New research by an Edge Hill University academic has delved deep into the hearts and minds of Liverpudlians to uncover what ‘home’ really means to people living in the city.
A team of researchers at Edge Hill University has been awarded funding by the British Academy (BA) to investigate portrayals of autism in the British press in a bid to address the acceptance of the lifelong neurodevelopmental condition that affects the lives of millions in the UK.
A new study from UK housing experts at Edge Hill University and partners has found that landlords play a significant role in tenants’ ability to feel ‘at home’.
A new study by Edge Hill University and partners has found that nurses working with respiratory patients on the COVID-19 frontline suffered anxiety and depression during the first wave of the pandemic.
Timely new research from an Edge Hill University academic will investigate the effects of social exclusion and will use the findings to tackle loneliness in the future.
Potential researchers of the future can still apply to Edge Hill University’s research degree programme, which has seen a record level of interest from those who want to solve real-world problems.
An Edge Hill University academic has been awarded a prestigious British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship to support her research into the little-known correspondence of famous Scottish writer and hill-walker Nan Shepherd.
An early researcher at Edge Hill University is looking at inequalities between different ethnic groups to investigate why BAME women typically gain more weight during pregnancy and ways to address health risks.
An Edge Hill academic has won a prestigious award from the International Olympic Committee to educate coaches and athletes in three countries about non-sexual abuse in sport.
A researcher from Edge Hill University has been appointed to a leading role with the Society of Cardiothoracic Surgery for Great Britain and Ireland to drive forward improvements in healthcare.