In the news: 24-30 April 2020
Student Nurse, Hannah Shaw, was interviewed about her placement at a hospital in Milton Keynes, on BBC Radio Northampton on Tuesday (starts 1h 15m).
Our Visiting Professor, Visiting Professor Dr Steve O’Brien, made another appearance on BBC Radio Northampton this week, as he fielded coronavirus questions (interviews at 1h 12m; 1h 44m; 2h 14m and 2h 46m).
History student, Tom Walker, was featured in the Milton Keynes Citizen after winning our Fakeaway Challenge.
Module leader for Biochemistry, David Young, spoke about volunteering at Northampton General Hospital in an interview with BBC Radio Northampton, on Monday (starts 2h 24m). David was also featured in the Chronicle & Echo.
BBC Radio Leicester had our Westminster expert, Kate Ironside, on the air on Monday to talk about the Prime Minister’s lockdown decision (starts 3h 37m).
Nursery World carried an opinion piece from Eunice Lumsden, Head of Early Years, who was looking to the future of early childhood care.
Dr Jacob Saranga, Dean of the Faculty of Health, Education and Society, was interviewed on NLive Radio last Thursday. He spoke of his admiration for students and staff from his faculty who have answered the Government’s call to assist health services in the fight against coronavirus.