An inspiring programme for frontline healthcare professionals aiming to equip them to provide the best possible palliative and end of life care, has been developed by Edge Hill University and Queenscourt Hospice.
To mark National Teacher Appreciation Day (5th May) Edge Hill University is saying a huge thank you to teachers, trainee teacher students and lecturers for the amazing work they do every single day.
This Friday the Edge Hill University community will join Britain in commemorating the 75th anniversary of VE Day when the guns fell silent at the end of the war in Europe.
To stimulate debate and highlight academic research, Edge Hill University’s Institute for Social Responsibility (ISR) has launched a new blog space for experts to give their analysis of current events.
Edge Hill University is joining education providers across Lancashire and using the latest technology to help young people and adults to make the right choice about their future ahead of the start of the new academic year in September.
Care home residents can now listen to literature classics recorded by Creative Writing students, with the aim of providing some comfort during the Covid-19 lockdown.
National reading hero and Edge Hill alumnus Paul Cookson is backing Liverpool’s Year of Reading campaign, which the University is supporting to improve literacy across the city.
Edge Hill’s academic expertise has been harnessed to create a dynamic recovery framework to help SMEs through the Covid-19 crisis.
A fun and affecting film has been unveiled to capture what students from Edge Hill University are doing during the coronavirus pandemic.
The exceptional work that Edge Hill students see, perform in and produce is being showcased as part of a special virtual online festival to mark this year’s International Dance Day.