Research on Child & Adolescent Worries by Dr. Line Caes Gains National Attention

A‌ study carried out by  Dr Line Caes at the School of Psychology & Centre for Pain Research at NUI Galway in collaboration with Professor Christopher Eccleston and Dr Emma Fisher both from the Centre for Pain Research at Bath University has made the news, highlighting the different pathways of normal development of worrisome thoughts in children and young adolescents, dependent on the child’s gender and pubertal status


Society for Social Medicine Newsletter

The Centre for Pain Research featured in the Society for Social Medicine's Summer 2015 newsletter, with a short piece covering our current activities. Read the rest of the newsletter here

CPR in SocSocMed newsletter

ACT Recruitment

As part of the recruitment of participants, our study of online Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for chronic pain has been receiving attention in the media.  

Listen to Dr. Christopher Dwyer explain it on Galway Bay FM:

The Galway Advertiser have also published a piece describing the trial and background, read it here.

The Irish Independent: