Research news

11 December 2020

Nurses could pay the price of care after the pandemic

Academics in the Centre of Diversity Policy Research and Practice (CDPRP) at Oxford Brookes University say that research is needed to ensure the detrimental economic impact of the health crisis does not fall disproportionately on women.

Nurses could pay the price of care after the pandemic

09 December 2020

New App driven by artificial intelligence set to help people living with inflammatory arthritis

Tens of thousands of people living with painful inflammatory arthritis - axial SpA (AS) - could benefit from the development of a new artificial intelligence driven App.

New App driven by artificial intelligence set to help people living with inflammatory arthritis

08 December 2020

The impact of COVID-19 on women entrepreneurs in Thailand’s Hill Tribes

Rebuilding the economy in the post-COVID-19 world presents challenges in different areas. For businesses reliant on tourism, a sector severely affected by the pandemic, the urgency is acute.

The impact of COVID-19 on women entrepreneurs in Thailand’s Hill Tribes

07 December 2020

Oxford Brookes University cancer diagnostics spinout firm, MetaGuideX Ltd, wins business innovation

MetaGuideX, an innovative cancer diagnostics company established as a spin-out business from Oxford Brookes University, has won the 2020 Oxford Academic Health Science Network’s Accelerator programme.

Oxford Brookes University cancer diagnostics spinout firm, MetaGuideX Ltd, wins business innovation programme

04 December 2020

Transforming the future of professional services

Oxford Brookes Business School is partnering with a leading digital technology company to deliver a pioneering project which will transform next-generation professional services.

Transforming the future of professional services

03 December 2020

Avoiding the Tourist Trap

Sustainability in tourism was the original focus of work undertaken by Dr Kate Ji in 2018.

Avoiding the Tourist Trap

02 December 2020

Oxford Brookes Business School lecturer wins editor's award

Dr Joanna Molyn, coaching practitioner and senior lecturer received an Editor's award for her contribution (co-authored with Erik de Haan), 'Active Ingredients' in the Coaching at Work Editor’s 2020 Awards on 26 November.

Oxford Brookes Business School lecturer wins editor's award

01 December 2020

Views needed to shape future of community nursing research

Community nurses from across the nation are launching a new project to give patients, carers and healthcare professionals the opportunity to have their say about the future of community nursing research.

Views needed to shape future of community nursing research

30 November 2020

Nursing - Paying the Price of Care

Within days of the arrival of coronavirus in the UK, the value of frontline health staff came to dominate headlines.

Nursing - Paying the Price of Care

30 November 2020

Supporting Female Entrepreneurs

Rebuilding economic output in the post-COVID-19 world presents challenges in different areas. For businesses reliant on tourism, a sector severely affected by the pandemic, the urgency is acute.

Supporting Female Entrepreneurs