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As a Faculty we are very proud of our diverse research student community, comprising 131 PhD students, 2 MPhil students, 8 masters by research students, 2 PhD by published works and 27 students on our Professional Doctorate in Nursing.
On Reserves Day, long-serving Army Reservist, Professor Vince Connelly, writes about the importance of Reservists to the Covid-19 response, how his research is supporting the welfare of Reservists and their families, and how he is able to balance his commitment to the Army Reserve with his role as Programme Lead for Psychology at Oxford Brookes.
Learning to ride a bike is an important milestone for most children. However, this is a complex skill that children with movement difficulties may struggle to master.
On the 11th June, Luther Street Medical Centre in Oxford hosted a visit by our Public Health students.
More inspiring teaching and research spaces are now open on campus, as the latest part of the Sinclair refurbishment is completed.
This year was the 10th anniversary of the Brookes Science Bazaar and the Psych booth was there to celebrate the event on 24th February. The Psych booth was one of the busiest stalls. Our staff members, PhD, MSc and UG students worked non-stop on the day. Children and parents enjoyed our activities a lot!
Kelechi Udoh (MSc Public Health graduate 2014) tells us what he’s been up to since graduating...
Dr Maimuna Nana Sandah-Abubakar (MSc Public Health graduate and Graduate Speaker 2014) gives an update on her life after Brookes.
On Tuesday 13 March, Suzanne Rastrick, Chief Allied Health Professions Officer for NHS England, visited Oxford Brookes University’s Faculty of Health and Life Sciences to give a talk centred on the NHS England publication ‘Allied Health Professions into Action’.
Dr Cristina Costantini, Department of Psychology, Health and Professional Development, in
collaboration with Ms Laura Partridge, organised a seminar for parents and parents-to- be
entitled: Introducing solid food to babies: A dyadic interaction.