The Dementia Education And Learning Through Simulation 2 (DEALTS 2) programme has been shortlisted for the 9th National Dementia Care Awards 2018 in the Best Dementia Training Initiative category, which recognises the vital… »
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BU’s Dr Neil Vaughan has won the EPSRC’s ICT Pioneers ‘Transforming Society’ award. The accolade, which recognises the most exceptional UK PhD students, was awarded to Neil at a ceremony… »
Following work with Dr Sarah Bate from BU’s Centre for Face Processing Disorders, NHS Choices have formally recognised prosopagnosia (face blindness) as a condition. The ‘Introduction to Prosopagnosia’ can be… »
Fewer men join weight loss programmes but are more likely than women to stick with them, according to analysis of international obesity studies by researchers from BU, the University of… »
This talk was on a subject that is all too familiar to many of us and consequently a subject that should be tackled with care. BU’s Professor Colin Pritchard achieved… »
Conor Burns MP tries out BU and Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s innovative epidural simulator technology.
Researchers at BU’s National Centre for Post Qualifying Social Work (NPQSW) are sharing their successful service improvement programme with important health organisations. Dr Steve Keen from the Centre said: “improving… »