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Lauren-Mae Pearson: My Eye-Opening Nursing Placement in Sri Lanka

Lauren-Mae is a third-year student from the University of Lincoln. She travelled to Kandy in Sri Lanka on a four-week nursing elective placement to see the differences between how nursing is…

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Gemma Bolton: Nursing Placement in Tanzania

  Gemma Bolton is a student nurse with The School of Health & Social Care and recently undertook her second year four-week voluntary work placement in Tanzania, Africa. The placement…

TEDx Talk 'How to Sleep Better' by Lincoln School of Health & Social Care Professor, Graham Law
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TEDx Talk 'How to Sleep Better' by Lincoln School of Health & Social Care Professor, Graham Law

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Lincoln Law Lecturer Co-Authors Paper on Supporting the Success of Forced Migrants in Higher Education

Access, participation and success in higher education are rarely considered as priorities when contemplating ways to support forced migrants that is refugees, asylum seekers and others in need of international…

Educational Research PhD Student Video
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Educational Research PhD Student Video

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvsoQuZmwmQ] Theresa Marriott is an Educational Research PhD student here at the University of Lincoln and she is currently writing up her final thesis, which focuses on the perceptions and…

Research

Student Blog: A Quick Guide to Finding Work Experience in Psychology: Part 2 – by Madeleine Pownall

1. Use the right language Most psychology services will be used to emails and letters from students hoping to gain work experience. So much so, that the very words ‘work…

Research

Student Blog: A Quick Guide to Finding Work Experience in Psychology: Part 1 – by Madeleine Pownall

Psychology – and other social sciences – are notoriously difficult fields to find work experience in. The need for relevant, clinical experience is ingrained into students from the moment they…

Lincoln psychology representitives win prize for RAISE workshop
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Lincoln psychology representitives win prize for RAISE workshop

The RAISE (Researching, Advancing and Inspiring Student Engagement) annual two-day conference was held at Loughborough University in September 2016. There was a strong representation from staff and students from the…

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Welcome

Welcome to the College of Social Science blog, a project to create a space to share news and information with the staff and students from the college as well as…