In the news: 1-7 January 2021

Date 7.01.2021

Paramedic Science student, Tom Rothwell, has spoken to Ambulance Life about studying during the pandemic while managing a serious health condition.

Our resident health expert Dr Steve O’Brien was on BBC Radio Northampton, on Tuesday, for his weekly chat about coronavirus with presenter Annabel Amos (clips at 1h 13m; 1h 43m; 1h 51m; 2h 24m and 2h 48m).

Learning Disability Nursing Student, Helen Morgan, is featured in the Nursing Standard talking about how she hopes to inspire the next generation into the industry in her capacity as an NHS ambassador (article is behind a paywall).

Our very own Professor Chris Roe appears in new Netflix series, Surviving Death. The Psychology academic talks about research into mediums and what happens when we die.

Our Westminster expert, Kate Ironside, and her Multimedia Journalism student, Miriam Kimvangu, appeared on BBC Radio Northampton on Tuesday evening to discuss Lockdown Pt III (starts 2h 11m).

Kate also appeared on BBC Radio Leicester, on New Year’s Day, talking about Brexit (starts 2h 16m).

Nursing student, Georgia Richardson, was featured in the Bucks Herald explaining how her father’s death inspired her to enter the profession. Her story was also in Northampton Life.

The Chronicle & Echo ran the news about the KLF releasing music on Spotify. Bill Drummond, who is both and alumni and an honorand of ours, is one of the people behind the maverick musical act.