Sarah Doyle, an Edge Hill University lecturer and Urology Advanced Paediatric Nurse Practitioner at Alder Hey has won the British Journal of Nursing’s Urology Nurse of the Year award.
In a new blog post Professor John Diamond, Director of the University’s Institute for Public Policy and Professional Practice (I4P), reflects on being part of the International Research Society for Public Management annual conference in Ottowa:
Edge Hill University is working with staff in two hospitals in Mysore, India to explore mental health knowledge and skills and establish education and specialist training.
Edge Hill University PhD student Emma Deeks’ research on women and bloggers has been featured in the national press, as part of a wider feature on how women who may feel afraid to speak up in everyday life are finding a voice through blogging.
In a new blog, Professor John Diamond, Director of the University’s Institute for Public Policy and Professional Practice (I4P), discusses why we need a more engaging and engaged public debate on ‘public service reform’ :
On April 1st, Edge Hill University hosted a tribute to the influential cultural theorist Stuart Hall by screening a documentary about his legacy.
Professor Roger Shannon introduced the highly acclaimed documentary about his life and cultural and political passions, The Stuart Hall Project. You can read his speech in full below:
Edge Hill University, the University of Manchester and University of Central Lancashire will host a series of symposia, exhibits and public lectures over the course of a year on issues raised by the groundbreaking 1915 movie The Birth of a Nation.
Find out more about some of the debates and questions raised at the Beyond Benefits Street Symposium and listen to a podcast featuring Dr Lee Salter and the media’s treatment of the working class.
A total of 44 entries were received this year for the Edge Hill Short Story Prize with a notable number of small press and independent publishers submitting work this year.
In a new blog, Professor John Diamond (Director of the University’s Institute for Public Policy and Professional Practice (I4P) discusses why City Hall and elections to City Hall matter: