The new campaign, called Every Mind Matters, highlights that while we can all feel stressed, anxious, low or have trouble sleeping, there are simple actions we can take to manage these issues and prevent them from becoming more serious.
We are delighted to announce that Professor Laura Green OBE has been appointed as Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Head of the College of Life and Environmental Sciences.
James McKendry, Nathan Hodson and Benoit Smeuninx, PhD students within SportExR all won prizes in the highly competitive Young Investigator Awards competition.
BSc Physiotherapy student, Hannah Payton, is currently tackling the most prestigious cycling stage race in the women's calendar, after being selected by her team 'Trek-Drops'.
Carlos Murillo, MRes Spinal Pain Student within the School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences, has won the "best student oral presentation" at the XXII Congress of the International Society of Electrophysiology and Kinesiology in Dublin this month.
Professor Anna Whittaker's advice on how to deal with stress, which include the number of hours you sleep, physical activity, eating healthily and limiting alcohol intake, are featured in a recent Woman's Weekly Healthy Living magazine.
Professor Joan Duda, gave her thoughts on a recent research piece, featured in The Guardian.
Dr Victoria Goodyear is the recipient of the Inaugural Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise Early Career Researcher Award.
Dr Roskell, Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy, has been selected as the winner of the Outstanding Teaching Award 2018 for the College of Life and Environmental Sciences.
Jassim AlGhaith, PhD student within the School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences wins a Pre-Doctoral Research Award at the Experimental Biology 2018 Conference, California.
Physiotherapy at Birmingham is ranked 1st overall in The Complete University Guide 2019 subject rankings.
Dr Katrien Segaert, Lecturer in the School of Psychology, describes, in The Conversation, her research showing that fitter older people are less likely to have "It's on the tip-of-my-tongue" moments than less fit older people.