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A Postgraduate Diploma programme in Adult Nursing introduced by Bangor University is the first course of its kind in North Wales. It offers recent graduates of life and social science a fast-track two-year route to registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council. The new postgraduate course meets a growing need.…
A new kind of antipsychotic has been found to relieve terrifying and disturbing symptoms suffered by millions of people with Alzheimer's disease worldwide. New research has found that Pimavanserin significantly improves psychosis symptoms in people with the condition, without the devastating side-effects of currently-used antipsychotics. Scientists also found that the…
An event exploring the growing issue of self-harm will take place in Sheffield later this month. Self-harm is an important health concern in the UK with numbers seemingly rising, especially in teens, with one recent study claiming that UK GPs witnessed a 68 per cent increase in the number of…
An academic at the University of Chester is working with a new national charity to improve the lives of looked after children. Insights from evaluative research led by Professor Elizabeth Harlow from the Department of Social Work and Interprofessional Education, were harnessed by the University’s honorary graduate Sir John Timpson…
A historian from the University of Sheffield has been honoured for his research which highlights how press coverage of child sex abuse in Britain has changed over the last century. Professor Adrian Bingham from the University’s Department of History has been awarded the Royal Historical Society Public History Prize in…
Cambridge University has said it has a "significant problem involving sexual misconduct" as it emerged it had received 173 reports of improper behaviour in nine months since launching an anonymous online reporting tool. Reports, received between the launch of the tool in May 2017 and January 31 this year, were…
The recent rise in homelessness has its roots in welfare reform and the housing market, almost entirely accounted for by an increase in families losing their privately-rented housing, experts have said. The number of people officially recorded as sleeping on the streets of England rose from 1,768 in 2010 to…
A lecture theatre is to be renamed in memory of motor neurone disease (MND) activist Gordon Aikman. Edinburgh University is to honour the campaigner and business school graduate by renaming its George Square lecture theatre after him. Mr Aikman (pictured) died last February aged just 31 after being diagnosed with…
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