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'Fear messaging' unlikely to impact conspiracy theorists

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Public health messaging which relies on ‘fear messaging’ is unlikely to impact on people who tend to believe conspiracy theories, according to new research from a Teesside University academic.

17 May 2022 Research


Professor Vikki Rand, Interim Director of the National Horizons Centre, pictured centre, with NHSX and project partners from HealthBeacon, CDDFT and the Durham Tees Valley Research Alliance.. Link to Professor Vikki Rand, Interim Director of the National Horizons Centre, pictured centre, with NHSX and project partners from HealthBeacon, CDDFT and the Durham Tees Valley Research Alliance..

Helping to support patients to medicate at home

A new project launched at Teesside University’s National Horizons Centre will help to support people with chronic conditions who use self-injectable medications at home.

16 May 2022 Research

 
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Teesside University delivers world-leading research that transforms lives and shapes society

From improving cancer treatment for children, tackling childhood obesity, or helping to move towards cleaner, greener energy provision, research from Teesside University has been shown to demonstrate considerable impact which positively transforms lives.

12 May 2022 Research