Breastfeeding peer supporters need to feel valued
Plymouth University news: Breastfeeding peer supporters need to feel valued to make their service sustainable, according to a study by Plymouth University.
Volunteering in Sierra Leone
Dr Leigh Jackson of Plymouth University reflects on a month he’ll never forget volunteering in an Ebola testing and treatment centre in Sierra Leone
Women in Science - Susannah Hart
Plymouth University news: Lecturer in Midwifery Susannah Hart reflects on her career in science and why it is important that women get involved in the subject
Million pound postgraduate health research programme set to launch
Plymouth University news: A new postgraduate research programme, funded by Health Education England and the National Institute for Health Research