Posts Tagged ‘Department for Health’

Harnessing world-leading research for world class sports performances

We've just announced a major sports performance conference to be hosted at the University in January 2016.

Sweet solution to marathon fatigue

Our health researchers have tested the effect of different energy drinks in staving off tiredness

Scientists offer sweet solution to marathon fatigue

Our health researchers have tested the effect of different energy drinks in staving off tiredness.

Tackling episodes of loneliness

A new study will focus on how increasing numbers of people are affected by episodes of loneliness

New study to tackle episodes of loneliness

A new study led by researchers in psychology will focus on how increasing numbers of people are affected by episodes of loneliness.

Research for world class sports

We've just announced a major sports performance conference to be hosted at the Uni in January 2016.

Harnessing world-leading research for world class sports performances

We've just announced a major sports performance conference to be hosted at the University in January 2016.

Expert evidence in call for tobacco tax increases

Our health and management researchers have contributed to a recent Parliamentary report on smoking and health.

Major World Rugby Conference in advance of World Cup

Two days ahead of this autumn's Rugby World Cup the University will play host to a major World Rugby Science Network Conference.

Safe streets, not encouragement, if we want more people to cycle

On national Cycle to Work day more focus should be placed on the health and enjoyment benefits of cycling as opposed to over-zealous safety concerns.

Forum focuses on impact of pain research

Researchers from our Centre for Pain Research play leading role at the European Pain Federation Congress

European Forum focuses on impact of pain research

Researchers from our Centre for Pain Research will play a leading role at the European Pain Federation Congress in Vienna

Mental health ‘labels’ can do more harm than good

Certain mental health labels may be having adverse, negative effects on the patients diagnosed with them, according to new research from our psychologists.

Health Research Showcase report - & invite to get involved

Together with the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust, we recently hosted an event to celebrate the collaborative health research that is being carried out in Bath. If you would like to progress a research project with the Royal United Hospital, please contact Lisa Austin, Research Manager: l.austin@bath.ac.uk

Gaming technology could help amputees learn to walk again

A state-of-the-art studio for the new £5 million Centre for the Analysis of Motion, Entertainment Research & Applications (CAMERA) based at the University has just been announced.

Three Minute Thesis winner announced

Discover who is to represent the University in the national three minute research presentation competition

Dr Wainwright talks stress in the workplace (2 hours, 39 min)

Dr David Wainwright, Department for Health, joins a panel on BBC Radio 5 Live to debate workplace stress. Listen from two hours, 39 minutes.

Why single mothers are more likely to get ill when they get older

Dr Susan Harkness from Social & Policy Science writes for The Conversation.

Gorging allowed – but just for a week!

New Department for Health study looking to recruit men, aged 18-40, to overeat for a week

Gorging allowed – but just for one week!

New health study looking to recruit men, aged 18-40, to overeat for a week!