About the event Wednesday, 7 October 2015 from 09:00 to 16:40 Executive Business Centre (EBC), Lansdowne Campus, BH8 8EB The Centre of Postgraduate Medical Research and Education (CoPMRE) would like… »
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This event was part of Festival of Learning 2014 and was led by BU’s David Biggins. It was a lively session, providing a brief introduction to project management, followed by delivery of a live… »
Pippa Hillen: What attitudes do newly qualified adult field nurses have towards their role in public health?
Researcher: Pippa Hillen Pippa Hillen is enrolled on the PhD Research Programme part-time at Bournemouth University from 2013-2020. Pippa is a Principal Lecturer at the University of Brighton leading the… »
Researcher: Dana Colbourne Dana Colbourne is a Post Graduate Researcher & Midwife with 9 years experience in all aspects of Midwifery care. Dana has a keen interest in Postnatal care… »
Researcher: Andrea Lacey Student nurses’ first clinical placement are often reported as a positive experience, with students saying they feel welcome and supported (Happell 2008; Mullen and Murray 2002), although… »
Gail Ollis: A psychological framework for facilitating ‘peer friendly’ behaviour in computer programmers
Researcher: Gail Ollis First supervisor: Dr Jacqui Taylor Gail has over twenty years’ experience as a professional software developer. Her research project addresses an issue stemming from this career. Individual programmers… »
As part of the Festival of Learning, BU Business School and Centre of Entrepreneurship’s Mark Painter and Professor Dean Patton organised an event entitled: ‘Equipping the Business Leaders of the… »
BU organised an interactive session of dynamic discussion between a panel of BU experts and an audience representing businesses from various sectors, including insurance, education, and publishing, as well as lifeguards and… »
This one-day symposium as part of BU’s Festival of Learning explored the current and future security and assurance issues facing UK enterprises, agencies and institutions. There are many fears surrounding… »
As the UK’s Higher Education industry recruits more and more undergraduate and post-graduate students from around the world, BU’s Associate Professor Chris Shiel offers her contribution to the debate on Internationalising… »
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… »