Fatigue affects the majority of people with MS and differs markedly from the sort of tiredness experienced by the general population. It can stop those affected from working, socialising and… »
Posts Tagged: “BRC”
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The Francis report heralds an overdue wake-up call that something is missing in current health and social care practice. Professor Les Todres, a psychologist who developed the humanising care approach… »
BU’s multidisciplinary research has informed and developed standards and universal policies for forensic investigation of mass graves.
A counter-narrative to animation in Western popular culture.
Breastfeeding has enormous advantages for both newborn infants and their mothers. However, UK breastfeeding rates are low. Around 80% women initiate breastfeeding with only 17% exclusively breastfeeding at three months…. »
Reducing the risk of falls by motivating older people to do preventative exercise.
Through £188,000 of funded research, BU’s Dr Philip Alford is uncovering why small tourism organisations have not yet fulfilled their digital marketing potential and is refining techniques to reverse this trend.
Working with medical colleagues to improve the patient experience and reduce risk of harm.
How a £1.94 million AHRC grant will radically inform how we manage and perceive chickens as a food source.
Putting a price on clean water and soil fertility helps the UN set ecological restoration targets for degraded and deforested land.
Enhancing politicians’ communication to increase public engagement.
Social work is about making a positive difference to the most vulnerable in society and BU’s National Centre for Post Qualifying Social Work facilitates this through continuing professional development (CPD)… »