Between 24th February and 2nd March it’s Eating Disorders Awareness Week, run by the national charity B-eat. The week aims to raise awareness and understanding of eating disorders, and challenge the stereotypes and stigma around them. Continue reading
Leapfrog’s name has long been synonymous with qualitative flair and agility. Following a change of management and the move to London, the brand is facing an exciting future with confidence. We have a fantastic opportunity for a highly capable and ambitious qualitative research director to head the Leapfrog team. Consumer qual experts, charismatic leaders, with an innovative approach to problem solving, exceptional strategic skills and commercial capability should apply! Full details here.
NHS Change Day is a fantastic grassroots movement that seeks pledges which will positively impact on care and improve health and well-being for all.
We joined in last year, with our staff registering as blood and organ donors. This year we are widening our involvement as it really makes a difference. Please get involved and like and join our pledges here.
There’s much talk of a shortage in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) in both the US and the UK. In the UK, there is general consensus that there is a shortage – Read Professor John Perkins’ Review of Engineering Skills (BIS Nov 2013) Continue reading
One in four people will suffer from a mental health condition in the course of a year in the UK, and while there’s a lot of talk about mental health in abstract terms, it’s another question entirely whether individual people feel able to talk about their own mental health. Continue reading