An Edge Hill University student who was lucky to survive a so-called “flesh-eating bug” has secured her dream job.
An Edge Hill student has graduated with a PhD after working to encourage men in disadvantaged communities to exercise more and improve their physical and mental health.
Inspiring single mum Cheryl Cummins has completed a Masters degree in education at Edge Hill University while battling cancer.
Three recently qualified Edge Hill University learning disability nurses were today (Thursday 10 October) presented with trophies to recognise their innovative contribution to healthcare.
The importance of mental health awareness and an active lifestyle have been key in Mel Mitchell’s role in Campus Sport at Edge Hill University.
‘Unmarried women and those who never have children struggle to find their place in society’ new research from an Edge Hill University academic reveals. Interviews with women over 50 who have never married and/or never had children, found they often faced a battle for status and identity compared with married women and mothers. Edge […]
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Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital has become the first trust in Cheshire and Merseyside, and the first specialist trust nationally, to be rated ‘outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission.
A new system of Postgraduate Loans for Masters degree students is being introduced for the 2016/17 academic year.