Monthly Archives: January 2014

What do I do when I’m not being ‘The Dean’?

People often ask me what I do when I am not being ‘The Dean’.  Well the answer is it’s sometimes hard to know when one role stops and another starts.  There are a great many things that I find myself drawn into, but there is a common thread: working to try to improve the experience of healthcare for those in need of it. One of… Read more »

Jenni: Getting all ‘Blue Peter’ on my final year placement…

Well I am on my LAST University placement and the game is really on!   As final year students we are expected to be a lot more independent as we’ll be heading out into the working world in the very near future! I’m on an emerging placement, a ‘dementia care initiative’, working within an acute hospital setting but focused on the mental health needs of those… Read more »

13 Things I’ve learnt in 2013…

Happy New Year and I hope everyone had a lovely, relaxing Christmas! Semester 1 is starting to draw to a close here in Southampton, and us second year Healthcare Scientists have been busy over the break with our first piece of coursework due for submission in January. We have a lot more coursework to get to grips with this year, which suits some of us,… Read more »