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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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The disproportionate deaths of NHS staff during COVID-19

April 22 2020

Roger Kline, Research Fellow at Middlesex University Business School, discusses the disproportionate deaths for BME NHS staff.

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The depressing state of bullying in the NHS

February 19 2020

Roger Kline, Research Fellow in our Business School discusses the shocking rise of bullying in the NHS.

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#16days of gender-based violence: The women paying the ultimate price of men’s violence

January 08 2020

Mia Scally, Lecturer in Forensic Psychology/Criminology writes a moving post about gender-based violence facing women all over the world.

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False harmony and the embedding of inequality

January 07 2020

Roger Kline, Research Fellow in the Business School, discusses the impact and issues associated with identity and discrimination.

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Is much NHS discipline unfair and pointless?

July 16 2019

Roger Kline examines the effectiveness of disciplinary action in the NHS

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