The humbling efforts of a student football team and a public health academic have been recognised and chosen to represent the University of Bedfordshire in a national ‘Proud To Help’ campaign.
Research undertaken by the Institute for Health Research at the University of Bedfordshire highlights ongoing inequalities experienced by minority ethnic communities in nursing in the UK.
In light of public health concerns around Covid-19, a researcher from University of Bedfordshire has been invited to partner with the UK’s Sikh Channel, to help highlight the importance of maintaining health and wellbeing amongst faith communities.
A University of Bedfordshire-led research team has been given funding to help and enhance timely antenatal care for pregnant women in Luton.
The rate of under-18 conceptions in England and Wales decreased for the 11th year running, according to data released today (Wednesday 4th March 2020) by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
University of Bedfordshire's Professor of Diversity will join some of the world’s leading Islamic scholars and policymakers in Birmingham to attend the world’s inaugural Islam & Organ Donation Workshop.
Gurch Randhawa, Professor of Diversity in Public Health at the University of Bedfordshire, walked alongside organ recipients, donor families, specialist nurses, clinical staff, community and faith leaders from around London on Thursday 5 September as part of Organ Donation Week (2-6 September 2019).
An academic from the University of Bedfordshire has today been recognised for his exceptional contribution to keeping the nation healthy.
The rate of under-18 conceptions in England and Wales decreased for the 10th year running, according to data released today (Monday 15 April) by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Academics from the University of Bedfordshire have joined forces with the largest organ donation NGO in India in an effort to improve organ donation rates in the country.