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  • Health research showcased at UWE Bristol conference

    30/01/2012

    Wednesday 1 February 2012 09:30-13:00 Exhibition and Conference Centre

    UWE Bristol is hosting a conference that will showcase current health research in a range of specialist areas on Wednesday 1 February at the Exhibition and Conference Centre. The conference is the first of its kind to he hosted by UWE Bristol's Centre for Health and Clinical Research.

  • Flower power is route to health and employment

    26/01/2012

    Senior occupational therapy lecturer Jon Fieldhouse from UWE Bristol is leading an evaluation of South Gloucestershire's Organic Routes horticultural vocational rehabilitation service for mental health service users.

  • Worshipful Company of Musicians awards Fellowship to music therapist for the first time

    11/11/2011

    Dr Leslie Bunt, Professor in Music Therapy at UWE Bristol and one of the world's most respected music therapy practitioners, trainers and researchers, is the first music therapist to be awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Worshipful Company of Musicians (WCOM). Dr Bunt will also be invited to become a Freeman of the Company. The Musicians' Company Honorary Fellowship lasts for one year starting in November.

  • UWE Bristol graduate named Radiotherapy Student of the Year

    08/11/2011

    A graduate from UWE Bristol has won the Radiotherapy Student of the Year award. The award will be presented by the Society and College of Radiographers to Fran Roberts at a special ceremony at the House of Commons on Tuesday 8 November 2011. This is the third time in four years that a radiotherapy student from the University has been awarded this prestigious national prize.

  • Universities and UH Bristol join forces to offer new clinical training fellowship

    03/11/2011

    Health professionals have the opportunity of working towards the award of a PhD whilst carrying out high quality clinical research in Bristol. The Clinical Training Fellowships are being offered by University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust (UH Bristol) in partnership with the University of Bristol and UWE Bristol.

  • UWE Bristol to deliver innovative radiotherapy module

    03/11/2011

    UWE Bristol is working with University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust to deliver a university devised module in Brachytherapy, a form of radiotherapy. The new module addresses a growing need for specialised training within this field.

  • Gloucestershire College + UWE Bristol launch new education and business centre in Gloucester

    28/10/2011

    Gloucestershire College and UWE Bristol are hosting a lunchtime launch event on Friday 28 October 2011 to mark the opening of a brand new higher education and business centre located at the heart of the Gloucester Docks.

  • World renowned language expert visits Bristol

    27/10/2011

    UWE Bristol Social Science in the City ™ presents Professor David Crystal - The Fascinating First Year'Tuesday 1 November 2011 18:00 to 20:00 Redland Green School, Bristol

    Social Science in the City ™ at UWE Bristol and the Speech and Language Therapy Research Unit have partnered up to put on a lecture entitled 'The Fascinating First Year' by the world-famous linguist Professor David Crystal.

  • UWE Bristol opens pain management research centre in Bath

    24/10/2011

    Launch event Friday 28 October 2011 17:00 at RNHRD

    UWE Bristol and the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases (RNHRD) NHS Foundation Trust are joining forces to open a new Pain Management Research Centre that will be based in Bath at the RNHRD. The Centre will be launched at the RNHRD on Friday 28 October at 17:00.

  • Lancet study shows how general practice can substantially improve care for women experiencing domestic violence

    13/10/2011

    A programme of training and support for GPs, practice nurses and GP receptionists can substantially increase the identification of women experiencing domestic violence and their referral to specialist advocacy services, according to new research published in the Lancet today. The study is the result of a collaboration between UWE Bristol, the University of Bristol, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Next Link and the Nia project.

  • UWE tops the region for student satisfaction in key areas

    17/08/2011

    The satisfaction level of UWE students has topped the region in a number of subject areas, covering courses such as Radiotherapy and Oncology, Law, and Management.*

    The National Student Survey published today (Wednesday, August 17) also reveals an increase in UWE's performance across all the themes in the NSS.**

  • UWE graduate wins Mullany Prize for excellence in physiotherapy

    17/08/2011

    The Mullany Prize for Excellence in physiotherapy has been won by deserving student Chris Jones from the University of the West of England. The Mullany Fund was set up in memory of Ben and Catherine Mullany, whose lives were tragically cut short on their honeymoon in Antigua in 2008.

  • Experts investigate best way to treat cardiac arrest

    01/08/2011

    The University of the West of England, the Great Western Ambulance Service NHS Trust (GWAS) and University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust, will conduct an investigation to ensure paramedics employ the best possible techniques when treating a patient who has suffered a cardiac arrest.

  • Reading and talking to children at home makes starting school easier

    30/06/2011

    Researchers in Bristol today published a report that shows that children's early communication environment makes an important contribution to their readiness to start school.

    This project was led by Professor Sue Roulstone, Underwood Trust Professor of Language and Communication Impairment at the University of the West of England in collaboration with Professor Tim Peters from the University of Bristol, Professor James Law from Newcastle University, Dr Robert Rush from the Queen Margaret University and Dr Judy Clegg from the University of Sheffield.

  • Men and Cancer - find out more at UWE seminar

    23/06/2011

    Exhibition and Conference Centre, Frenchay Campus, UWE

    Saturday 2 July 2011 09:30 to 16:30

    Many people are unaware that men have poorer survival from cancer, not only from those cancers that are specific to men, such as prostate cancer but also from cancers which affect both sexes, such as lung and bowel cancer. To highlight this important health issue, the University of the West of England is hosting a one day conference on 'Men and Cancer' at the Exhibition and Conference Centre on the Frenchay Campus on Saturday 2 July 2011.

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