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Lincoln Psychology's Dr Amanda Roberts on the new regulations for fixed-odds betting terminals

It was announced this morning that The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has agreed to cut the maximum permitted stake on controversial fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) from £100 to…

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Sunday Politics Show Featuring Research by Lincoln's Sue Bond-Taylor Wins BBC Ruby Award!

An episode of the BBC’s regional Sunday Politics programme covering the Children of Lincoln project has been named the Best Sunday Politics Programme at the BBC’s Ruby Awards. The awards,…

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Student Blog | Experiencing Mental Health Difficulties As A Student Nurse

To mark International Nurses Day we would like to share this really thoughtful and inspiring piece by University of Lincoln Nursing student, Lyndsey Howard. “Studying at university can be difficult…

Sunday Politics Special Featuring Lincoln's Sue Bond-Taylor Nominated For BBC Ruby Award
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Sunday Politics Special Featuring Lincoln's Sue Bond-Taylor Nominated For BBC Ruby Award

A Sunday Politics special on Child Friendly Cities featuring research from School of Social and Political Sciences lecturers Sue Bond-Taylor and Dr Anna Tarrant has been shortlisted for a BBC Ruby award for best…

Sixth Form Students Visit Lincoln’s Biomechanics Lab
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Sixth Form Students Visit Lincoln’s Biomechanics Lab

A group of sixth form students from Lincoln Castle Academy have had the opportunity to get hands-on experience with some of the cutting-edge technology used for motion analysis at the…

Robert Goemans and Lucy Bright featured on BASW YouTube channel
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Robert Goemans and Lucy Bright featured on BASW YouTube channel

Senior lecturers in the School of Health and Social Care Robert Goemans and Lucy bright are currently featured in a video talking about the Approved Mental Health Professional role on…

Dr Sundari Anitha Book Launch | Striking Women
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Dr Sundari Anitha Book Launch | Striking Women

Dr Sundari Anitha from the School of Social and Political Sciences has co-authored a new book, ‘Striking Women: Struggles and strategies of South Asian women workers from Grunwick to Gate Gourmet’…

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Former Para-athlete Kelda Wood on Working with the Human Performance Centre

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXvpxRUqO1Q] Former Para-athlete Kelda Wood visited the Human Performance Centre in preparation for her attempt to solo row the Atlantic from East to West. She will be the first…

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Seminar: An Introduction to Grounded Theory

Reposted from Staff News:  On Wednesday 28th February, Dr Julie Pattinson, Research  Assistant at the School of Health and Social Care will give a seminar entitled ‘Grounded Theory’. This is…

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Social and Political Sciences Professor Steve McKay Featured in The Express

Professor Steve McKay, from the School of Social and Political Sciences has contributed to a study that has recently been featured in an article about planned pregnancy and it’s impact on relationships. The…