Health, Wellbeing & Society: Research News

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Research Photography Competition: prize giving

Thank you to everyone who entered or voted for an image in this year’s Research Photography Competition.  Hundreds of staff, students and members of the public have helped to select… »

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Fertility Control – An Interdisciplinary Approach

Professor Sam Rowlands (FHSS)* and Jeffrey Wale (FMC)** have today published a paper ‘Sterilisations at delivery or after childbirth: Addressing continuing abuses in the consent process’ in the international journal,… »

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SURE: book your free ticket

The SURE (Showcasing Undergraduate Research Excellence) conference is returning for its fourth year, taking place on 20 March. Over 90 submissions have been received on a wide range of subjects, including discrimination and… »

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Research photography competition voting is live!

This year’s Research Photography Competition has focused on the theme of place – perhaps the place the research was carried out, a place which inspired research or a location that… »

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Active Ageing Pathway Evaluation Update: January 2019

On Wednesday 30th January, as part of the Active Ageing Pathway Evaluation, Andy Powell of BUCRU attended Active Dorset’s first Wellbeing Event of 2019, at Lighthouse, Poole. Wellbeing Events form… »

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Press release showcasing TRACS

Tomorrow’s Care published a recent press release about the aims and current work occurring within the TRACS project. It is exciting to see the interest of this project and further… »

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FACETS Goes Global: AUSTRALIA

Globally, use and adoption of FACETS – a group-based face-to-face fatigue management programme for people with multiple sclerosis – continues to rise and we will be detailing this worldwide impact… »

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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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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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