Our Work

Innate Health Research builds evidence-based, peer-reviewed research to increase awareness and access to innate health programming.

Voices of Resilience

Dive into the ongoing narrative with our latest stakeholder report, "Voices of Resilience," a sequel to our inaugural report on the A Slice of Happiness (ASOH) program. In collaboration with Dr. Geraldine Brown at Coventry University, Innate Health Research explores the continued impact on vulnerable and home-insecure adults in Hertfordshire, UK, drawing from 165 survey responses and 38 qualitative interviews. Join us in uncovering the enduring effects of ASOH through participant voices and insights.

Nici Butchart
Jeanne Catherine
Geraldine Brown Assistant Professor at Coventry University

Nici Butchart & Jeanne Catherine & Geraldine Brown

November 1, 2023

Another Slice Of Happiness?

This preliminary report is about the social and psychological effects of the A Slice of Happiness (ASOH) programme. So far, a total of 99 respondents of the ASOH intervention have enrolled in the research and answered a variety of questions about wellbeing, anxiety, depression, somatization and prosocial and antisocial behavior (dependent variables) and innate health, resilience and social inclusion (mediating variables).

Adriaan Denkers
Jeanne Catherine

Adriaan Denkers, PhD & Jeanne Catherine

March 2, 2023

Innate health, addiction & mental health

Substance use disorder (SUD) constitutes a large societal problem. The 2019 National survey on drug use and health revealed that 60.1% of Americans (older than 12 years) reported to have used drugs during the last month. In 2019, more than 70,000 Americans died from a drug overdose.

Jeanne Catherine
Adriaan Denkers

Jeanne Catherine & Adriaan Denkers, PhD

January 31, 2023

Voices of Resilience

Dive into the ongoing narrative with our latest stakeholder report, "Voices of Resilience," a sequel to our inaugural report on the A Slice of Happiness (ASOH) program. In collaboration with Dr. Geraldine Brown at Coventry University, Innate Health Research explores the continued impact on vulnerable and home-insecure adults in Hertfordshire, UK, drawing from 165 survey responses and 38 qualitative interviews. Join us in uncovering the enduring effects of ASOH through participant voices and insights.

Nici Butchart
Jeanne Catherine
Geraldine Brown Assistant Professor at Coventry University

Nici Butchart & Jeanne Catherine & Geraldine Brown

November 1, 2023

Another Slice Of Happiness?

This preliminary report is about the social and psychological effects of the A Slice of Happiness (ASOH) programme. So far, a total of 99 respondents of the ASOH intervention have enrolled in the research and answered a variety of questions about wellbeing, anxiety, depression, somatization and prosocial and antisocial behavior (dependent variables) and innate health, resilience and social inclusion (mediating variables).

Adriaan Denkers
Jeanne Catherine

Adriaan Denkers, PhD & Jeanne Catherine

March 2, 2023

Innate health, addiction & mental health

Substance use disorder (SUD) constitutes a large societal problem. The 2019 National survey on drug use and health revealed that 60.1% of Americans (older than 12 years) reported to have used drugs during the last month. In 2019, more than 70,000 Americans died from a drug overdose.

Jeanne Catherine
Adriaan Denkers

Jeanne Catherine & Adriaan Denkers, PhD

January 31, 2023

Collaborate with Innate Health Research

We work closely with practitioners, academics and funders to provide research-backed evidence for innate health. If you’d like to work with us on a project, please get in touch

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