Exploring self criticism and promoting self compassion
Plymouth University news: A workshop exploring self criticism and the new research that could help people quieten its voice is taking place at Plymouth University from 12-14 September.
Food for thought as University embraces Dietitians Week
Plymouth University news: Good food, healthy eating and wellbeing at work are all themes being supported by the University as part of National Dietitians Week.
Students help over-60s stay fighting fit
Plymouth University news: Physiotherapy students are helping over-60s assess their health at a series of Functional Fitness MOTs.
Students showcase value of volunteering
Plymouth University news: Occupational Therapy (OT) students at Plymouth University have held a special event to showcase the ‘immeasurable’ value of volunteering.
Opinions on fracking linked to political persuasion - study
Plymouth University news: A person’s opinion on fracking can be predicted by their political ideology, according to a new study co-conducted by a University Psychology academic.
University athletes triumph in European duathlon
Plymouth University news: Health professions students Sharn Hooper and Nicola Noble have won their respective age groups at the European Cross Duathlon Championships.
Women in Science - Susannah Hart
Plymouth University news: Lecturer in Midwifery Susannah Hart reflects on her career in science and why it is important that women get involved in the subject
Students bring happiness and wellbeing to Barne Barton
Plymouth University news: In an excellent example of a range of health profession students from Plymouth University working together, the residents of Barne Barton were able to benefit from a happiness and wellbeing event
Million pound postgraduate health research programme set to launch
Plymouth University news: A new postgraduate research programme, funded by Health Education England and the National Institute for Health Research