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Newsflash from BRIGHTLIGHT

The BRIGHTLIGHT Team would like to announce our transparency statement

Date 30/05/2018

Nurturing new knowledge and networking with nurses: Reflections on attending my first RCN International Nursing Research Conference 2018

Our BRIGHTLIGHT leader, Rachel, is a member of the RCN Research Society and is on the International Research Conference S

Date 21/05/2018

Sarcoma: a tale of two narratives?

February has been Sarcoma Month for the BRIGHTLIGHT team. At the beginning of the month Rachel was invited to present at

Date 21/03/2018

BRIGHTLIGHT Team reflections on 2017

We’ve been reflecting on 2017, which was an incredibly busy year for us but our conclusion is 2017 was AWESOME!

Date 05/02/2018

“SCIENCE IS ORGANIZED KNOWLEDGE”: a blog from SIOP, Washington DC

 

SCIENCE IS ORGANIZED KNOWLEDGE
Herbert Spencer, Essays, "The Genesis of Science," Vol. ii

Date 10/11/2017

Reflections of being a PhD student in the BRIGHTLIGHT team

As BRIGHTLIGHT’s doctoral student and recently becoming the Research Facilitator, I’d like to share with you a little

Date 19/10/2017

Getting the evidence out there

One of the things researchers, clinicians and I think about longitudinal research, and patients find frustrating, is the

Date 15/09/2017

The BRIGHTLIGHT Survey

Over the years I have received many requests for copies of the BRIGHTLIGHT Survey from academics and healthcare professio

Date 27/10/2015

NEW WEBSITE LAUNCH

Welcome to our new website. After a couple of months planning with the help of our YAP we are delighted to launch the ne

Date 18/10/2015

Wave 1 data collection is complete!

We have reached an important milestone in the main BRIGHTLIGHT Cohort study (young person’s experience of care), which

Date 11/08/2015
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