A University of Bedfordshire academic was one of only four expert witnesses invited to provide evidence to a parliamentary inquiry into how patients’ cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds can create barriers when accessing treatment and care for blood-related conditions.
A leading maternity researcher from the University of Bedfordshire has taken part in a video call to welcome Her Royal Highness The Countess of Wessex as the new Patron of women’s health charity, Wellbeing of Women.
Research from the University of Bedfordshire has helped identify how social workers and practitioners can best improve their support methods for Black, Asian and minority ethnic child sexual abuse (CSA) victims in England and Wales, following national concern of under-representation in official reporting.
A healthcare academic from the University of Bedfordshire has penned a thought piece for The Spectator, highlighting the importance of getting vaccinated against Covid-19.
The University of Bedfordshire has produced a video to shed light on the impact its market-leading research and knowledge exchange has on student progression, the economy and wider community.
Along with Bucks New University, the University of Bedfordshire is producing a series of research-based lectures addressing the health and social care sector for Buckinghamshire Health & Social Care Academy (BHSCA).
BBC Radio 5 Live has chosen an interview with a University of Bedfordshire lecturer and his son as one of the best of 2020.
Funding from Luton Flying Start and NHS Blood & Transplant sees PhD students graduate from University
Two University of Bedfordshire PhD students graduated from the Institute for Health Research in November, paying thanks to their supervisors and the funding programmes that helped them achieve their goals.
The University of Bedfordshire’s popular Beds Talks series returns in virtual form with an event hosted by the Institute for Health Research that will focus on the role of carers in the community.
The evaluation of CARESSES, the largest ever global study investigating the use of culturally competent robots in caring for the elderly, has been completed.
A report co-authored by a healthcare researcher from University of Bedfordshire has examined woman-centred maternity care experienced by Muslim women in the UK.
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.