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Issues in women’s football article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Issues in women’s football

In these three audios, Dr Carrie Dunn discusses a number of important areas of women’s football.

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5 mins
Older carers, COVID-19 and physical activity article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Older carers, COVID-19 and physical activity

It is estimated that 23% of adults aged 65 years and over provide unpaid care - how much has this increased since the corona virus outbreak? This article explores...

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10 mins
The drive to improve patient safety in the NHS in England article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

The drive to improve patient safety in the NHS in England

Can patient safety problems be improved by the NHS understanding why and how the error occur instead of blaming the failures on individuals?

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10 mins
A January detox to kick-start your year article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

A January detox to kick-start your year

Starting to feel the effects of an over-indulgent Christmas? Here are some suggestions on how to detox this January...

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15 mins
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Science, Maths & Technology

Brain Awareness Week

13-19 March is Brain Awareness Week. From our OU PhD students' fascinating research into the brain to a video on how brain neurons are just like a busy beach, we've got a host of FREE brainy learning materials.

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1 hr
Lesbian, gay and bisexual teenagers at much greater risk of depression article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Lesbian, gay and bisexual teenagers at much greater risk of depression

Adolescence can be tough for young people, but it can be especially hard for teenagers who aren’t straight. Dr Mathijs Lucassen explains. 

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5 mins
Can comedy change your life? article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Can comedy change your life?

After years spent in dark comedy clubs and cramped rooms above pubs, Mary O’Hara knows what makes her laugh. But what else can a good joke do? She meets the performers and researchers who say that comedy can change how we think and even how we act.

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10 mins
Identifying Values – Finding the Things that Matter the Most to You for the Way You Live and Work article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Identifying Values – Finding the Things that Matter the Most to You for the Way You Live and Work

Values are things that matter the most to you for the way you live and work. This article should help you to identify which ones are most important to you.

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10 mins
A matter of life and death: inequalities in healthcare for Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities video icon

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A matter of life and death: inequalities in healthcare for Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted that Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities in the UK were at greater risk of death from the virus. Dr Jenny Douglas explores racial inequalities in healthcare over the past 25 years in this article and video.

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10 mins
Learning to swim in murky seas: Exploitation of the Electorate via Social Media article icon

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Learning to swim in murky seas: Exploitation of the Electorate via Social Media

Learn psychological self-defence and start resisting the dark arts of political communication, in Volker Patent’s second article on Brexit and the General Election

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10 mins
What's in your toolbox? article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

What's in your toolbox?

Psychological flexibility is a Swiss army knife in uncertain times.

Article
10 mins
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Health, Sports & Psychology

Surrogacy around the world

Which country allows surrogates to legally accept payment for surrogacy from foreigners? Which European country only permits those in a heterosexual partnership or a single female to be intended parents? Professor Lesley Hoggart and Dr Sarah Earle, reveal some of the different rules in place for surrogacy around the world.

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5 mins