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Dr Rebecca Alegbo from the School of Health and Social Care explains what inclusive pedagogy is, and why it's important.
Dr Rebecca Alegbo
08 July 2021
The latest episode of the Louder Than Words looks at the impact of brain injury. How do we find out more about more about the problems survivors face? What needs to change in the way we support them live their lives?
Professor Jules Pretty
In the third episode of Louder Than Words Professor Jules Pretty and Martha Dixon look at changing attitudes to mental health and how that is having an impact on healthcare, education and support for young people.
27 May 2021
Blog by Professor Susan McPherson relating to public health versus the right to health
Professor Susan McPherson
25 May 2021
We’re a university where taking yourself out of your comfort zone, being open to new ideas and pushing the boundaries is a way of life. But how well do you know what’s going on in your own mind and body? Now more than ever, it’s important to reclaim some space for yourself. Take some time out and try these mindfulness practices.
School of Health and Social Care
29 April 2021
Hear from Sally Burrows who is co-producing a research proposal with Traveller communities, health workers, and policy makers. She discusses the difficulties of building trust virtually, as well as finding an appropriate channel for communication, particularly during a pandemic..
19 April 2021
Dr Camille Cronin shares an insight into her role as a nurse educator, and her clinical practice within primary care and the vaccine programme throughout the pandemic.
Dr Camille Cronin
To celebrate Women in STEM, we’re sharing the stories of inspiring female role models and their cutting-edge work.
08 March 2021
Blog explains the importance of “place” so members of the public can actively engage and contribute to projects.
Dr Andrew Bateman
30 November 2020
Winter exercise is important for maintaining physical and mental health - here's why
Dr Jo Barton,
Dr Ruth Lowry
12 November 2020