17 March 2017
Chief Executive of campaigning animal welfare organisation Compassion in World Farming, Philip Lymbery has a reputation as one of industrial farming's fiercest critics.
16 March 2017
As part of your #20HealthyDays, why not swap your bottle of wine for a nice smoothie today? Check out our favourite recipes.
10 March 2017
Helen Ryan-Stewart gives her top 5 tips for healthy eating as part of our #20HealthyDays campaign. Read her blog below, or join her on Twitter (@_UoW) on Monday 13 March at 11am for a Q&A session.
01 December 2016
Sir Al Aynsley-Green was the first independent statutory Children's Commissioner for England 2005-2010 and he is recognised as one of the most innovative authorities and inspirational experts on children's services, child health and childhood today.
19 September 2016
ConceptsAs with its stratified medical professions the NHS used to have a securely established hierarchy of organisations. District Health Authorities came under Regional Health Authorities. General hospitals were higher than community or cotta...
15 September 2016
Increasing participation in clinical research has become a key area of focus within the NHS, with the aim of facilitating evidence-based policy, improving health outcomes and reducing health inequality. As such participant recruitment of healthcare p...
11 August 2016
From left to right: Prof. Philip Lymbery , Prof. Elizabeth Stuart, Peter Egan, Heather Mills, Prof. Joy Carter and Prof. Andrew Knight An expectant silence descended on the audience that filled the historic Shakespeare Room at the University of...
01 August 2016
Ten years on from its inception, the Basics Bank in Winchester – along with its 30 plus food bank counterparts in Hampshire – is having for the first time to face up to its place in social policy. Hitherto, food banks have relied on a simple Good S...
01 July 2016
InstabilityInstability is everywhere, and on an unprecedented scale. Change is the life blood of research – describing, evaluating, stimulating – so on the face of it this could or should be the best of times. Notwithstanding, the loss of access to ...