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Students from the University of Chester have landed back on British soil after a successful musical tour of Brazil.
Government Mental Health Market Experiment weakened by bureaucracy, competitive tendering and funding (Payment by Results)
A research report http://www.chester.ac.uk/cptpc/research/papers published this week (Wednesday, December 4, 2013) by the University of Chester’s Centre for Psychological Therapies in Primary Care finds that the introduction of competition to the provision of psychological therapies has resulted in a funding system that encourages providers to reject some patients because they are not easy to treat, and puts pressure on therapists to claim patients are recovering – or they won’t get paid.
World-famous writer Roger McGough, once described by Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy as ‘the patron saint of poetry’, presented the winners with their prizes at the 10th High Sheriff’s Cheshire Prize for Literature evening hosted by the University of Chester.
An academic centre to aid the wellbeing of armed forces veterans has been launched at the University of Chester.
The pressure was on when students from the University of Chester pitted their commercial wits against one another in a bid to jet off to Moscow.
Over 45 PR and business students on the University of Chester’s Warrington Campus attended a guest lecture from Robert Leaf, former International Chairman of global public relations and communications firm Burson-Marsteller, about working in this sector.
A national award, recognising commitment to the health and wellbeing of employees, has been presented to the University of Chester.
An exciting art exposition, featuring pieces by the first group of Master’s students on a new course at the University of Chester, is taking place at Upton-by-Chester High School next week.
Students from the University of Chester have captured some of the region’s most important, historic landmarks in a series of photographs for a Wikipedia campaign.
It was a case of man versus machine when the University of Chester’s men’s rugby team went head to head with a Volkswagen Golf to mark the arrival of the World Rally Championship in Wales.
These are questions that will be answered at an interactive event, hailed as a fabulous fusion of education and entertainment, taking place at the University of Chester next week.
Secondary school pupils all over the country will be able to access virtual lessons at the touch of a button, thanks to a new initiative designed in collaboration with the University of Chester.
In the wake of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an academic from the University of Chester who specialises in psychosocial oncology discusses the psychological impact of living with cancer for both the patient and those closest to them.
A collection of contemporary art, created by alumni of the University of Chester’s Art and Design Department, is now on exhibition at the institution’s Kingsway Buildings.
Their cultural impact upon the world was monumental, and now History and Archaeology students are learning about The Beatles’ musical heritage as part of their studies at the University of Chester.
Writing for her university newspaper, volunteering to help fellow students, supporting community organisations and undertaking overseas work placements – Nutrition and Dietetics student Laura Hill has packed a lot in alongside her degree studies.
Having hooked himself a Gold medal in the British University and Colleges (BUCS) Boxing Championships and scored a Sportsman of the Year title, a keen sportsman from the University of Chester now has a Sports Coaching degree under his boxing belt.
A University of Chester student, who dedicated over 500 hours of her spare time to help young carers while managing to achieve top marks in her assignments, will graduate with first-class honours this week.
Her nose for a good story not only earned Molly Johnson a University prize at the end of her three years of studying Journalism, but also helped her to land a trainee journalist position at a global company in Holland.
Thanks to the Work Based Integrated Studies (WBIS) programme offered by the Centre of Work Related Studies at the University of Chester, a new cohort of students will be graduating this week, having gained honours degrees without having to leave their day jobs.