Communication breakdown and cultural factors create barriers stopping BME groups accessing mental health services
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Double win for ground-breaking dementia project
3D printing is being used at BSMS to enhance medical students' learning, by allowing them to take away printed 'body parts' they are studying in dissection.
Astrophysicists will swap galaxies for general practice in an innovative new study that aims to improve the early diagnosis of dementia.
A Masters in Research student has received an award allowing him to carry out research on sickle cell disease in the US on one of the world's most prestigious scholarship schemes.
Researchers studying the benefits of taking antioxidants and antioxidant vitamins to prevent or cure disease have a clear warning for the public: do not take these unless a clear deficiency has been diagnosed by your doctor.
Local schools and families are being invited to take part in a new project to improve the health of children with asthma and reduce the number of days they have to miss from school.
It is possible to predict how well tuberculosis (TB) responds to drug treatment, according to a new study at BSMS.
A new study, led by Dr Harry Witchel, suggests technology could lead to 'empathetic' robots and reactive on-line learning programmes.
Researchers are to conduct a study to see whether young asthma patients respond better to personalised treatment than to the standard treatments.
Neuroscientists at BSMS and the University of Sussex's Sackler Centre identify the brain network system that causes us to slip up when feeling anxious.
BSMS Professor Lesley Fallowfield has been made a Dame in the New Year's Honours
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