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Standardised approach to bereavement care and disposal of pregnancy remains needed following miscarriage, report reveals

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The standard of care for mothers experiencing the end of a pregnancy varies widely, with more to be done to replicate good practice found in some NHS Trusts and hospitals, according to a new study led by researchers at the University of Birmingham and the University of Bristol.
Date:
10/10/2017
Categories:
Arts and Law, Research

Ninagawa Shakespeare Memorial Symposium at the Embassy of Japan in UK

Ninagawa Shakespeare Memorial Symposium at the Embassy of Japan in UK
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A world-renowned expert from the University Of Birmingham is taking part in a special symposium on the internationally-acclaimed Japanese theatre director Yukio Ninagawa, with a focus on his unique Shakespeare productions.
Date:
13/09/2017
Categories:
Arts and Law, International

Rediscovery of the earliest Latin Commentary on the Gospels, made available in English for the first time

Rediscovery of the earliest Latin Commentary on the Gospels, made available in English for the first time
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The earliest Latin Commentary on the Gospels, lost for over 1500 years, has been rediscovered and made available in English for the first time.
Date:
23/08/2017
Categories:
Arts and Law, Research

Professor of African history elected to the British Academy

Professor of African history elected to the British Academy
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Professor Paulo Fernando de Moraes Farias, Honorary Professor at the University of Birmingham has been named among sixty-six of the world's leading minds elected as Fellows of the British Academy yesterday, Thursday 20 July.
Date:
21/07/2017
Categories:
Arts and Law, Research

Britain's disabled workers continue to miss out on jobs due to a lack of tax breaks and incentives for employers

Britain's disabled workers continue to miss out on jobs due to a lack of tax breaks and incentives for employers
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Disabled people would have a better chance to find a job if the government did more to support businesses - by abolishing national insurance contributions of disabled workers and providing incentives to hire workers with disability.
Date:
11/07/2017
Categories:
Arts and Law, Research
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