workplace bullying.
October 2021 Asia Analysis

October 2021 Asia Analysis

In this Asia Analysis edition, we hear from UEYAMA Takahiro, Council for Science, Technology and Innovation, who details Japan’s 6th Science, Technology and Innovation Basic Plan: Society 5.0 in Pursuit of Peoples’ Well-being Based on Trust and Sharing.
retention in retail

How digital transformation is improving employee wellbeing and retention in retail

Sebastien Sepierre, MD EMEA at Fourth, says that retailers must turn to digital workforce management solutions if they wish to retain and attract staff.

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