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The Faculty of Health & Social Sciences is enhancing its commitment to equality by applying for a Departmental Silver Athena SWAN Award.
Welsh Rugby Union referee, Nigel Owens, has visited BU to share his challenges with mental health.
Reproductive coercive control is where a woman’s decisions about contraception and pregnancy are interfered with. The concept was first described.
Bournemouth University is working on a study looking into working conditions surrounding female migrant workers in Nepal.
As more nurses leave than enter the nursing register, new research by Bournemouth University is looking at ways in which the NHS can maintain nursing workforce numbers.
Join Professor Lee-Ann Fenge in an exploration of the meaning of community and family and their resonances across the life course.
These afternoons are for those who are interested in Midwifery and expect to study at our branch campus in Portsmouth.