Research briefings

Our research briefings highlight recent research findings and impact on their particular field.  Bournemouth University’s research is world-leading and life-changing.  By working with practitioners, businesses, charities and members of the public, we aim to use our research expertise to provide solutions to real life problems.  Our short briefings are designed to make our research accessible and easily digestible, so that our research findings can quickly be applied – whether to society, culture, public policy, services, the environment or to improve quality of life.

Biodiversity, Environmental Change & Green Economy

Environmental hydro-refugia demonstrated by

vegetation vigour in the Okavango Delta, Botswana

The full paper can be read here.

Kabul Understanding Afghan healthcare providers: a

study of the culture of care in a Kabul maternity hospital

The full paper can be read here

Creative, digital and cognitive science

Motion capture Refining motion capture data in computer games,

film production and sport sciences
The full paper can be read here.

Media literacy: The UK’s undead cultural policy

The full paper can be read here

Health, Wellbeing & Society

MS Non-drug based programme to reduce the

effects of fatigue in people with Multiple

Sclerosis (MS)

The full paper can be read here.

Kabul Understanding Afghan healthcare providers: a

study of the culture of care in a Kabul maternity hospital

The full paper can be read here

Inattention, working memory, and goal neglect in a community sample

The full paper can be read here.

Comparing UK and 20 Western countries’ efficiency in

reducing adult (55–74) cancer and total mortality

rates 1989–2010:  Cause for cautious celebration? A population-based study

The full paper can be read here

Leisure, Recreation & Tourism

It was only a mild concussion: Exploring the description

of sports concussion in online news articles

The full paper can be read here.

For more information about any of the research mentioned above, please email research@bournemouth.ac.uk.