The Market Research Group (MRG) is an established market and social research team based at Bournemouth University with the aim of delivering high quality research and consultancy to clients.
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Modelling of the effects of development on nearby nature conservation sites has allowed planners and conservation bodies to devise and agree policies to minimise impacts on legally-protected rare bird species.
The most significant aspect of all tourism industries is their absolute dependence on a work force able to lead innovative and progressive change. The International Centre for Tourism and Hospitality Research… »
The Food Service and Nutrition research team, originally established in 1993, as part of Bournemouth University’s International Centre for Tourism and Hospitality Research (ICTHR) has undertaken a wide range of… »
Within Bournemouth University’s International Centre for Tourism and Hospitality Research (ICTHR), there are a team of researchers and academics who study all aspects of the hospitality industry from hotels, restaurants… »
Bournemouth University’s International Centre for Tourism and Hospitality Research has long been at the forefront of research into the effects of new technologies in measuring and driving tourist activity and… »
BU has had an active community of sustainable tourism development researchers since 1993. Situated within the International Centre for Tourism and Hospitality Research, the team conduct research, consultancy and training activities relating… »
Bournemouth University’s International Centre for Tourism and Hospitality Research is home to some of the world’s leading experts in tourism impact modelling and combines a wealth of experience in transferring… »
The researchers in this cluster have a long standing, shared interest in how artist led collective and collaborative practice shapes and delivers societal impact. The research is underpinned by in depth knowledge… »
The Experimental Media Space group is a multidisciplinary research strand centred within Bournemouth University’s EMERGE (Experimental Media Research) Group. Its research is engaged with the relationship between networks, spatial information… »
Bournemouth University’s EMERGE or Experimental Media Research Group is looking into new and innovative developments in media arts and digital media. One particular research focus is on sound processing and… »
Bournemouth University’s EMERGE or Experimental Media Research Group marries the disciplines of new media platforms with design and innovation and often sees academics from both the Media School and the… »
Bournemouth University’s EMERGE or Experimental Media Research group is looking into new and innovative developments in media arts and digital media. Emerge’s research into The Experimental Screen is driven by… »
A two–centre Randomised Double Blind Controlled Trial comparing Intramuscular Diamorphine and Intramuscular Pethidine for labour analgesia – the IDvIP study
Aim To evaluate maternal and neo-natal efficacy and safety of intramuscular diamorphine 7.5mg versus intramuscular pethidine 150mg for labour pain. Objectives Primary maternal outcome measures are pain intensity using… »
Background The resource is an e-learning resource designed to enhance the learning of health professionals involved with supporting mothers to breastfeed. It is suitable for midwives, health visitors, student midwives,… »
How is Patient-Centered Care Affected by Giving Women the Opportunity to Write in Hand Held Healthcare Notes? A Qualitative Investigation
This research funded by the Chief Scientist Office, Scottish Government, Edinburgh and is a joint study led by the University of Dundee in collaboration with the University of Aberdeen and… »
Background Obesity is an increasingly complex aspect of public health which impacts the role and responsibilities of those involved in the healthcare of women and children. It needs to be… »
Wellbeing of Women: Barriers within hospital (either real or perceived) to women seeking facility based birth in Nepal
Background The reduction of maternal mortality is one of the key Millennium Development Goals and is measured by two indicators: (1) a reduction in the maternal mortality ratio (MMR) by… »
Background Antenatal care (ANC) is routine care for the pregnant woman. The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends four ANC visits for every woman. Many rural women in Nepal have fewer… »
Background This pilot study, led by Queen’s University Belfast, is exploring midwifery students’ use of evidence resources and their experience of extracting evidence from current Cochrane midwifery review summaries. … »