Health, Wellbeing & Society: Research News

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The Right to Know and the Right Not to Know Revisited

CROL’s researchers, Professor Roger Brownsword and Jeff Wale have published a paper on the ‘right to know’ and the ‘right not to know’ in the Asian Bioethics Review (downloadable here)…. »

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Photo of the Week: Tiddles- the playful data analyst!

Tiddles- the playful data analyst! Our next instalment of the ‘Photo of the Week’ series features Andrea Lacey‘s image of her cat Tiddles playing in her data transcripts.  The series is… »

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CoPMRE Fourteenth Annual Symposium

Healthcare Simulation: playing seriously Wednesday 18 October 2017 9.00-16.30 Executive Business Centre The Centre of Postgraduate Medical Research and Education (CoPMRE) is pleased to announce the Fourteenth Annual Symposium, Healthcare… »

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Why psychologists have got it wrong on 13 Reasons Why

Since its debut the Netflix drama series, 13 Reasons Why, has been at the centre of a media firestorm. Psychologists and mental health groups have spoken out publicly against the… »

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BU awarded research grant to improve nurse retention

Researchers from Bournemouth University’s Faculty of Health & Social Sciences have received a grant of £140,000 from the Burdett Trust for Nursing. The researchers will be working to study and… »

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Remembering Rio and the Paralympics

Researchers looking at the effect the Paralympics had on social change and cultural legacy are keen to hear about your memories and experiences of watching the Paralympic Games last summer. If… »

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The NHS faces a staffing crisis for years to come

From August, nursing, midwifery and most allied health students will no longer have their tuition fees paid by the NHS, nor will they receive maintenance bursaries. This will undoubtedly affect… »

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Photo of the Week: The ORI Gait Lab

The ORI Gait Lab Our next instalment of the ‘Photo of the Week’ series features Shayan Bahadori’s image of the ORI Gait lab. The series is a weekly instalment which features an… »

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Understanding panic attacks

Professor Roger Baker is a clinical psychologist and researcher who has carried out extensive research into emotional processing.  This includes work to help people overcome trauma and understand panic attacks. … »

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