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4 February 2019

The other day at my part-time work, a colleague asked me: “Remind me, what do you study again?”. My response was, “Oh, Public Health”. There was a brief silence followed by another question: “What’s that? Like, what do you do with the degree?”. Read more…

4 January 2019

My name is Yetunde and I am currently studying for a Public Health Masters. Having a background in veterinary medicine has helped me understand the role veterinary doctors play in preventing and controlling zoonotic diseases. Read more…

11 December 2018

For those of you who have not noticed - darker & colder nights are setting in; mornings involve plenty of hot drinks and de-icing of cars – winter is upon us! Read more…

28 June 2018

Being a student paramedic isn’t just about the theory you are taught in lectures, or the skills you practice in the labs - paramedicine is a continuously evolving profession where new research is published and practices are ever changing. Read more…

28 June 2018

It is scary to think it has been over 2 years since I received my offer to study at ARU. In just another 12 months I will have finished my final block of placements and be adding the last comments to my undergraduate major project. Until then… Read more…

1 May 2018

I was a nervous wreck turning up to Islington Ambulance Station at the beginning of my placement. I was introduced to my mentor and crew mate (I had absolutely no reason to be scared as they are lovely) and given a quick tour of the station and ambulances. Read more…

16 April 2018

I am a paramedic student and have been volunteering for the Cub Scout Association, gaining skills in leadership, teamworking and problem solving at my local Cub 'Pack'. Read more…

10 April 2018

When applying to university, the campus is just as important as the university itself. For a course such as Paramedic Science, the environment you are in can make or break the whole experience, so it is important to focus on what’s important for you. Read more…

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