Tim Vincent, Senior Learning Technologist at BSMS, explores the concept of blended learning
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Three current BSMS students provide their tips and advice on preparing for interview when applying to medical school
Sarah Newbury, Professor in RNA Biology at BSMS, has been awarded funding from the BBSRC to explore cell proliferation
A new project will enable parents in Sussex to be more closely involved in their babies' care in order to support earlier discharge from hospital.
Innovate UK has funded just over £130,000 to CAPSULE, an innovative resource developed by Ocasta and BSMS, to deliver worldwide access to medical students
Researchers based at BSMS and BSUHT have won a national Health Service Journal Patient Safety award for their ground-breaking tool
Patient Educators at BSMS have embraced virtual teaching and are contributing to sessions for students via Microsoft Teams.
Dr Clio Berry led a team of researchers to investigate evidence on the role of hopefulness in mental health treatment for young people with depression.
A researcher has been awarded a prestigious national fellowship, recognising him as a rising star in his field.
Professor awarded OBE for services to tackling neglected tropical diseases
The Widening Participation and Outreach team at BSMS have won the Innovation Award at the UK Social Mobility Awards 2020.
BSMS becomes the first medical school in the UK to live stream footage of cadaveric donors being dissected in a secure manner
A new cross-sectional study has found positive early evidence to support the use of the mobile learning application CAPSULE in undergraduate medical education
Head of Admissions, Darren Beaney, answers a series of questions about the application process and applying to study at BSMS.
The BSMS Virtual Work Experience (VWEX) programme has been added to the Barclays LifeSkills website as a resource for young people considering medicine.
A new study led by researchers at BSMS analyses how GPs' views of a patient data sharing scheme, care.data, might have influenced its downfall
Campaigns to circumcise millions of African boys and men to reduce HIV transmission are based more on systemic racism than sound scientific research
Selecting treatments according to genetic differences could help children and teenagers with asthma, according to research presented by BSMS
Matt Cowdock, BSMS Student Recruitment Coordinator, reveals 7 top things to do ahead of the UCAS application deadline on 15 October.
Independent search engines may respect your privacy but give more visibility to misinformation, a new study at BSMS finds
The BSMS Virtual Work Experience (VWEX) programme has been shortlisted as a finalist for the UK Social Mobility Awards 2020.
Naturally occurring lithium in public drinking water may have an anti-suicidal effect, according to a new study by BSMS and King's College London
Students have put Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) in fourth position in the 2020 National Student Survey (NSS) for medical schools
Pre/probiotic therapy may be useful for patients with depression and/or anxiety disorders, according to a review
Treatment with a molecule known as interleukin-2 (IL-2) may help reduce the inflammatory response in Motor Neuron Disease (MND), according to a new study.
Scientists identify a potential pattern within blood which signals the presence of motor neuron disease; a discovery which could improve diagnosis.
BSMS Reader calls for all schools and universities to be aware of the need for clear face masks or PPE for staff and students who are hard of hearing.
Shouting and spelling mistakes add together to make online health information appear doubly less trustworthy, a new study at BSMS finds
A statement on racism from Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS)
The Joint Clinical Research Office (JCRO) has been supporting applications by its partner organisations, which includes BSMS, in response to COVID-19.
GP's notes currently unavailable to medical researchers could provide clues to help manage major health crises – like COVID-19.
A study by BSMS has supported the use of blood thinners to treat some COVID-19 patients.
A series of stickers has been developed to help staff wearing personal protective equipment to communicate with children while wearing masks and visors.
There is a need for more nutrition within medical education, according to a study led by researchers at BSMS and the University of Brighton.
Medical students throughout the UK are getting a boost to their studies thanks to a digital learning programme developed by BSMS.
Research shows 'personalised' medicine approach could dramatically improve patients' lives
Ten years on from its founding, the Sackler Centre looks back on a successful first decade and forward to even greater discoveries in the future.
More than 2,000 people have signed up for a new virtual work experience scheme developed by BSMS since the programme launched at the end of January.
The University of Sussex and BSMS have acted quickly to respond to requests from health and government authorities to assist during the coronavirus crisis.
Fifth year medical students at Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) have already taken their final assessments and will soon join the workforce.
Dr Chi Eziefula, Senior Lecturer in Infection at BSMS, answers Coronavirus questions in University of Brighton podcast
A team of BSMS students have set up a group for NHS key workers and healthcare students to communicate and arrange childcare as rotas step up
BSMS has answered a call for help from the NHS to provide essential personal protective equipment for frontline workers responding to the Coronavirus outbreak.
BSMS announces new partnership with the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) to deliver surgical training in Brighton.
A new foundation to end the neglect of three tropical disease has been launched at Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS).
Lack of exposure to dying patients is resulting in low confidence among graduate doctors when caring for patients, research shows
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