This section is intended to provide opportunities for showing work prepared by students and others early in their careers. It is hoped to include dissertations, essays, poster presentations and other material prepared for external events, as well as various kinds of “pre-articles” which could eventually lead to full articles. We are keen to encourage and attract a mixture of topics and formats, and to emphasise how the website offers practical opportunities for career development. For further information, please email https://www.herts.ac.uk/intellectualdisability/contact-us
“A massive learning curve” - the experience of parents of children with Sanfilippo Syndrome (a mucopolysaccharide storage disorder) and challenging behaviour
How learning disability specific training for professionals in hospital settings could enhance patient care
Mental Health Inpatients with autistic spectrum conditions, their desire and fear of discharge - a phenomenological study
The proposed project management plan aims to support women with learning disabilities living in the community who may be experiencing domestic violence
A career in Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability is like no other
Psychiatrists in intellectual disability specialise in the recognition, diagnosis and management of mental health problems in people with intellectual disabilities. But that is really just the beginning.