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1304, 2017

One abused every minute: ITV’s Broadchurch and the uncomfortable truths about sexual violence

By |April 13th, 2017|In The News, Uncategorized|0 Comments

By Dr Elizabeth Yardley, Director of the Centre for Applied Criminology at Birmingham City University

Easter Monday will see the conclusion of series three of ITV’s Broadchurch. This is the most powerful crime drama I have seen in recent years. The reason I like it so much is not because of dazzling forensic science or charismatic […]

1104, 2017

Murdered Abroad: Supporting those affected by homicide in a foreign country

By |April 11th, 2017|Opinion|0 Comments

By Liam Brolan, Lecturer in Criminology at Birmingham City University

According to figures published by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 83 British people fell victim to homicide in a foreign country in the year 2014.  Cases of homicide abroad can often attract a large amount of media attention and consequently the impact of the murder reaches […]

302, 2017

In the eye of a storm

By |February 3rd, 2017|In The News, Opinion|0 Comments

By Kim Moore, Senior Lecturer in Mental Health

Over the past year nursing associations and the Royal colleges of Nursing and Midwifery all predicted the abolition of the nursing bursary would lead to a reduction in applications for university applicants for nursing courses.  Today, that prediction seems to have been realised with a national drop in […]

303, 2016

Relieving stress while at uni – a student’s guide

By |March 3rd, 2016|Student Life|Comments Off on Relieving stress while at uni – a student’s guide

Jean Tsiga is a second year Mental Health Nursing student at Birmingham City University.

Mental wellbeing is a vital part of our survival, and as students we are prone to feeling stressed from ongoing pressures within our studies and personal lives.

Like me, many of you may have to juggle course work deadlines, placements, childcare, work (to […]

1602, 2016

Is the next Head of Ofsted likely to be an American and does it really matter?

By |February 16th, 2016|In The News, Opinion|Comments Off on Is the next Head of Ofsted likely to be an American and does it really matter?

Dr Matt O’Leary, Reader in Education at Birmingham City University

Never one to shy away from a challenge and with a tendency to attract confrontation, the Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw is a formidable character who has caused controversy among politicians and practitioners alike during his term in office. In a much publicised spat between himself and […]

105, 2015

How might Prince George cope with a new baby in the royal household?

By |May 1st, 2015|In The News|Comments Off on How might Prince George cope with a new baby in the royal household?

By Dr. Elle Boag (PhD) Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology and Alison Edwards, Senior Lecturer in Midwifery, Birmingham City University

Being a toddler in a royal Windsor household doesn’t mean the usual patterns of behaviour associated with a new baby coming into the home won’t apply – even if that home is a little larger than average.

Prince […]