We welcome #hellomynameis campaign on campus

By Jan.17, 2018

The USSU Nursing Society are welcome Chris Pointon from the #hellomynameis campaign to campus on Wednesday 24th January 2018 from 1.30pm in MS g21. The event is being hosted by the School of Health and Society and the Nursing Society. This campaign grown considerably over the years and has great relevance to all allied health […]

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60 sec with Tracey Williamson, Reader (Public Involvement, Engagement & Experience)

By Dec.10, 2017

1.What is your position within the School? Reader in Public Involvement, Engagement & Experience. This means a full time researcher in involving the public in research around dementia, enabling technology, improving services and patient experience using mostly participatory approaches. I also Lead on research impact for the school. 2.How long have you worked in the […]

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60 sec with Ben Light, Professor of Digital Society

By Sep.08, 2017

1.What is your position within the School? Professor of Digital Society 2.How long have you worked in the School of Health & Society?  Just over a year, but I also worked at Salford from 1999-2014 3.Which building are you based in? Mary Seacole 4.Why did you choose to work within the School?

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School wins eight ESRC Social Science Festival funding awards

By Jul.21, 2017

Following a recent round of ESRC Social Science Festival funding, we are delighted to announce 8 of the 11 funding awards granted by the University have been made to our School. You will see there is a fabulous range of initiatives. There will be a showcase event in October that will illustrate approaches to impact taken […]

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60 sec with Dr Jeanne Lythgoe, Senior Lecturer in Midwifery

By Jul.19, 2017

1.What is your position within the School? I’m a Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader for our BSc Midwifery (156wk) 2.How long have you worked in the School of Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work and Social Sciences, University of Salford?  6 years 3.Which building are you based in? Mary Seacole, you can find me in MS3.50 4.Why […]

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Dr Mark Widdowson wins international research award

By Jul.15, 2017

On Friday 28th July, Dr Mark Widdowson, senior lecturer in counselling and psychotherapy will be the first ever recipient of the International Transactional Analysis Association’s Research Award at the World Conference of Transactional Analysis in Berlin. Transactional Analysis was originally developed for psychotherapy and counselling but is also used in educational and organisational development settings. The […]

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60 sec with Laura Connelly, Lecturer in Criminology

By Apr.07, 2017

1.What is your position within the School? I’m a Lecturer in Criminology 2.How long have you worked in the School of Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work and Social Sciences, University of Salford? I joined in September 2016 3.Which building are you based in? I’m based in Allerton. You can find me in L520 4.Why did you […]

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Race and Society

By Apr.07, 2017

By Tina G. Patel This book has just been published by Sage Publications, and is authored by Dr Tina G. Patel, who is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Salford. Race and Society provides a thoughtful and critically engaging exploration of some of the key issues around race and racialisation, which have arisen in what is considered […]

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Knowledge for Change – placements in Uganda

By Feb.23, 2017

Knowledge for Change is an international charity, hosted by the University of Salford, that provides highly educational elective placements and training opportunities in healthcare sectors in developing countries. Driven by our strong focus on ethics and sustainability, all placements aim to facilitate a mutual exchange of knowledge, skills and expertise. This way, while having a […]

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The angel of mercy and the inspiring Salford University

By Feb.09, 2017

A blog post by Noura Almadani, PhD student at School of Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work and Social Sciences My personality has been shaped by my Islamic cultural background, values, ethical principles and beliefs that I carry with me throughout life. I spent my childhood on the northern border of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Tabouk), living […]

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