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Fair
Oct
31

Okestudiante Fair - Porto

Meet Yeyen Sinarta, to discuss your future with Bournemouth University. Yeyen will be able to offer advice on courses offered at BU, the application process, extra-curricular opportunities, careers and placements at BU and our generous scholarship provision, etc.

Festival
Nov
2

Living your best life: positivity for wellbeing

With a rise in reported mental health issues amongst the general population, it is important to understand how each of us can take steps to develop our own self-awareness and socio-emotional intelligence.

Festival
Nov
4

Ways of seeing sport coaching violence

This event offers sport coaches, practitioners and others interested in this issue a unique and innovative opportunity to engage with research through an arts-based, audio-visual installation.

Festival
Nov
5

Trauma-informed health and social care

Using the World Café format, we will bring together teachers, care workers and social workers, to exchange ideas, learn from each other and develop new strategies.

Festival
Nov
5

Hidden stories of online gamblers

Visit our virtual exhibition, where we’ll share the diverse stories and voices of those affected by online gambling. Attend our Cafe Scientifique discussion in person or online to enjoy talks to discover the factors that keep gamblers hooked – and how you can beat them.

Festival
Nov
6

Stress and wellbeing in the workplace

This event brings together academic researchers, staff from key agencies and the public to discuss research on stress and workplace trauma, and the best ways of tackling it.

Festival
Nov
6

Preparing Gen Z for the global workplace

This event, for further education teachers and tutors, will teach you how to deliver a suite of workshops developed at Bournemouth University aimed at equipping our 21st-century learners with the skills they need to thrive in the global workplace.

Festival
Nov
8

How we think about pregnancy and childbirth

This event looks at different perspectives on pregnancy - from the social model of pregnancy, which accepts childbirth as a normal event in a woman’s life to the medical model, which portrays childbirth as potentially dangerous to health.

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