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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.
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.
A new gait analysis laboratory – one of just three in the UK and 23 in the world – has been installed at BU's Orthopaedic Research Institute.
A survey is being launched to help understand the psychological impact on surgeons of errors or complications arising from surgical procedures.
On Monday 5 December, we will be joined by some major figures in GB disability sports as part of BU's Disability History month.
Join blind Swedish Judo athlete, Nicolina Perheim and sports physiotherapist from Sweden Kristina Fagher who is doing her PhD on injuries in Paralympic sport.
These afternoons are for those who are interested in studying BSc (Hons) Midwifery and expect to study at our branch campus in Portsmouth, experiencing placements.
Learn more about applying for a healthcare course at BU, including hints and tips on your personal statement.