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The Faculty of Health & Social Sciences is enhancing its commitment to equality by applying for a Departmental Silver Athena SWAN Award.
BU's Dr Emma Kavanagh, currently at the Commonweath Games in Australia, writes about the controversies surrounding sports ball tampering
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AFCB Physiotherapist Jonny King has visited Lansdowne campus to teach first year BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy students
Jane Murphy, Professor of Nutrition, will discuss the nutrition landscape in the UK and draw on her research journey to show recommendations around diet changes, particularly those linked to age-related conditions.
These afternoons are for those who are interested in Midwifery and expect to study at our branch campus in Portsmouth.
What works in midwifery education? A conference run by midwife educators for midwife educators