Two Mental Health Nursing students from Edge Hill University are making significant contributions to Mental Heath Nursing, a key journal for mental health professionals.
Edge Hill University is supporting Alder Hey Hospital in the launch of a new volunteer scheme to help young people gain essential skills to support their university application.
An Edge Hill University student who was caught up in the Westminster Bridge terrorist attack has helped to organise a free conference, bringing together survivors of terrorism from across the world.
An interdisciplinary conference at Edge Hill University is exploring the use and abuse of substances in the Long 19th Century period – from opiates to beef tea.
Two academics from Edge Hill University have been awarded prestigious National Teaching Fellowships in recognition of their outstanding impact on student outcomes and the teaching profession.
The Mayor of Manchester, Andy Burnham, has shown his appreciation to a unique group of Edge Hill University Paramedic Practice students during a visit this week.
Edge Hill University is taking part in a brand new reading scheme in an innovative project to make new students feel welcome and part of the campus community before they start in September.
Inspired by her daughter’s success at Edge Hill, Rachel decided to embark on the University’s Fastrack course to reach her dream of helping others, the way the Samaritans helped her.
After a turbulent upbringing, dedicated Fastrack graduate Rob has turned his life around and hopes to help others who are suffering the way he did.
Edge Hill’s Fastrack course has led to a wealth of opportunities for dedicated volunteer Rachel, who had no idea which direction to go in when she left school.