Category: Press

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Brendan Moffett, Director of the University of Derby's Centre for Contemporary Hospitality and Tourism, discusses what measures are being made available and what new initiatives are being adopted to support the sector through the Covid-19 crisis.

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With many people taking to home schooling their children for the first time at the moment, Dr Ian Turner, Professor at the University of Derby, shares his top online learning resources for children.

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Dr Joel Chidley, Lecturer in Exercise Physiology at the University of Derby, offers advice on keeping active during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Dr Paula Holt, PVC Dean of the College of Health and Social Care at the University of Derby, highlights the contribution of universities to the fight against Covid-19.

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As many people recover from Covid-19's attack on the respiratory system, Dr Mark Faghy discusses work being done to help people fully regain their health after recovery.

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Professor Frances Maratos, Associate Professor of Emotion Science at the University of Derby, offers suggestions on how to help children manage their worries about COVID-19 and self isolation.

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Ewen Crilley, Head of Discipline for Culinary Arts and Food Development at the University of Derby, reviews the changes in our habits and behaviours towards food and eating during the Covid-19 lockdown.

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Dr Gulcan Garip, Health Psychologist at the University of Derby, offers some top tips to help make the most of your days during self-isolation.

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Denise Baker, Head of the School of Allied Health and Social Care at the University of Derby, discusses how the compassion and courage of the NHS, combined with acts of kindness from society towards the workforce, is helping the country to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.

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Dr Sarah Charles explores how difficult and stressful it can be to structure and resource home schooling whilst trying to juggle working from home.