Month: August 2020

An Undergraduate’s Perspective on Covid-19’s Exacerbation of Inequality – Isabella Reynolds

Isabella Reynolds is a History undergraduate at Oxford but is originally from Cambridge.  Here she provides a personal perspective on her experience of inequality at an elite institution.  Until the end of March, I was living in university accommodation in Oxford. At my college, most first-year students occupy rooms in a single accommodation block with …

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The predicted post COVID-19 ‘tsunami’ of mental health problems: what do we currently know? – Jo Lucas

Jo Lucas has worked in the field of  mental health since the early 70s when she was a Nursing Assistant at Fulbourn on the Young Peoples Unit.  She is now a Non Executive Director of CPFT the NHS trust which runs Fulbourn and the NHS mental health services  in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.  She also practices as …

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