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Unintended consequences: batch recruitment and improving diversity in nursing recruitment

October 15 2021

Research Fellow Roger Kline reviews a paper looking at the impact of joint-evaluation methods in NHS recruitment on application success rates

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No more tick boxes…

September 16 2021

Roger Kline’s gives an introduction to his research on creating fairer sustainable outcomes for disabled, female and black and minority ethnic staff in the NHS

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A tale of two metrics

February 25 2021

Roger Kline, Research Fellow at our Business School, discusses the two main findings from the 2020 NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard report.

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Cash for kink: the online risky sexual behaviour by young women during COVID pandemic

February 10 2021

Elena Martellozzo and Paula Bradbury of the Centre for Abuse and Trauma Studies examine the impact OnlyFans has had on young women during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Life is digital by default – what’s the impact on young people’s mental health?

December 16 2020

An online webinar brought together leading clinical and academic experts to discuss the impact in the rise of technology on the mental health of children and young people.

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Exploring the impact of dance

November 10 2020

Michela Vecchi, an Associate Professor of Economics at MDX, is leading a team of researchers to explore the potential effects of dance on wellbeing and on our professional life across cultures.

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How equine therapy can transform lives of disabled children

August 26 2020

Josh Sharman and Fiona Suthers, from the Clinical Skills Team at Middlesex University and Emma Hunter, a physiotherapist and RDA coach, discuss the benefits and risks of horse riding for young people with disabilities

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A Midwifery placement in the Philippines

June 01 2020

Leticia was a midwifery student at Middlesex University in 2018. She spent two weeks in a Philippine hospital to see the differences between the delivery of care in The Philippines and the UK.

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#MentalHealth Awareness Week

May 21 2020

Nicky Lambert, Associate Professor in the Department of Mental Health and Social Work at Middlesex, encourages focusing on our mental wellbeing and looks at the mental health of current NHS staff

COVID-19 deaths and NHS staff. What can we conclude?

April 30 2020

Roger Kline, Research Fellow at Middlesex University, highlights the three principles NHS organisations should take forward immediately to avoid unecessary staff deaths.

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