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HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 37? Welcome to Episode 37: (00:01 – 01:04) Podcast introduction: (01:04 - 06:55) • Kathy Whayman - HSK Assistant Associate Dean for learning and teaching and student experience. This month's profession spotlight: (06:55- 18:51) • Rachel Nield from the University of Hertfordshire Widening Access and Student Success (WASS) team gives an introduction about the Go Herts Awards, how to get this award and why students should aim to get this award. Just a moment with SSAS: (18:51 - 23:30) • Shipa Begum from the SSAS team (Student Success and Academic Skills team) gives an update on the services and resources the SSAS team has on offer to students in the School of Health and Social Work. • She also shares some useful tips about the purpose and importance of the Marking criteria and the importance of reviewing any given feedback when working on assessments. Richard Matovu: (23:30 - 27:06) • Thank you and end of Episode.
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 36? Welcome to Episode 35: (00:01 – 01:18 ) Podcast introduction: (01:18 - 05:34) • Kathy Whayman - HSK Assistant Associate Dean for learning and teaching and student experience. Student spotlight: (05:34 - 18:44) • Sophia Didacus, Adult Nursing Student, from the School of Health and Social work at the University of Hertfordshire, shares a message regarding her wonderful experience during a Virtual hospital placement. Her message also raises awareness about this new way the NHS is providing service care to patients. • Interviewed by: Laura Lowe - HSK Associate Dean for learning and teaching and student experience. Just a moment with SSAS: (18:44 - 22:12) • Shipa Begum from the SSAS team (Student Success and Academic Skills team) gives an update on the services and resources the SSAS team has on offer to students in the School of Health and Social Work. • She also shares some useful tips on how students can best manage their reading and make the most of their reading sessions. This month's profession spotlight: (22:12- 30:10) • Jackie Kelly, the Dean of School gives an End of Year & festive season message. • She encourages us to take care of our wellbeing and make use of all the available support services. • Jackie also gives us a special, farewell and personal message. Richard Matovu: (30:10 - 38:03) • Thank you and end of Episode.
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 35? Welcome to Episode 35: (00:00 - 01:10 ) Podcast introduction: (01:10 - 06:23) • Kathy Whayman - HSK Assistant Associate Dean for learning and teaching and student experience. Student spotlight: (06:23 - 18:55) • Rimjhim Singh and Solomon Abraham who are some of the new Student Community Organisers (SCO) for the School of Health and Social Work (HSK), share a brief message letting us know about their role and how they can be of help to HSK students. Just a moment with SSAS: (18:55 - 23:58) • Shipa Begum from the SSAS team (Student Success and Academic Skills team) gives an update on the services and resources the SSAS team has on offer to students in the School of Health and Social Work. She also shares some useful tips on how students can organise themselves and manage their studies. Richard Matovu: (23:58 - 29:14) • How to access the new SSAS Team website • How access the HSK student podcast using the Castbox App • Thank you and end of Episode
Welcome to our podcast! In this episode, we look into the fascinating topic of the challenges faced by international students in their learning journey due to not speaking with a native English accent. We explore the various hurdles they encounter and the impact it can have on their academic experience. But it's not all about the challenges. We also shed light on the empowering strategies that can be implemented to foster an inclusive learning environment. Our aim is to ensure that every student's voice is not only heard but celebrated, regardless of their linguistic background. Voices featured in the podcast: Iris Wing Tung Tam: Alumni BSC social work student who graduated in 2021 Victor Anderson: Currently in the final year of his MSc in Social Work Dr Echo Yuet Wah Yeung: Associate Professor in Social Work.
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 34? Laura Lowe - HSK Associate Dean: (00:02 - 03:38) • Podcast introduction Just a moment with SSAS: (03:38 - 12:17) • Shipa Begum from the SSAS team gives an update on the Services the SSAS team has on offer in the next few weeks. She also shares a short message about what the SSAS team will be doing to support students who are resubmitting assignments, including giving tips on resubmission. This month's profession spotlight: (12:17- 41:56) • Russell George, Careers & Employment Consultant at the University of Hertfordshire. Russell gives a very useful message that informs students in the School of Health and Social Work of the various advice and support services offered by the Herts Careers and Employment team. Richard Matovu: (41:56 - 45:09) • Thank you and best wishes message Interviewers: • Laura Lowe
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 33? Laura Lowe - HSK Associate Dean: (00:02 - 03:15) • Podcast introduction Student spotlight: (03:15 - 17:20) • As part of the 2023 International Day of the Midwife and International Nurses Day celebration, Aisha Abdulazeez, Bethany Knowler, Vivian Omolara Umossoh-Ime and Oluronke Oluwalere from the Nursing and Midwifery programmes in the School of Health and Social Work, share personal messages about what they have experienced which made them feel why they want to become a nurse or midwife. Very beautiful and empowering messages.!!! Just a moment with SSAS: - Part 1 - (17:20 - 26:46) • Shipa Begum from the SSAS team shares a short message about Exam preparation tips. A very useful message. Just a moment with SSAS: - Part 2 - (26:46 - 42:47) • Shipa Begum interviews Abu Allah from the SSAS team - Tips and advice of managing stress and anxiety. A very useful message. • This month's profession spotlight: (42:47 - 46:58) • Jane Say, Programme Leader BSc Pre- Registration Nursing in the School of Health and Social Work shares a special message to HSK students as part of the 2023 International Day of the Midwife and International Nurses Day celebration. Richard Matovu: (46:58 - 52:53) • Thank you and best wishes message
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 32? Laura Lowe - HSK Associate Dean: (00 - 02:04) • Podcast introduction Student spotlight: (02:04 - 06:07) • Vox Pops – Various students in the School of Health and Social Work are randomly asked the following question - Can you let us know what is meant by My Learning Dashboard. Aisha, Georgina, Russell, Erie, Amy, Josh. This month's profession spotlight: (06:07 - 09:05) • Laura Lowe gives a brief introduction about My Learning Dashboard system. This is a system that was set up to help students take ownership of their own learning. A very important and useful system for students. Just a moment with SSAS: - Part 1 - (09:06 - 16:40) • Shipa Begum gives a short message from the SSAS team (Student Success and Academic Skills team). She gives a brief insight about Reflective writing (What is meant by Reflective writing?), an important topic that often comes up when students are writing assignments. Just a moment with SSAS: - Part 2 - (16:34 - 18:51) • Shipa Begum, gives a short message from the SSAS team (Student Success and Academic Skills team) informing students of the services the SSAS team is offering during April. Richard: (18:52 - 23:02) • Thank you and best wishes message
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 31? Laura Lowe - HSK Associate Dean: (00 - 03:07) • Podcast introduction Just a moment with SSAS: - Part 1 - (03:07 - 11:26) • Shipa from the SSAS team shares a short message about the month of Ramadan which starts on the 23/03/2023, study tips for managing placements and preparing for assessments during this month. • Her message is to help improve our awareness of what takes place during the month of Ramadan which can be of help in case you are working with students / patients/ service users who are fasting and also her messages is very helpful to the students who may be fasting during this period. Student spotlight: (11:26 - 16:20) • Jaabir Booly – First year Paramedic Science student (Also a Student Rep) • Jaabir shares some tips on how to manage and cope with studying or placements during the month of Ramadan, including how to support students that may be fasting during the month of Ramadan. His message is very informative to both students and staff, whether you are fasting or not. Just a moment with SSAS: - Part 2 - (16:20 - 20:04) • Shipa Begum gives a short message from the SSAS team (Student Success and Academic Skills team). She gives a brief insight about Critical thinking (What is meant by Criticality?), an important topic that often comes up when students are writing assignments. Richard: (20:04 - 23:18) • Thank you and best wishes message
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 30? Laura Lowe - HSK Associate Dean: (00 – 2:53) • Podcast introduction Just a moment with SSAS: - Part 1 - (2:53 – 06:04) • Shipa Begum, gives a short message from the SSAS team (Student Success and Academic Skills team). She gives a brief insight about Critical thinking (What is meant by Criticality?), an important topic that often comes up when students are writing assignments. Just a moment with SSAS: - Part 2 - (06:04– 15:26) • Mariya Shabbir, a new staff member of the SSAS team. Mariya is introduced to the listeners, and she briefly informs us how she plans to support HSK students with their academic writing and reading needs. She also shares some of the things herself and the SSAS team are planning to put in place in order to support HSK students with their academic writing and reading skills. Richard: (15:26 – 18:06) • Thank you and best wishes message Interviewers: • Shipa
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 29? • Laura Lowe - HSK Associate Dean: (00 – 2:53) • Podcast introduction This month's profession spotlight: (2:53 – 17:59) • Becky Scott, the Library and Computing Services Information Manager for the School of Health and social work shares a brief message letting us know about some of the Key services the LRC offers to students. • She also informs us about some of the ways in which the LRC works with staff. Her message is very useful especially to HSK students and new staff. Just a minute with SSAS: (17:59 – 31:61) • Shipa Begum, gives a short message from the SSAS team (Student Success and Academic Skills team) informing students of their December programme and when they will be reopening in the new year. Shipa also interviews Abu Ullah who informs us about the SSAS team’s new Coaching programme, a very useful service we are encouraging our HSK students to take advantage of. This month's profession spotlight: (31:61– 37:48) • Jackie Kelly the Dean for the School of Health & Social Work speaks to the HSK student podcast listeners. She gives an end of year message as the Dean of school, encourages the HSK students to think of and help one another. She also wishes the SHK Student and Staff community a good Christmas break and a happy new year. Richard: (37:48– 43:21) • Thank you and best wishes message Interviewers: • Laura Lowe, Shipa
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 28? Laura Lowe - HSK Assistant Associate Dean: (00 – 2:20) • Podcast introduction • General news & updates about the school Student spotlight: (2:20 – 11:40) • Third year students Rachel and her friends, Mia, Nuna and Elizabeth from the Learning disability nursing programme share a brief message with us that raises the awareness of Student led placements. They briefly share some of their experiences during their student led placements and also give some tips that can help other students who are looking for Student led placements This month's profession spotlight: (11:40 – 26:54) • Becky Scott, the Library and Computing Services Information Manager for the School of Health and social work shares a brief message letting us know about some of the Key services the LRC offers to students. • She also informs us about some of the ways in which the LRC works with staff. Her message is very important especially during this time when we are just starting the new academic year. Just a minute with SSAS: (26:54 – 35:47) • Shipa Begum, gives a short message from the SSAS team (Student Success and Academic Skills team) informing students some of the activities the SSAS team will be running in the coming few weeks in Decemeber. Shipa also interviews Anita Fromm who informs us about a very useful service called - Study buddy Scheme. Richard: (35:47– 39:06) • Thank you and best wishes message Interviewers: • Laura Lowe, Rachel
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 27? Karen Atkinson - HSK Associate Dean: (00 – 6:30) • Podcast introduction • General news & updates about the school • New HSK BAME student advocate & Student Community Organiser (SCO) • Health Education England - Nation Education Training survey (Working towards eliminating inequalities in education & training) • Level 6 students – Education gain survey – How has your confidence improved towards employment • Karen’s retirement Student spotlight: (6:30 – 21:17) • Vivian (HSK BAME student advocate) and Sarah (Student Community Organiser (SCO)) • Vivian and Sarah introduce themselves, inform us about their roles and how they can be of help to HSK students. • This month's profession spotlight – Part 1: (21:17 – 28:40) • Faith Goligher (Student Union - Advice and Support Centre Manager) • Faith shares a message with us, highlighting some of the different ways the Students’ Union Advice & Support team can be of help to students especially during this time when we are just starting the new academic year. • This month's profession spotlight – Part 2: (28:40 – 43:53) • Aidan Mitchel (HSK Educational Technologist) • Aidan shares a message with us, highlighting the HSK EdTech team’s role in the school and some of the different ways the team can be of help to students and staff Just a minute with SSAS: (43:53– 45:18) • Shipa Begum - A short message from the SSAS team (Student Success and Academic Skills team) informing students some of the activities the SSAS team will be running in the coming few weeks in October and November. Richard: (45:18– 46:02) • Installing the Castbox podcast app • Karen’s retirement • Thank you and best wishes message Interviewers: • Laura Lowe, Karen Atkinson
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 26? Cheryl Holman - HSK Associate Dean: (00 – 4:50) • Podcast introduction • General news & updates about the school • End of term farewell message Jackie Kelly – Dean of School: (4:50 – 12:00) • End of term farewell message • Positive news regarding the University’s ranking in the 2022 Research Excellence Framework (REF) Student spotlight – Part 1: (12:00 – 23:33) • Victoria Udeh, Second year student from the MSc Mental Health Nursing program in the School of Health and Social work • Victoria shares a message with us related to her recent achievement of winning the 2022 RCN’s Student Ambassador of the Year award. Student spotlight – Part 2: (23:33– 29:07) • Chika, Third year student on the BSc Learning Disability Nursing program • Anita Fromm – HSK Student Success and Academic Skills Tutor • Anita and Chika, share a message about the Comet academic skills online workshops. Student spotlight – Part 3: (29:07– 46:47) • Abigail, Dorcas, Ozi, Alice, Jordan, Feba, Anu, Zein and a few more Third year student contributors in the School of Health and Social work • The third-year students share a message regarding: their best experience / most memorable experience while at the University of Hertfordshire. They also share some special tips on what can help students succeed on their course or placements. Just a minute with SSAS: (46:47– 48:18) • Shipa Begum - A short message from the SSAS team (Student Success and Academic Skills team) informing students some of the activities the SSAS team will be running in the coming few weeks. Richard: (48:18– 54:44) • Thank you and best wishes message Interviewers: • Laura Lowe
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 25? Karen Atkinson, HSK Associate Dean: (00 – 6:22) • Podcast introduction • General news & updates about the school • Farewell message to the outgoing SCOs and BAME advocates • New SCO roles • A special callout for Nursing students to apply for the two remaining SCO roles • New BAME advocates interviews • Available student support and services Student spotlight – Part 1: (6:18 – 18:38) • Joy Ifarimoyo and Meriel de Vekey, Second year students from the BSC Midwifery program in the School of Health and Social work • Joy and Meriel share a message with us related to their recent achievements. Student spotlight – Part 2: (18:16 – 28:34) • Bolatito Adigun Lawal, Princewill Nwosu, Lawrence Onamusi, Farida Ali, Victoria Chizoba Udeh, students on the MSc Mental Health Nursing course • Anita Fromm – HSK Student Success and Academic Skills Tutor • Anita, Bolatito, Farida, Lawrence, Prince and Victoria, share a message about their experience on the Online Academic Conversation Club. This month's profession spotlight: (28:34– 38:16) • Becky Scott - Library and Computing Services Information Manager for the School of Health and social work • Becky shares a brief message letting us to know more about the Multi-factor authentication system which students are being told to enrol to. She also briefly informs us about some of the key services the LRC offers to students. Just a minute with SSAS: (38:17– 39:56) • Shipa Begum - A short message from the SSAS team (Student Success and Academic Skills team) informing students some of the activities the SSAS team will be running in the coming few weeks. Richard: (39:59– 45:27) • Thank you and best wish message Interviewers: • Cathy Hamilton, Laura Lowe & Victoria Chizoba Udeh
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 24? Karen Atkinson, HSK Associate Dean: (00 – 6:15) • Podcast introduction • General news & updates about the school • Help and support from the University of Hertfordshire career and employment services • Available student support and services • HSK Deans awards Student spotlight: (6:16 – 21:18) • Michelle Malcolm and Georgia Eigbe, Second year Social work students from the School of Health and Social work • Michelle and Georgia share a message related to their placement experiences and also share some tips that have enabled them to succeed on their Placements. This month's profession spotlight: (21:19– 31:09) • Faith Goligher – Hertfordshire Students’ Union Advice & Support Centre Manager • Faith shares a message letting us know about some of the services the Hertfordshire Students’ Union Advice & Support team offers to students. • Faith also explains what the Look After Your Mate sessions are and to join the sessions Just a minute with SSAS: (31:10– 32:31) • Shipa Begum - A short message from the SSAS team (Student Success and Academic Skills team) informing students some of the activities the SSAS team will be running in the coming few weeks. Richard: (32:32– 36:10) • Thank you and best wish message Interviewers: • Jerry Evans and Laura Lowe
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 23? • Laura Lowe, HSK Assistant Associate Dean: (00 – 5:27) o Podcast introduction o General news & updates about the school o Available support o Student voice questionnaire o NSS survey (Third year students) o Post graduate teaching experience survey (Post graduate students) o BAME careers event o HSK Deans awards Student spotlight: (5:28 – 19:47) • Jade Bassi, Catalina Bunzel and Esther Oluwaseye, Third Year Physiotherapy students from the School of Health and Social work • Jade, Catalina and Esther share a message related to their placement experiences and also share some tips that have enabled them to succeed on their Placements and course. This month's profession spotlight: (19:48– 48:27) • Helen Donovan - Professional Lead for Public Health Nursing at the Royal College of Nursing and a specialist immunisation nurse • Helen shares a message that provides a spotlight on some of the important issues of vaccinations. Her message gives a brief understanding about vaccines, their importance and how they work. • Just a minute with SSAS: (48:29 – 49:47) • A short message from the SSAS team informing students some of the activities the SSAS team will be running in the coming few weeks. Richard: (49:48 – 54:28) o Installing the free Castbox App. This is a new and easy way of accessing the HSK student Podcast. o Download and install now the free Castbox App on your phone o Search for HSK Student pod o You should now see the HSK Student pod o Subscribe add HSK student pod to your Favourites o Listen to the HSK student pod and enjoy o You can also access Castbox on the computer using the Castbox website Interviewers: o Shipa Begum, Sarah Massias & Matt Woodhouse
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 21? Karen Atkinson, HSK Associate Dean: (00 – 5:39) o Podcast introduction o General news & updates about the school o Student reps – Dean of School upcoming meeting o NSS survey (Third year students) Student spotlight: (5:39 – 34:24) • Eniola Sanusi, Frempomaa Afia Ansong, Victoria Chizoba Udeh, Felix Wetaya, Phiona Mukasa, students from the School of Health and Social work Victoria, Eniola, Frempomaa, Felix and Phiona share their placement experiences and some tips for coping with placements / placement copping strategies This month's profession spotlight: (34:24– 49:00) • Chin Swain & Kathy Whayman, senior lecturers from the School of Health and Social work • Chin & Kathy, share a message promoting the Nursing Times Awards Event, encouraging both students and staff to nominate someone they feel deserves one of the awards. Richard: (49:00 – 54:59) o Proud to be wearing my profession uniform photos o Installing the free Castbox App. This is a new and easy way of accessing the HSK student Podcast. o Download and install now the free Castbox App on your phone o Search for HSK Student pod o You should now see the HSK Student pod o Subscribe add HSK student pod to your Favourites o Listen to the HSK student pod and enjoy o You can also access Castbox on the computer using the Castbox website Interviewers: o Shipa Begum, Chin Swain
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 21? Karen Atkinson, HSK Associate Dean: (00 – 6:20) o Podcast introduction o General news & updates about the school o Students voice questionnaire o NSS survey (Third year students) o Student support resources and services (Click on this link to open the - HSK Student Support resources https://www.health.herts.ac.uk/elearning/Karen%20A/Support_Resources/Student_Support_Resources.pdf) o 24 hours - 7 day a week, Telephone counselling service – 08000283766 Student spotlight: (6:20 – 24:35) • William skitch - a recent graduate student – from the Bsc Adult nursing program • Catherine Amewu – a recent graduate student – from the MSc Midwifery program William and Catherine, both recent graduates from the School of Health and social work at the University of Hertfordshire, share a brief message with us on how they managed to succeed in their studies and clinical placement roles despite the ongoing challenges. Jackie Kelly - Dean of School: (24:35– 34:13) o An update on what has been going on in the University and in the School of Health and social work. o End of year Christmas message. Richard: (34:13 – 38:25) o Installing the free Castbox App. This is a new and easy way of accessing the HSK student Podcast. o Download and install now the free Castbox App on your phone o Search for HSK Student pod o You should now see the HSK Student pod o Subscribe add HSK student pod to your Favourites o Listen to the HSK student pod and enjoy o You can also access Castbox on the computer using the Castbox website Interviewers: o Kathy Whayman
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What is in Episode 20? Karen Atkinson, HSK Associate Dean: (00 – 3:46) o Podcast introduction o General news & updates about the school Student spotlight: (3:46 – 12:21) Vivian and Rio the HSK BAME students advocates. Vivian and Rio share a brief message letting you know about their role and how they can be of help to students in the School of Health and Social work. BAME advocates contact details: o Vivian Umossoh-Ime: v.umossoh-ime@herts.ac.uk o Rio Cole: rc20acd@herts.ac.uk Student spotlight: (12:21 – 22:26) Valencia and Racheal, the HSK Student community organisers. Valencia and Racheal share a brief message letting you know about their role and how they can be of help to students in the School of Health and Social work. SCOs contact details: o Daniel Currell: daniel.currell20@outlook.com o Asher Thomson: ashert1471@yahoo.co.uk o Rachel Morfett: morfettr11@gmail.com o Valencia Lubinda: valencialubinda@gmail.com This month's profession spotlight: (22:27 – 37:28) Amandip, Shipa, Claire and Abu, the Student Success and Academic Skills team (SSAS Team). Amandip, Shipa, Claire and Abu share a brief message letting you know about their role and how they can be of help to students and staff in the School of Health and Social work. SSAS Team contact details: o HSK.Skills@herts.ac.uk o Instagram: @HSK.Skills o Twitter: @HSK.Skills o HSK Academic Skills Advice website: http://academic-skills.health.herts.ac.uk/ Richard: (37:29 – 40:00) o Installing the free Castbox App. This is a new and easy way of accessing the HSK student Podcast. o Download and install now the free Castbox App on your phone o Search for HSK Student pod o You should now see the HSK Student pod o Add HSK student pod to your favourites o Listen to the HSK student pod and enjoy o You can also access Castbox on the computer using the Castbox website Interviewers: o Jerry, Kathy and Karen
HSK student pod was created for all students in the School of Health and Social Work. This is a podcast series which covers a range of topics including keeping you up to date on what is going on in the school, useful tips and advice for getting ahead with your studies, and some special interest items with guest speakers. What’s in Episode 19? Karen Atkinson, HSK Associate Dean: o Herts Learning o HSK Learning & Teaching conference 2021 o HSK Deans Awards 2021 o National Student Survey results 2021 o New staff members for the Students Success & Academic Skills Team o HSK Student podcast short questionnaire o General news & updates about the school Student spotlight: o Gloria Sikapite - Final year student on the Bsc Adult Nursing programme o Other people involved on this segment: o Dr Jo Brooks - A nurse at Lister hospital in Stevenage, also a senior lecturer in the School of Health and social work at the University of Hertfordshire o Prof. Natalie Pattison - A nurse at Lister hospital in Stevenage, also a senior lecturer in the School of Health and social work at the University of Hertfordshire Gloria, Jo and Natalie share a brief message on what a student research placement is and the benefits of having this type of placement. They also talk about the student research internship programme. This month's profession spotlight: o Danielle Ramsey - A senior Physiotherapy lecturer in the School of Health and social work at the University of Hertfordshire. Danielle shares a brief message that encourages students to get involved in research studies, importance of research in practice and in education. Richard: o Summer holiday farewell message o Podcast team having a short break and will be back in September
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Oluronke Oluwalere

Thank you, Richard and the Team. This podcast was insightful.

Feb 16th
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