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IHR News and Events

26 October 2016

Bedfordshire organ donation expert to speak at international conference

An expert in organ donation from the University of Bedfordshire will discuss the affects that immigration in Europe has had on organ donation and transplantation at an international conference.Professor of Diversity in Public Health Gurch Randhawa will address the European Organ Donation Congress in Barcelona on Friday (28th Oct). Read more

4 October 2016

Bedfordshire welcomes new Commonwealth Scholars

The University of Bedfordshire welcomed two students who will learn how to improve healthcare in their home countries thanks to a prestigious international scholarship. Read more

7 September 2016

Public Health expert urges people to have a conversation about organ donation

A Public Health expert from the University of Bedfordshire is urging more people to start a conversation about organ donation with their loved ones. Read more

8 June 2016

Faith leaders asked to become organ donation ambassadors

An article published in Transplantation Proceedings (25 May) by a University of Bedfordshire academic highlights the global problem of low rates of organ donation within Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities. Read more

27 May 2016

New book on public health intelligence

University of Bedfordshire senior lecturer Krishna Regmi struggled to find a relevant textbook for the course he was teaching so he wrote his own. Read more

30 September 2015

Young fatherhood: challenges for policy and practice

We must move from the presumption that ‘young fathers are a problem’ to a starting point where we recognise that ‘young fathers’ involvement is beneficial to the young mother, their child and the young man himself.’ Read more

6 September 2015

Organ donation research features in award-winning film

A documentary featuring University of Bedfordshire Professor Gurch Randhawa's organ donation research has won the Best Documentary Film Award at the Woodpecker International Film Festival 2015. Read more

18 August 2015

A ‘dream come true’ for Public Health students

Public Health students from the University of Bedfordshire got the chance to take part in a study trip to the World Health Organisation (WHO) headquarters and United Nations (UN) offices in Geneva. Read more

23 September 2014

Students create learning resources

An innovative collaborative project between the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences and the Centre for Learning Excellence at the University of Bedfordshire has encouraged students to act as co-creators for learning resources, alongside academics. Read more

6 August 2014

Organ donation expert to star on TV

An organ donation specialist from the University of Bedfordshire will be providing expert advice to watchers of an Asian TV phone-in show tomorrow (Thursday) night. Read more

22 October 2013

Professor leads national drive to achieve world class organ donation and transplantation

AN NHS stakeholder group, which is aiming to help the UK match world class performance in organ donation and transplantation by 2020, is to be led by a University of Bedfordshire professor. Read more

17 May 2013

Faith leaders team up to promote organ donation within their communities

THE first Faith and Organ Donation Summit saw leaders of six of the UK's major religions join community representatives and health professionals to explore how to encourage more organ donation from minority communities. Read more

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