Pub sights and sounds cause us to drink more

Being in an environment surrounded by alcohol-related sights and sounds can reduce our ability to control alcohol consumption according to new research published by Edge Hill University and Alcohol Research UK.

PhDs for Edge Hill’s first Graduate Teaching Assistants

Two of Edge Hill’s initial cohort of Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs), recruited in 2012, have been presented with their PhD awards at graduation ceremonies this week.

Health researcher recognised by Chinese government

An Edge Hill researcher has been awarded a certificate by the Chinese Government in recognition of 8 years’ service to healthcare education.

Academic evaluates maternity provision

An Edge Hill academic has drawn on her expertise in social programmes and policy to comment in Irish national media on the country’s maternity care provision.

University conducts health and wellbeing research project with Everton Football Club staff

Edge Hill is aiming to improve the health and wellbeing of Everton Football Club’s workforce by undertaking a unique research project with the club. The study, which is the first of its kind to be conducted by a professional football club, asks staff to complete a survey on a range of topics including their sleep […]