The potential impact of Brexit on employment rights and fairness at work
Plymouth University news: Margaret Prior and Professor Richard Saundry explore the relationship between domestic and European employment legislation and the future of labour regulation in a post-Brexit UK
Survey of toddlers' teeth shows ticking time bomb
Plymouth University news: After the publication by Public Health England of the first ever survey of oral health in three-year olds, Dr. Gail Rees and Dr. Robert Witton examine the consequences
Pressures on the NHS – the answers are out there
Plymouth University news: The NHS is facing what is arguably the biggest crisis in its history but, according to Professor Jonathan Pinkney, solutions may lie in a study he carried out into avoiding unnecessary acute hospital admissions
Patients need to be involved with the development of their doctors’ careers
Plymouth University news: The General Medical Council has published the Pearson Review of medical revalidation which recommends doctors and health services promote better the role of patients in medical revalidation
How do we protect our native bee species?
Plymouth University news: Dr Mairi Knight and Andrew Brown of the B4 Project write about our local bee populations in the South West and a collaboration established to understand their diversity and decline
Brexit and the integrated approach to stabilisation – Building Stability Overseas
Plymouth University news: James Flint explores the significance of Brexit for the security/defence and international aid/development domains, and the future of UK international engagement
Brain tumours come under the spotlight of parliament
Plymouth University news: Professor Oliver Hanemann discusses the forthcoming parliamentary debate on the funding of research into brain tumours and explains why more funding is needed
A testing time for NATO leaders
Plymouth University News: Academic analyses majors global security issues to be addressed at NATO summit
Tenth anniversary for Peninsula Dental School marks innovations in dental education and care
Plymouth University news: The Peninsula Dental School celebrates its 10th anniversary, and Professor Christopher Tredwin discusses the impact it has made in the dental profession and in oral health in the South West.
Labour markets under change: bullying and discrimination on the rise?
Plymouth University news: Ahead of giving the keynote address at a major international conference, Duncan Lewis - Professor of Management at Plymouth Business School - examines current issues regarding workplace bullying