An expert in respiratory care at Edge Hill University has been honoured with a national award for the exceptional contribution she has made to the nursing community throughout her career.
Researchers at Edge Hill University have partnered with a new mental health initiative to support the families of professional athletes.
Edge Hill’s Migration Work Group North West (MWG-NW) has taken on two exceptional students as research assistants to boost their knowledge, skills and employability.
New research led by Edge Hill University has been awarded funding from the prestigious Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME) to help improve training for future doctors and physician associates.
New research by Edge Hill University will place a spotlight on the mental health challenges experienced by new fathers.
A study involving Edge Hill researchers has been launched to learn more about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdowns on children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
A team of botanists from Edge Hill University have started a project to create the first Flora of over 700 species of Honduran ferns to support vital conservation, botany and climate change research. As part of the Flora project, they recently published the a complete catalogue of Honduran ferns.
Experts at Edge Hill University have launched a new TV studies research group to take a closer look at the cultural impact television has on today’s society.
Are you interested in contributing to the development of the next generation of health care professionals? You could be paid to train to act as a real patient in order to help Edge Hill University educate its future health workers.
A dance student from Edge Hill University is calling for dance to be used in domiciliary settings to improve the mental and physical health of home care service users after seeing dramatic results from his dance research project.