Governments must intervene now to support students; universities cannot do this alone

By Professor Steve West, Vice-Chancellor at UWE Bristol The growing calls across the country to refund tuition fees are impossible ...
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Stockpiling during the first lockdown

By Beth Benker, Senior Lecturer in Sociology  During the UK’s lockdown, food shortages and instances of stockpiling were well-publicised events ...
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Tackling Food Sector challenges post COVID-19

By Vikas Kumar, Director of Research and Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic crisis is ...
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Supporting people to look after their health during Covid-19

By Dr Liz Jenkinson, Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology and Co-chair of the UWE Bristol Healthy University Group There has ...
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Public transport and future pandemics – is there a Plan B?

By Dr Steve Melia, Senior Lecturer in Planning and Transport Demand for trains is likely to rise again "assuming at ...
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Learning from lockdown: how teachers adapted to online learning

By Dr Jane Carter, Senior Lecturer in Primary Education Learning to read is perhaps the most important thing we will ...
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The impact of lockdown on body image and eating behaviours

By Dr Helena Lewis-Smith, Senior Research Fellow, and Sharon Haywood, Research Associate, from the Centre for Appearance Research Lockdown has ...
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Apart but not Alone? Neighbour support during lockdown

By Amy Beardmore, Research Associate in Public Health and Community Development As the UK went into lockdown on 23 March ...
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Getting the most out of home-working during Covid-19

By Dr Harriet Shortt, Associate Professor of Organisation Studies at UWE Bristol We are all currently experiencing a situation we ...
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Hosting a hospital – how an NHS Nightingale hospital was created in three weeks at UWE Bristol

By Professor Steve West, Vice-Chancellor at UWE Bristol As the COVID-19 pandemic has taken hold of the country, universities have ...
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Isolation – Film & TV drama might be best coping mechanisms

By Professor Jane Roscoe, Pro Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean, Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education The world is ...
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Providing essential training for frontline staff working at Nightingale Hospital Bristol

By Dr Marc Griffiths, PVC and Executive Dean, Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences Over the last week the Glenside ...
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