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Body, Mind, Media

A collection of resources to help ensure the wellbeing of your family.

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Expand your skills and knowledge and open the door to new opportunities in the world of volunteering.

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Continue your professional development and identify future training needs and opportunities.

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My career goal: Health and science

Whether your interest is in pharmaceuticals, disease treatment or chemical research, you can help break new discoveries and improve our scientific understanding. This page has info on career options from food science to forensics, and working for the NHS.

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My career goal: Social care

You can change lives by using your personal skills to aid those in need. Your communication skills, resilience and empathy are key assets when working in social care, a crucial societal structure that matters to everybody.

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No sex please, we're British!

There have been major changes in sexual attitudes over the years, but what are the views of the ‘average’ British person in terms of sex? Try our sexual attitudes interactive 'No sex please, we’re British!' to see how your views compare to the majority.

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Seventeen 17-year-olds tell us what they want from the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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The benefits of mindfulness and five common myths surrounding it

Mindfulness has grown in popularity in recent years but how exactly can we apply it and what misconceptions surround the practice? This article explores...

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Advance Care Planning (ACP ) - Discuss, Decide, Document and Share

Advance Care Planning (ACP) is the process of thinking about, documenting and sharing one’s wishes, beliefs, values and preferences for one’s future care. This process is often captured in a document called an advance care plan. The plan and the conversations around it can be used to help align and coordinate care around these preferences. This means that the care people receive towards the end of their life is more likely to be the kind of care they want.

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Lesbian, gay and bisexual teenagers at much greater risk of depression

Adolescence can be tough for young people, but it can be especially hard for teenagers who aren’t straight. Dr Mathijs Lucassen explains. 

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Positivity Portal

Get the best start to 2021 with advice from Open University academics and FREE courses on mental health, wellbeing, careers and money management. 

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Understanding research with children and young people

The course covers why it is important to include children and young people in research about their lives. It explores what it means to carry out research with children and young people. The course gives an insight into the fundamental rights of children and young people contained in the UNCRC, it provides a framework which can underpin all research with and by children, to help start to formulate research project ideas and consider how to go about carrying them out.

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