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Image courtesy of Kevin Turner Winners of The British Psychological Society, Division of Health Psychology, Research Networking and Public Engagement Prize, Dr Jane Meyrick and Kevin Turner, from UWE Bristol, hosted an online event to discuss and (More)
An exhibition of the Connecting Research pilot project. Bower Ashton F Block Gallery Jan 31st - Feb 3rd 2023 Opening preview Thursday 2nd Feb 2023, 5pm-7pm An exhibition on Slow Violence and River Abuse, part of the Connecting Resear (More)
By Harry Muir, Third Year LLB student  Earth is at the precipice of an environmental catastrophe that could result in the mass extinction of life as we know it.[1] Yet, corporate and government leaders are still committing and condoning acts (More)
The SAGE Handbook of Graduate Employability has launched this month, with 64 contributing authors from 18 countries and 30 chapters this new publication paves the way for improving how we handle Graduate Employability. Not only have UWE Bristol a (More)
A collaborative research team, led by the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), has been successful in securing just under £700k funding from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), via (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Women Researchers’ Mentoring Scheme - open for applications
The Women Researchers’ Mentoring Scheme (WRMS) aims to promote and facilitate professional development for women researchers working at UWE Bristol, helping them reach senior research roles.  This scheme provides support to female staff (incl (More)
By Kieran McCartan, Nick Addis, & Ella Rees Violence against women and girls (or Gender Based Violence as its also known) is one of the most prolific forms of crime and anti-social behaviour globally, with 1 in 3 experiencing it at some point (More)
On 1st November, the Research in Emergency Care Avon Collaborative Hub (REACH) hosted an event e.xploring how to decide when hospital would benefit patients aged 65 or over. The event was fully booked and had a great mix of paramedics, geriatric (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: The south Asian Dementia Pathway (ADAPT) study
Dissemination event held online on Thursday 13th October 2022 Written by Dr Emily Dodd, Senior Research Fellow and project manager for the ADAPT study. “An amazing and informative session[1]” Almost 100 people across the (More)
UWE Bristol’s Centre for Machine Vision (CMV) are the academic partner on an innovative project with Hoofcount to detect early signs of digital dermatitis lesions and lameness within dairy cattle. Hoofcount is a 10-year-old family business, foc (More)
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