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Academic receives RCN Foundation Impact Award for research supporting student nurse wellbeing

May Chen, Senior Lecturer in the School of Nursing, has received a RCN Foundation Impact Award in recognition of the positive influence her research has had upon the wellbeing of student nurses.

10 May 2024

Study shows exercising slows our perception of time

New research has revealed our perception of time can be altered by physical exercise.

10 May 2024

Supporting undergraduates with research opportunities

Funding has been secured by the School of Allied and Public Health Professions to support undergraduate students with health and social care research opportunities.

03 May 2024

Minding the generation gap.

A new book co-authored by Dr Jennie Bristow, Reader in Sociology, explores key questions on generational studies.

24 April 2024

Researchers reach FameLab regional final

Four researchers from Canterbury Christ Church University have been selected as regional finalists for FameLab, the largest science communication competition and training programme in the world.

27 March 2024

University scores funding to encourage activity in the community through touch rugby

The Rugby Football Union (RFU) has awarded Canterbury Christ Church University’s Sport and Active Health Department funding for an exciting touch rugby initiative.

26 March 2024

Urgent call to address challenges faced by freelance mothers in dance

Latest research reveals risk of injury and exhaustion as new mothers feel pressures to return to work too soon.

01 March 2024

Using artificial intelligence to stop vandalism on historic sites.

Artificial intelligence could play a significant part in deterring graffiti vandals from defacing churches, castles and monasteries, after historic sites experienced a dramatic increase in attacks.

10 January 2024

Mystery skull undergoes scan

Canterbury Christ Church University and Maidstone Museum have been investigating a skull reputedly found at a local prehistoric site, to uncover more information about the person.

18 December 2023

Natural mineral may reduce risk of cancer, study suggests

The natural mineral, known as a nano-nutrient matrix (NNM), was created and developed originally to treat anti-inflammatory skin conditions, such as psoriasis and eczema.

12 December 2023

Kent and Medway Medical School awarded £1.7 million by Wellcome for sleep study

KMMS Professor Sukhwinder Shergill, with colleagues from Canterbury Christ Church University and other universities, has been awarded £1.7m to study the connection between sleep and mental health.

30 November 2023

World-renowned human rights lawyer Professor Juan Méndez opens international policing conference

Professor Juan Méndez, a distinguished human rights lawyer and advocate, opened an international conference hosted by Canterbury Christ Church University’s Centre for Policing Research.

29 November 2023

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