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17th April 2019
  In 2012 the Australian government instituted a federal government inquiry into endemic child sexual abuse across the country. It had unprecedented scope, lasting five years and involving six Commissioners and funding of nearly $400 million. The outcome of the inquiry was the publication of the...
28th March 2019
  Dr Hugh Dunkerley, Programme Coordinator for the successful MA in Creative Writing at the University of Chichester, has published his second collection of poems entitled Kin. His first collection, Hare, was published to critical acclaim in 2010. Kin extends the themes of Hare with a focus on the...
12th March 2019
  A EUROPEAN project involving academics from the University of Chichester has received €2.5 million from the EU Interreg 2Seas programme - co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and part of a wider €4.2 million partnership - to help tackle the rise in sexually-transmitted infections...
8th March 2019
  THE University of Chichester has been championing the role of women in society since it first opened its doors as a training college in 1839. Now, 180-years later, those principles remain a fundamental part of the University and its community - as it bids to develop a new generation of female...
6th March 2019
Average saving of $3,947 per patient Increased patient quality of life also reported A STUDY published today (Wednesday 6th March 2019) in PLOS ONE by academics in Australia and the UK, shows that specialist wound management clinics are the most cost-effective route for the care of chronic wounds...
7th February 2019
Research shows that the relationship between pop artist Roy Lichtenstein and comics’ ‘strip men’ was more complex and collaborative than previously thought The relationship between pop artist Roy Lichtenstein and the creators of comics was famously fraught, with accusations of imitation and idea-...
30th January 2019
    THE HISTORY of how golf helped to shape one of Britain's most iconic seaside towns has been revealed in a new study by the University of Chichester. Bournemouth’s tourism trade boomed in the late nineteenth century due to the popularity of the game, according to academic Paul Wheeler, a senior...
21st January 2019
The study is the first to identify distinct subgroups of psychological flexibility Psychological flexibility is a core element of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy The findings will help clinicians to better tailor therapies to the needs of their clients Tailored therapies are more likely to...
16th January 2019
Project is the first nationwide study of prevalence of child maltreatment in Australia Damage caused by maltreatment in childhood continues into adulthood Findings from the study will provide evidence for public health services around the world to enhance prevention and care A University of...
6th December 2018
UK universities have been at the forefront of the most significant discoveries and pioneering changes of the last century - and the University of Chichester is centre stage of these developments. We’re celebrating the many ways in which Chichester has made a real difference to everyday lives with...

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