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Find out about our patient ward where you can get used to working in a hospital ward setting and practise your skills.
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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.
Bournemouth University, with funding from the British Council, has helped in the knowledge transfer of pharmaeconomics to Egyptian pharmacists.
BU's Professor Keith Brown, Professor Lee-Ann Fenge, and Dr Sally Lee, look at the impact of scams on the elderly.
Awards recognise exceptional academic, personal and professional achievements with a range of prizes for final year students
TACIT Trial will explore if Tai Chi is of benefit to those with dementia, and their carers
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Our drop-in sessions are a perfect way to find out more on studying.
These afternoons are for those who are interested in Midwifery and expect to study at our branch campus in Portsmouth, experiencing placements in Portsmouth, Basingstoke/Winchester or the Isle of Wight.
The event is open to all BU students and recent graduates seeking information on graduate opportunities, industrial placements, vacation work schemes and alternative options.