In the news: 4-10 March 2022

Date 10.03.2022

Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing, Emma Dillon, spoke to BBC Radio Northampton on Thursday about why mental health matters. The interview was part of the station’s Headfest event (starts 1h 24m).

Our coronavirus expert, Dr Steve O’Brien, gave his reaction to the latest news on Covid-19, on Tuesday morning, on BBC Radio Northampton (clips at 1h 43m and 2h 50m).

Sport and Exercise Science student, Andy Ibbott, is tackling Mount Everest, despite suffering a severe stroke in 2011. As reported by Northamptonshire Chamber.

NLive Radio featured interviews with senior UON staff as part of International Women’s Day.

BBC Radio Leicester spoke to our Westminster expert, Kate Ironside, about the Ukrainian president’s speech to Parliament (starts 3h 24m).

Student Kirstie Pope spoke to the Chronicle & Echo about the University’s mental health day.

Our student, and Paralympic gold medallist, Maisie Summers-Newton, was in the Chronicle & Echo after winning an inspirational women award.

The Northamptonshire Wellbeing Hub, which UON is a partner of, has announced a programme of activities at Delapre, as reported by Northants Life and All Things Business.

A Mental Health Nursing student of ours, who used to be a builder, has had his story covered by Business In The Midlands and Wellbeing News.