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11 October 2022

Oxford Brookes provides CPR training for students and staff to mark Restart a Heart Day

Oxford Brookes University is offering free training sessions for its students and staff to come and learn CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) today, Tuesday 11 October 2022 as part of the Resuscitation Council’s UK’s Restart a Heart Day.

Oxford Brookes provides CPR training for students and staff to mark Restart a Heart Day

05 August 2022

Military medics teach students emergency trauma care skills at training trial

Nursing students from Oxford Brookes University, Medical students from the University of Bristol and Combat Medical Technicians from MOD Lyneham took part in a pilot simulation training day of emergency trauma scenarios at the University’s Swindon Campus.

Military medics teach students emergency trauma care skills at training trial

06 July 2022

Labouring or giving birth in water provides clear benefits for healthy mothers and their babies

New analysis of research shows using a birth pool during labour provides “clear benefits” for healthy mums and their newborn, with less intervention and fewer complications during and after birth when compared to labouring and giving birth on land.

Research shows that labouring or giving birth in water provides clear benefits for healthy mothers and their babies.

30 May 2022

Oxford Brookes research institute awarded £780,000 clinical research grant

A research institute based within Oxford Brookes University has been awarded a grant of £780,000 in order to support the development of research capability and capacity of the Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions workforce.

Oxford Brookes research institute awarded £780,000 clinical research grant

28 April 2022

State-of-the-art immersive technology to prepare students for clinical practice launches

Health and Social Care students at Oxford Brookes University are set to benefit from state of the art technology that allows them to step into immersive scenarios, to prepare for real life clinical practice.

State-of-the-art immersive technology to prepare students for clinical practice launches at Oxford Brookes University

21 April 2022

New campaign raising awareness of prostate cancer in black communities

Dr. Obrey Alexis of Oxford Brookes University is leading a Basingstoke-based initiative highlighting how black men of African and Caribbean heritage are disproportionately affected by prostate cancer.

New campaign raising awareness of prostate cancer in black communities

08 April 2022

Oxford Brookes University joins Oxford Joint Research Office

Oxford Brookes is pleased to announce it has joined the Oxford Joint Research Office (JRO), where it will work collaboratively with clinical research support teams from the University of Oxford and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Oxford Brookes University joins Oxford Joint Research Office

30 March 2022

A huge thank you to outstanding placement providers

Oxford Brookes University Health and Life Sciences students have said a huge “thank you” to local placement providers for giving them outstanding learning experiences despite the unprecedented challenges of working amidst a pandemic.

A huge thank you to outstanding placement providers

21 December 2021

£2 million for new state-of-the-art teaching facilities

Thousands of students at Oxford Brookes University are set to benefit from a £2 million investment into new technology-enhanced facilities and simulation equipment with a grant awarded from the Office for Students (OfS).

£2 million for new state-of-the-art teaching facilities

12 May 2021

Lecturers win national awards celebrating diversity in health and care

Two members of healthcare staff at Oxford Brookes University have won national awards for their outstanding contribution and dedication to health and social care.

Lecturers win national awards celebrating diversity in health and care