EU universities coming together to improve well-being during COVID-19 – University of Birmingham

Experts from a group of top European universities are launching a Policy Commission that aims to improve the well-being of people across Europe and beyond living under the shadow of the global Coronavirus pandemic. Researchers from the European University of Well-being (EUniWell) will kick-start the 6-month commission with a live one and a half-hour webinar […]

Climate change could make diseases like COVID-19 passing from animals to humans more likely – University of Kent

The climate and biodiversity crises are presenting unprecedented global health risks that need to be urgently addressed, argue conservationists including Dr Charlie Gardner from Kent’s Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE). However, they warn that the economic impacts of COVID-19 may reduce society’s willingness to tackle environmental issues, increasing the risk of future pandemics. […]

Students Collaborate with Patients to Create Radio Drama – Central School of Speech and Drama

A team of Central’s MA Applied Theatre students led by Dr Nicola Abraham and Jo James, Nurse Consultant at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, have collaborated with NHS patients on Auchi Ward at Hammersmith Hospital to create an immersive radio drama entitled ‘What Goes Around Comes Around’. The project started as an applied theatre and outreach […]

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