A dedicated Health & Social Care Academy has been launched by the University of Bedfordshire in partnership with local councils and the local NHS Trusts.
Researchers from the University of Bedfordshire have conducted a study into the use of Artificial Intelligence for aiding the early detection of osteoarthritis.
The University of Bedfordshire is supporting the Level Trust charity in its ‘Flying High’ SMASH Easter programme, aimed at enhancing the reading skills of local children during the holidays.
The University of Bedfordshire will be hosting an online Open Event to showcase a new postgraduate programme designed to help train the next generation of social workers.
The Blues Foundation has announced a new partnership with the University of Bedfordshire which will see the two organisations working closely on delivering community sport programmes and research projects.
A number of the University of Bedfordshire’s healthcare academics have been dedicating their free time and expertise to vaccinating the public against Covid-19.
The University of Bedfordshire’s engaging Beds Talks series is back with a discussion on how lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) themes are raised with primary school children.
The University of Bedfordshire has launched its new Premium Progression Partnership (PPP) with a handful of schools and colleges in Luton and Bedford, to help provide impartial advice and guidance for pupils considering higher education (HE).
An academic from the University of Bedfordshire has discussed the positive results of an ongoing psychologically-informed Hertfordshire activity service, in a recent instalment of the BBC’s Truth About series.
University of Bedfordshire students have shown their versatility and adapted to the changing events industry, putting on exceptional events despite the barriers raised by Covid-19.
Today marks World Social Work Day (16th March 2021) and the University of Bedfordshire is celebrating the dedication of students who have been working invaluable frontline roles during the pandemic.
A research team formed by the Universities of Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and East Anglia, has won over £2 million in funding to study the effects group exercise can have in treating teenage depression and low mood.