Health, Wellbeing & Society: Research News

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Representing Dementia in Film and Fiction: Event Invitation

Dr David Orr, University of Sussex and Dr Yugin Teo, Bournemouth University will be presenting selected examples of engagement with dementia within cinema and crime fiction, asking how these narratives… »

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Research Photography Competition awards ceremony today

The awards ceremony for this year’s Research Photography Competition is taking place on Tuesday, 20 March from 1-2pm. The winners that you’ve been voting for will be revealed and awarded… »

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Congratulations to the winners of this year’s SURE 2018

Around 80 students took part in BU’s third annual undergraduate research conference: Showcasing Undergraduate Research Excellence (SURE).  The conference is an excellent opportunity for undergraduates and recent graduates to share their work and develop… »

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Health and wellbeing insight within RBCH Trust

To gain further insight in regards to health and wellbeing within the RBCH trust, we held a consultation with staff who aid and draw awareness to aspects of health and… »

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Why suicide rates among pregnant women in Nepal are rising

Shutterstock/By KristinaSophie By Bibha Simkhada, Liverpool John Moores University and Edwin van Teijlingen, Bournemouth University Huge numbers of pregnant women and new mothers are taking their own lives in Nepal… »

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Interdisciplinary Research Week 2018

Join us from 19-23 March 2018 to celebrate the breadth and excellence of Bournemouth University’s interdisciplinary research, and stimulate new collaborations and ideas amongst the University’s diverse research community. Bournemouth… »

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Screening Human Life

Jeffrey Wale (Lecturer in Law and Member of the Centre for Conflict, Rule of Law & Society) presented a paper on ‘Screening Human Life – The Legal and Ethical Implications of… »

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Partnership between ESOTICS Research Group and Paddy Power Betfair

The Engineering and Social Informatics Research Group (ESOTICS) at Bournemouth University, as part of the Digital Addiction and EROGamb research projects, have entered into partnership with Paddy Power Betfair to support the ongoing effort on… »

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Presenting the SAIL Project and EMM to colleagues

Last week at the Faculty of Health & Social Sciences Research Seminar, Professor Ann Hemingway and Dr Holly Crossen-White presented an overview of the SAIL project. During the presentation, Dr Holly Crossen-White… »

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