• Sri Lankan Women in the UK

  • Here’s why I include pronouns in my e-mail

    Inclusive language creates inclusive workplaces and, by sharing yours, it makes it easier for someone who is gender non-conforming to share their pronouns. Gender pronouns are words that a person uses to describe themselves or would like others to describe them. For cisgender people, the common pronouns are she/her/hers or he/him/his.  However, people who do […]

  • Meeting Recordings

    The Care Act 2014 Sian Davies Zoom Meeting Recording Mental Health Act 1983 Stephanie David Date: Mar 5, 2021 09:18 London Zoom Meeting Recording Mental Capacity Act 2005 and its application in the time of the Coronavirus Sian Davies Date: Mar 9, 2021 09:20 London Zoom Meeting Recording Children: application of Care Act 2014, Mental […]

  • The Creative Voice: using art therapies for healing racial trauma. Claire Beerjerez

    I was fortunate enough to submit an academic poster for Manchester Metropolitan’s Annual PGR Conference. I presented my current research project on exploring how creative art therapies can heal racial trauma. I really enjoyed the process of forming and submitting my work. Being able to share my poster with other academics was very exciting and […]

  • #WorldDownSyndromeDay2021

    Joanne Harris became a national celebrity when family friend Craig Phillips donated the prize money from winning the first Big Brother to her to fund a heart and lung transplant.It had been feared she would have to travel to the US for treatment. She became a true ambassador for people with Down Syndrome after her […]

  • #WorldDiabetesDay2020

    Nurses: Improve your diabetes knowledge Learn how to help people with diabetes understand and manage their condition. This online course in the IDF School of Diabetes will help nurses and other health professionals to effectively support people with diabetes and promote healthy lifestyles and self-management to achieve optimal control of the condition. This online course […]

  • Student Voice Logo Competition

    Dear Nursing Associate, Nursing and Midwifery Students Are you creative…..needing an artistic challenge……like to win some additional funds…. We are looking for you as we need a LOGO, which represent Nursing Associate, Nursing & Midwifery student voice! ‘Student voice’ represents activities within our programmes, Dept, Faculty and the University where students’ opinion, views and feedback […]

  • Healthcare Simulation Week 14th – 18th 2020, Helen Henderson, Head of Simulation and Skills Education shares her experiences and optimism for the future.

    A year ago during Healthcare Sim Week 2019 we were busy getting ready to move into our new Clinical Skills and Simulation Centre here at Edge Hill University and for those of you who can remember Derek, he was busy packing and looking forward to finally getting into in his new home. Enjoy the rest […]

  • The Role of the Facilitator during COVID-19

    Our Simulation and Clinical Skills Facilitator, Agnieszka Sumera, talks about how her role has adapted in the current climate. I have been experiencing a lot of challenges and opportunities at the same time during the pandemic. Due to this new situation, I can no longer work in the way I used to before the pandemic […]

  • An brief insight into the role of Ian Ballard, Senior Simulation and Skills Technician

    See below a short demonstration of how Ian introduces how the manikin is connected and controlled remotely from the external control room for taking pulse, blood pressure readings etc https://youtu.be/YEf2TlEEcuY