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Brighton professor to assist World Health Organization

A School of Health Sciences professor has been appointed to advise a World Health Organization (WHO) project aimed at ensuring people have access to high-quality tests for sexually transmitted infections (STIs). The temporary appointment will see Professor Nigel Sherriff, the University’s Professor of Public Health and Public Promotion, assisting the ‘Sexually Transmitted Infection Point-of-care Testing’…

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Harnessing the future – now

People will be able to manage their own health more effectively and even diagnose their own health issues thanks to new digital health technologies. That was the message from a University of Brighton lecturer in his keynote speech at an international nurses’ conference in Mexico. Dr Theo Fotis, from the University’s Centre for Secure, Intelligent…

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Podcast: Catching up with Dr Josh Cameron

In the latest podcast, Dr Cameron discusses his extensive work in mental health and why building resilience is a societal issue. ​The School of Health Sciences Principal Lecturer also explains the background behind the Blackpool-based ‘Resilience Revolution‘ project he co-leads on, and how ‘problem-based learning’ is implemented into his teaching. To listen to the podcast,…

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