Latest news

Filter by topic, date or search by keyword

Filter by topic:

Search by keyword:

Or view by year

2020
2019
How kidney patients reported their experience of care in 2020

How kidney patients reported their experience of care in 2020

The Kidney Care UK / Renal Association Kidney Patient Reported Experience Measure (PREM) 2020 annual report is now available. Results analysed by the University of Hertfordshire show that, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, patients still rated their experience of care highly, demonstrating the hard work of kidney teams throughout the UK....

12 May 2021

The future is bright: business leaders’ positive message to SMEs as Hertfordshire recovers from COVID-19

The future is bright: business leaders’ positive message to SMEs as Hertfordshire recovers from COVID-19

Local business leaders and SMEs explored how companies can innovate and grow post-pandemic in an online panel discussion for the University of Hertfordshire’s SME Support Day (28 April)....

30 April 2021

New research uncovers the impact of COVID-19 on LGBT sexual health and identifies need for investment and innovation

New research uncovers the impact of COVID-19 on LGBT sexual health and identifies need for investment and innovation

Whilst lockdown has meant a cessation or a significant reduction in sexual activity for many, the need for sexual health information, testing, treatment, contraception and HIV testing and prevention services such as PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) continues....

23 April 2021

New sculpture by internationally renowned artist installed at University of Hertfordshire

New sculpture by internationally renowned artist installed at University of Hertfordshire

UH Arts is delighted to announce that the University of Hertfordshire Art Collection has acquired its 14th outdoor sculpture – a striking, light-reflecting, pyramidal form called Diabolo. The sculpture is the second in the Collection by internationally renowned sculptor and UH alumna Diane Maclean. It has been installed in time...

22 April 2021

University’s Hertfordshire Law Clinic launches free legal advice clinic for the LGBT+ community

University’s Hertfordshire Law Clinic launches free legal advice clinic for the LGBT+ community

The University of Hertfordshire’s Hertfordshire Law Clinic this week launches its LGBT+ Law Clinic, a new service to provide free legal advice and support for the LGBT+ community in the region....

21 April 2021

Conjuring up creativity: can magic tricks hold the key to unlocking children’s creative thinking?

Conjuring up creativity: can magic tricks hold the key to unlocking children’s creative thinking?

New findings from researchers at the University of Hertfordshire show that learning to perform magic tricks makes children more creative....

20 April 2021

Launch of new Hertfordshire Sports Village clinic to help ‘long COVID’ sufferers

Launch of new Hertfordshire Sports Village clinic to help ‘long COVID’ sufferers

A new clinic has opened today (12 April) at the Hertfordshire Sports Village (HSV), University of Hertfordshire, to help those suffering with the long-term effects of COVID-19....

12 April 2021

New study to explore the holiday experiences of children with autism and their families

New study to explore the holiday experiences of children with autism and their families

A new study led by the University of Hertfordshire has been launched to investigate the holiday experiences of children with autism and their families, to help the tourism industry make holidays more accessible. The research team is now looking for families to take part in an online survey....

7 April 2021

Universities to play a vital role in UK’s pandemic recovery

Universities to play a vital role in UK’s pandemic recovery

A new campaign launched by the University Alliance group, in which the University of Hertfordshire is a part of, is highlighting how universities will help power a national, economic, social and cultural recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic....

1 April 2021

University of Hertfordshire’s contribution to local growth and regeneration recognised in Research England’s Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF)

University of Hertfordshire’s contribution to local growth and regeneration recognised in Research England’s Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF)

The University of Hertfordshire has been recognised for the diverse contribution it makes to local growth and regeneration, the quality of its research partnerships and its work with the public and third sector via Research England’s Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF)....

31 March 2021

Please note that some of the images and videos on our news pages may have been taken before social distancing rules in the UK came into force.