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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.
Second year BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing student Harriet White has been awarded the prize in recognition of outstanding work
A new volume on international maternity care has been co-edited by BU academic, Professor Edwin van Teijlingen.
Professor Eric Hall discussed his research and advocacy efforts related to concussion in student-athletes
Researchers from BU and Queen’s University Belfast discover music therapy reduces depression in those with behavioural and emotional problems.
This is the first large-scale multi-stakeholder event in Britain to tackle the whole agenda of environmental law and business after Brexit.
Final year OTP students present poster discussions highlighting their work.