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A project set to be the world’s largest study into the effects of exercise on the successful treatment of children with cancer has begun, with scientists from Oxford Brookes University taking a leading role.
Academics from Oxford Brookes University, Newcastle University and the University of Winchester have written an open letter to Chief Medical Officers in the UK today, advising them to support their request that tackling should be removed from rugby played by school-aged children.
A new paper published today in the journal Communication and Sport (C&S) shows that concussion and serious head injury in football is still not taken as seriously as it should be, particularly within the media.
World Rugby’s tackle-height trial in the Championship has been criticised for its lack of ethical rigour in a report published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine published today.
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.
Oxford Brookes University has been awarded funding to develop four innovative projects which aim to help the UK’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
A kids’ physical activity scheme supported by Oxford Brookes University has been reaching out to children and their parents during lockdown.
OxCATTS is a partnership platform which is working towards creating a sustainable healthcare innovation ecosystem and looking for partners. We support industry, clinical and academic partners to deliver med tech and healthcare innovations as well as allied health professional and nursing research.
Academics at Oxford Brookes University have devised a chair-based exercise programme for anyone whose daily routine, health and wellbeing has been affected or disrupted by COVID-19.
Sport England and Oxford Brookes LGTB+ 'Research in Sport Network Meeting' brings researchers, practitioners, NGB leaders, sport developers and policy makers together.