Archives: 2018

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Mark “Max” Maxwell (LTC) visits CRoLS

On the 29th of November, Mark “Max” Maxwell (LTC), Deputy Legal Counsel, U.S. Africa Command visited the Centre for Conflict, Rule of Law and Society (CRoLS) and gave a topical… »

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Screening Human Life

Conflict, Rule of Law and Society (CROLS) researcher, Jeffrey Wale, has published a paper on Screening Human Life in the Architecture Media Politics Society (AMPS) Journal Proceedings Series. This publication is… »

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INFOSOC (Autumn) Research Seminar Series 2018

The INFOSOC seminar series, a project of the Bournemouth University Law Department, is underway. The informative talks available are listed below: Telematics insurance and the duty of data portability 7… »

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Launch of Nursing for Long-Term Health

Nursing for Long-Term Health (N4LH) is one of BU’s newest research centres. The buzz and energy at the team’s inaugural away day at the end of July 2018 was fantastic,… »

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Hidden Dorset Report

This month saw the launch of the Dorset Community Foundation’s Hidden Dorset Report. Dr Mel Hughes, Seldom Heard Voices Research Centre and Academic lead for the PIER partnership supported the… »

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Ada Lovelace Day: celebrating our female researchers

Tuesday 9 October is Ada Lovelace Day: a day to celebrate the achievements of women in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) fields. It was founded in memory of Ada Lovelace, (1815–1852)… »

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Next steps in Support4Nurses

Upon the portal being launched at RBCH, the team are now moving forward with our qualitative data collection. They will be interviewing registered nurses (RN) within the Older Person’s Medicine… »

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