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  • Take part in the FACETS Facilitators Survey

    Take part in the FACETS Facilitators Survey

    Evaluating the impact of the FACETS programme since its launch: Facilitators Survey Tell us about how FACETS has made a difference FACETS is a group-based face-to-face fatigue management programme for Multiple... »

  • FACETS impact testimonials

    FACETS impact testimonials

    Evaluating the impact of the FACETS programme since its launch: FACETS Testimonial Survey (UK) Tell us about how FACETS has made a difference to you FACETS (Fatigue: Applying Cognitive behavioural and... »

  • The Improving Nurse Retention Conference 2019

    The Improving Nurse Retention Conference 2019

    Save the date! The Improving Nurse Retention Conference 2019 will be held on the 1st of July. This event will explore the outcomes of a Bournemouth University and Royal Bournemouth... »

  • Humanising Care, Health and Wellbeing Conference 2019

    Humanising Care, Health and Wellbeing Conference 2019

    Humanising Care, Health and Wellbeing Conference 13th -14th June 2019 This conference will be of interest for anybody with an interest in wellbeing: practice, education or research. The Centre for... »

  • Qualitative research collection finished-onto the next stage!

    Qualitative research collection finished-onto the next stage!

    The team have just finished conducting interviews and focus groups with nurses from Royal Bournemouth & Christchurch Hospitals. It was very hard to recruit nurses as they were so busy,... »

  • Press release showcasing TRACS

    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... »

  • FACETS Goes Global: AUSTRALIA

    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... »

  • ADRC launches ageing and dementia friendly environments education workshops to share research and create impact in practice

    ADRC launches ageing and dementia friendly environments education workshops to share research and create impact in practice

    People with dementia often find it more difficult to understand and navigate built environments. Dementia-friendly environments compensate for impairments to maximise independence and quality of life. During the last week... »

  • An update on The TACIT TRIAL: Tai Chi for people with dementia

    An update on The TACIT TRIAL: Tai Chi for people with dementia

    The TACIT TRIAL has reached some important milestones recently. We closed the study to recruitment in July and we completed our last Tai Chi class earlier this month. Data collection... »

  • Launch of Nursing for Long-Term Health

    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,... »

  • Next steps in Support4Nurses

    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... »

  • Mothers, midwives and post-natal ‘blood’ loss

    Mothers, midwives and post-natal ‘blood’ loss

    ‘Blood’ loss after childbirth is a normal occurrence for women, due to the separation of the placenta. Excessive blood loss within the first 24 hours is known as primary post-partum... »

  • The effects of emotional processing on physical health

    The effects of emotional processing on physical health

    Almost every day, we face and overcome any number of small stresses and difficulties which mostly have no effect on our overall wellbeing. However, every now and again we experience... »

  • FACETS Digital Toolkit Workshop Paper Presented at HCI 2018

    FACETS Digital Toolkit Workshop Paper Presented at HCI 2018

    A new paper – Creating a FACETS digital toolkit to promote quality of life of people with multiple sclerosis through participatory design – written by members of the multi-disciplinary FACETS... »

  • ADRC attend 4th EU Falls Festival, Manchester, UK

    ADRC attend 4th EU Falls Festival, Manchester, UK

    Dr Samuel Nyman and Yolanda Barrado-Martín from the Psychology Department and Ageing and Dementia Research Centre (ADRC) attended the 4th EU Falls Festival in Manchester on 2nd and 3rd July 2018.... »

  • ADRC at Open Farm Sunday

    ADRC at Open Farm Sunday

    On Sunday 10 June,  the Ageing and Dementia Research Centre’s Joanne Holmes (RNutr) presented at Open Farm Sunday at Littlewood Farm, Frampton to highlight the role of dairy products to fortify... »

  • Game On!: Promoting inclusive gaming for people with dementia.

    Game On!: Promoting inclusive gaming for people with dementia.

    Over the summer, Bournemouth University’s Ageing and Dementia Research Centre (ADRC) are delivering a free, half day workshop that aims to provide practitioners, care home employees and carers with knowledge and... »

  • Humanising Care, Health and Wellbeing Conference 2018

    Humanising Care, Health and Wellbeing Conference 2018

    Humanising Care, Health and Wellbeing Conference  21st -22nd June 2018 The Centre for Qualitative Research has developed a philosophically driven approach to caring, health and wellbeing which involve humanising practices.... »

  • New publication by Visiting Professor David Kerr

    New publication by Visiting Professor David Kerr

    Visiting Professor David Kerr has published a paper in Diabetes Care entitled: “Optimized insulin replacement and glucose monitoring underpinned by hypoglycemia-focused structured education should be provided to all with type... »

  • Congratulations to Jonathan Cole, Visiting Professor CoPMRE

    Congratulations to Jonathan Cole, Visiting Professor CoPMRE

    Visiting Professor Jonathan Cole has been elected chair of the European Chapter of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology (IFCN) and to the Executive of the IFCN itself.  He is the... »