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ARU Spotlight Podcast - Dr Jon Stone
In this episode I talk with Dr Jon Stone, Lecturer in Creative Writing at ARU and co-founder of award-winning small press publisher Sidekick Books. We discuss the relationship between poetry and games, the importance of communities in creative writing, and why the advice ‘be yourself’ might not actually be very helpful. The ARU Spotlight Podcast is a series of interviews with students, alumni, academics and technical staff from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU, exploring their personal experiences of education, career paths, projects and interests, and their advice for anyone hoping to  work in the same field. Hosted by Gareth Long, Communications Co-ordinator for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU.
53:36
July 19, 2022
ARU Spotlight Podcast - Megan Herdson
In this episode I talk with Megan Herdson, Senior Campaign Manager at ARU, and a graduate of our BA Writing & Film and MA Creative Writing courses. We discuss how being a student at ARU helped her get used to sharing her writing with others, how she transferred those skills to a marketing environment, and how her role allows her to tell the stories of other ARU students. The ARU Spotlight Podcast is a series of interviews with students, alumni, academics and technical staff from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU, exploring their personal experiences of education, career   paths,  projects and interests, and their advice for anyone hoping to work in the same field. Hosted by Gareth Long, Communications Co-ordinator for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU.
47:38
June 20, 2022
Race Equality Advocates Podcast: A Practical Guide to Being an Ally with the Race Equality Advocates
In this episode, we explore allyship, including practical tips on being a good ally and challenging racism in your day-to-day life. Join hosts and Race Equality Advocates, Anna and Cassie, to learn more about how you can take an active role to support race equality both at ARU and in the wider community. This episode was initially recorded in May 2022.
14:18
June 17, 2022
Race Equality Advocates Podcast: Allyship – A Conversation with Professor Jason Arday
Join ARU Race Equality Advocates (formerly ARU B.A.M.E. Advocates) Josephine, Tyra, and Jasmine in a conversation with External Consultant, Professor Jason Arday, about allyship as a concept: what it means, how it has transformed in recent years and why we need to continue conversations about its importance. This minisode was initially recorded in May 2021.
08:07
June 17, 2022
ARU Spotlight Podcast - Blessing Raimi
In this episode, I talk with Blessing Raimi. Blessing is Junior Graphic Designer at Conscious Communications and one of our recent BA (Hons) Graphic Design graduates. We cover how the course helped prepare her for working in industry, including placements and professional studies modules; how walking around Cambridge inspired her graphic design work; and her current work on a campaign against harmful sexual behaviour. The ARU Spotlight Podcast is a series of interviews with students, alumni, academics and technical staff from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU, exploring their personal experiences of education, career  paths,  projects and interests, and their advice for anyone hoping to  work in  the same field. Hosted by Gareth Long, Communications Co-ordinator for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU.
35:21
June 13, 2022
ARU Spotlight Podcast - Michael Bruce
In this episode I talk with BA Writing and Film student Michael Bruce. Michael is an international student from Macon, Georgia, in the US, and we talk about how Doctor Who and fish and chips were key to his decision to study in England; the difficulties and pleasures of moving to a new country after a childhood spent in home schooling; and how his passion for making horror films was inspired by movies like Silence of the Lambs and Insidious. The ARU Spotlight Podcast is a series of interviews with students, alumni, academics and technical staff from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU, exploring their personal experiences of education, career paths,  projects and interests, and their advice for anyone hoping to work in  the same field. Hosted by Gareth Long, Communications Co-ordinator for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU.
41:07
June 06, 2022
ARU Spotlight Podcast - Connie Esavwa
Connie Esavwa is an international graduate of ARU's BA (Hons) Graphic Design, who came to the UK from Kenya to study on our degree. This interview was recorded in May 2021, shortly before Connie graduated, and we talk a lot about her major project, in which she designed and produced a magazine to publicise small businesses in her home nation, and also how the supportive atmosphere of the course helped build her confidence as well as her skills.
18:57
May 30, 2022
ARU Cambridge School of Creative Industries Presents podcast: William Campbell
Welcome to our first ARU Cambridge School of Creative Industries Presents podcast episode!  In this episode James Ward, our Head of School of Cambridge Creative Industries, interviews William Campbell, Deputy Head of school for Music and Music technology, as well as Course leader for BSc (Hons) Audio and Music Technology at Anglia Ruskin University.   Listen to their discussion to find out all about William's role, his course, and his career journey.  #ARUcreative #CambridgeSchoolofCreativeIndustries #ARU
20:33
May 24, 2022
ARU Cambridge School of Creative Industries Presents podcast: Heather Lilley
Welcome to our first ARU Cambridge School of Creative Industries Presents podcast episode!  In this episode James Ward, our Head of School of Cambridge Creative Industries, interviews Heather Lilly,  Course leader for BA (Hons) Drama, BA (Hons) Drama and English Literature , BA (Hons) Drama and Film and BA (Hons) Acting at Anglia Ruskin University.   Listen to their discussion to find out all about Heather's role, her courses, and her career journey.  #ARUcreative #CambridgeSchoolofCreativeIndustries #ARU
13:01
May 24, 2022
ARU Cambridge School of Creative Industries Presents podcast: Sophie Jackson
Welcome to our first ARU Cambridge School of Creative Industries Presents podcast episode!  In this episode James Ward, our Head of School of Cambridge Creative Industries, interviews Sophie Jackson, course leader for BA (Hons) Film Production at Anglia Ruskin University.   Listen to their discussion to find out all about Heather's role, her courses, and her career journey.  #ARUcreative #CambridgeSchoolofCreativeIndustries #ARU
23:33
May 23, 2022
ARU Cambridge School of Creative Industries Presents Podcast: Sally Wade
Welcome to our first ARU Cambridge School of Creative Industries Presents podcast episode!   James Ward, our Head of School of Cambridge Creative Industries, starts off this new Podcast by interviewing Sally Wade, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean for the Faculty of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences at Anglia Ruskin University.  Listen to their discussion to find out all about Sally's role and her career journey.  #ARUcreative #CambridgeSchoolofCreativeIndustries #ARU
08:33
May 23, 2022
ARU Spotlight Podcast - Julia Johnson
Julia Johnson is a professional photographer with a focus on mental health and marginalised communities, and one of the Course Leaders for ARU's BA (Hons) Photography degree. She talks about the visual significance of the black lives matter coverage, the difficulties of critically analysing students’ subjective expression, and a toolkit she has developed for the therapeutic use of photography. This interview was originally recorded in March 2021, when the UK was still under national lockdown because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The ARU Spotlight Podcast is a series of interviews with students, alumni, academic and technical staff from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU exploring their personal experiences of education, career paths, projects and interests, and their advice for anyone hoping to work in the same field. Hosted by Gareth Long, Communications Co-ordinator for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU.
33:20
May 23, 2022
ARU Spotlight Podcast - Mark Pickering
Mark Pickering, Technical Officer and Associate Lecturer for ARU's Audio and Music Technology courses, talks about how he and his brother helped bring higher production values to grime music videos; the importance of keeping up to date with current trends in music and video; and how attitudes and behaviours have changed in the music industry since he was a student. This interview was originally recorded in March 2021, when the UK was still under national lockdown because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The ARU Spotlight Podcast is a series of interviews with students, alumni, academic and technical staff from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU exploring their personal experiences of education, career paths, projects and interests, and their advice for anyone hoping to work in the same field. Hosted by Gareth Long, Communications Co-ordinator for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU.
37:23
May 16, 2022
Social Media & our Mental Health Podcast: Episode 1
Join Hannah and Jaymie for Mental Health Awareness Week as they discuss the impact of social media on our mental health. 
38:25
May 09, 2022
ARU Spotlight Podcast - Toby Venables
Toby Venables, professional screenwriter and novelist, and Senior Lecturer in Screenwriting at ARU, talks about his creative work, including BAFTA-winning Netflix horror film His House; how he was drawn to both horror and history from an early age by the story of Beowulf and Grendel; and the importance of enthusiasm when teaching to bring a subject to life for students. The ARU Spotlight Podcast is a series of interviews with students, alumni, academic and technical staff from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU exploring their personal experiences of education, career paths, projects and interests, and their advice for anyone hoping to work in the same field. Hosted by Gareth Long, Communications Co-ordinator for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU.
46:33
May 03, 2022
ARU Musical Theatre podcast - MT Chairs at MT Tables Special: NYC Edition
This week, MT Chairs at MT Tables is in New York City! Join Shaun as he interviews staff, students, and guests around the city in this special 40 minute episode.
40:48
April 28, 2022
ARU Musical Theatre podcast - MT Chairs at MT Tables: Opening Nights & 'Bullets Over Broadway'
Welcome to episode 8 of ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT Chairs at MT Tables'! The title of this episode is: Opening Nights & 'Bullets Over Broadway' Clearly we are nearing the end of term, as Shaun, Ryan, and Adam are going a bit mad this episode! This week Ryan talks about his favourite sing, which he has never seen...and Shaun hosts the quiz! ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT chairs at MT Tables, is a Podcast all about Musical Theatre. Join students, academic, and technical staff from the Musical Theatre Degree Course ( Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) at Anglia Ruskin University as they discuss their hot topics, dive into their favourite sings and test their knowledge in the weekly musical quiz! This podcast has started in February 2022, and the original releases can be found here. ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT Chairs at MT Tables, has been recorded by Mark Pickering, Associate Lecturer in Audio and Music Technology, and Technical Officer for the Cambridge School of Creative Industries at ARU.
28:21
April 28, 2022
Musical Theatre podcast - MT Chairs at MT Tables: A Little West Side
Welcome to episode 5 of ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT Chairs at MT Tables'! The title of this episode is: A Little West Side Adam watched the new film of West Side Story, this week – find out what Ryan and the rest of the team thought of it. Shaun’s show on My Favourite Sings is a Sondheim classic, and see if you can guess the link in this week’s quiz! ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT chairs at MT Tables, is a Podcast all about Musical Theatre. Join students, academic, and technical staff from the Musical Theatre Degree Course ( Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) at Anglia Ruskin University as they discuss their hot topics, dive into their favourite sings and test their knowledge in the weekly musical quiz! This podcast has started in February 2022, and the original releases can be found here. ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT Chairs at MT Tables, has been recorded by Mark Pickering, Associate Lecturer in Audio and Music Technology, and Technical Officer for the Cambridge School of Creative Industries at ARU.
31:29
April 28, 2022
Musical Theatre podcast - MT Chairs at MT Tables: Who Runs The Show?
Welcome to episode 4 ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT Chairs at MT Tables'! The title of this episode is: Who Runs The Show?  This week Ryan, Shaun and Adam discuss the roles of the Director, Musical Director, and Choreographer when putting together a musical. Who is in charge, and how do they all get along? And what does all of this mean for you as a performer as you try to take direction from all of them. Also find out which musical comedy is Adam's pick for 'My Favourite Sings' and Ryan returns with a...slightly easier quiz.    ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT chairs at MT Tables, is a Podcast all about Musical Theatre. Join students, academic, and technical staff from the Musical Theatre Degree Course ( Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) at Anglia Ruskin University as they discuss their hot topics, dive into their favourite sings and test their knowledge in the weekly musical quiz! This podcast has started in February 2022, and the original releases can be found here. ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT Chairs at MT Tables, has been recorded by Mark Pickering, Associate Lecturer in Audio and Music Technology, and Technical Officer for the Cambridge School of Creative Industries at ARU.
29:02
April 25, 2022
ARU Spotlight Podcast - Monique Brown
Monique Brown (Technical Officer for Fashion at Cambridge School of Art, ARU), talks about her work as an Animatronic Model Designer on feature films including 'The Fifth Element' and 'Star Wars: The Phantom Menace'; the importance of experimentation in creative projects; and how emerging digital technologies might affect both fashion and costume design in the future. This interview was originally recorded in March 2021, when the UK was still under national lockdown because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The ARU Spotlight Podcast is a series of interviews with students, alumni, academic and technical staff from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU exploring their personal experiences of education, career paths, projects and interests, and their advice for anyone hoping to work in the same field. Hosted by Gareth Long, Communications Co-ordinator for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU.
31:42
April 25, 2022
ARU Spotlight Podcast - Joe McCullagh
Joe McCullagh, Head of Cambridge School of Art, talks about how his inspirations like Brian Eno and Roxy Music led him to an appreciation of multidisciplinary practice; his thoughts on how digital culture has shaped art education; and what the future will be like for creative courses and careers. This interview was originally recorded in March 2021, when the UK was still under national lockdown because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The ARU Spotlight Podcast is a series of interviews with students, alumni, academic and technical staff from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU exploring their personal experiences of education, career paths, projects and interests, and their advice for anyone hoping to work in the same field. Hosted by Gareth Long, Communications Co-ordinator for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU.
26:29
April 19, 2022
Musical Theatre podcast - MT Chairs at MT Tables: Auditions and Les Misérables!
Welcome to episode 3 ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT Chairs at MT Tables! The title of this episode is: Auditions and Les Misérables! Join us in this episode where Ryan will be talking about his 'favourite sings' and  Ryan, Shaun and Adam discuss audition songs! ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT chairs and MT Tables, is a Podcast all about Musical Theatre. Join students, academic, and technical staff from the Musical Theatre Degree Course ( Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) at Anglia Ruskin University as they discuss their hot topics, dive into their favourite sings and test their knowledge in the weekly musical quiz! This podcast has started in February 2022, and the original releases can be found here. ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT Chairs and MT Tables, has been recorded by Mark Pickering, Associate Lecturer in Audio and Music Technology, and Technical Officer for the Cambridge School of Creative Industries at ARU.
30:40
April 14, 2022
ARU Musical Theatre podcast - MT Chairs at MT Tables: Jesus Christ Superstar and Bare, A Pop Opera!
Welcome to episode 2 of ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT Chairs at MT Tables'!  The title of this episode is: Jesus Christ Superstar and Bare, A Pop Opera! This week Shaun discusses Jesus Christ Superstar, Ryan introduces the 2nd year's Industry Project Musical, and Adam hosts the Musical Quiz. That's right, it's Ryan and Shaun's time to go head to head this week, but who will come up victorious?! Well you'll have to listen to find out, won't you! ;) ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT chairs at MT Tables, is a Podcast all about Musical Theatre. Join students, academic, and technical staff from the  Musical Theatre Degree Course ( Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) at Anglia Ruskin University as they discuss their hot topics, dive into their favourite sings and test their knowledge in the weekly musical quiz! This podcast has started in February 2022, and the original releases can be found here. ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT Chairs at MT Tables, has been recorded by Mark Pickering, Associate Lecturer in Audio and Music Technology, and Technical Officer for the Cambridge School of Creative Industries at ARU.
26:05
April 11, 2022
ARU Spotlight Podcast - Dr Apurba Kundu
Dr Apurba Kundu, Deputy Dean for Education with the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU, talks about his time as Captain of the University of Leeds rowing team, his co-founding of ARU’s Black and Minority Ethnic Network, and what working life was like under the Coronavirus lockdown. This interview was originally recorded in March 2021, when the UK was still under national lockdown because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The ARU Spotlight Podcast is a series of interviews with students, alumni, academic and technical staff from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU exploring their personal experiences of education, career paths, projects and interests, and their advice for anyone hoping to work in the same field.  Hosted by Gareth Long, Communications Co-ordinator for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU.
27:50
April 11, 2022
Musical Theatre podcast - MT Chairs at MT Tables: Meet The Cast, Bare: A Pop Opera Edition
Welcome to episode 7 of ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT Chairs at MT Tables! The title of this episode is: Meet The Cast, Bare: A Pop Opera Edition This week, the cast of Bare: A Pop Opera join Ryan, Shaun and Adam in the studio to talk about their production, as well as giving us their favourite sings, and taking part in the weekly quiz, with a twist! ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT chairs and MT Tables, is a Podcast all about Musical Theatre. Join students, academic, and technical staff from the Musical Theatre Degree Course ( Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) at Anglia Ruskin University as they discuss their hot topics, dive into their favourite sings and test their knowledge in the weekly musical quiz! This podcast has started in February 2022, and the original releases can be found here. ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT Chairs and MT Tables, has been recorded by Mark Pickering, Associate Lecturer in Audio and Music Technology, and Technical Officer for the Cambridge School of Creative Industries at ARU.
29:50
April 07, 2022
ARU Musical Theatre podcast - MT chairs at MT tables: Flops!
Welcome to episode number 1 of ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT Chairs at MT Tables'! The title of this episode is: Flops! In this week's first episode Shaun Aquilina, Ryan Murphy and Adam Gerbert from the Musical Theatre Degree Course discuss the shows that didn't make it to the top - the flops! Plus, there's a certain song 'we don't talk about' that... well... they're talking about! ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT chairs at MT Tables, is a Podcast all about Musical Theatre. Join students, academic, and technical staff from the  Musical Theatre Degree Course ( Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) at Anglia Ruskin University as they discuss their hot topics, dive into their favourite sings and test their knowledge in the weekly musical quiz! This podcast has started in February 2022, and the original releases can be found here.  ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT Chairs at MT Tables, has been recorded by Mark Pickering, Associate Lecturer in Audio and Music Technology, and Technical Officer for the Cambridge School of Creative Industries at ARU. 
29:23
April 05, 2022
Musical Theatre podcast - MT Chairs at MT Tables: Meet The Cast, Urinetown edition!
Welcome to episode 6 ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT Chairs at MT Tables! The title of this episode is: Meet The Cast, Urinetown edition! This week, the students take over the podcast! Three members of our Urinetown cast talk about rehearsals, learning their roles, and why they love the show. They also share with us their favourite sings, and take on Ryan and Adam in a Lecturers vs Students quiz!   ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT chairs at MT Tables, is a Podcast all about Musical Theatre. Join students, academic, and technical staff from the Musical Theatre Degree Course ( Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) at Anglia Ruskin University as they discuss their hot topics, dive into their favourite sings and test their knowledge in the weekly musical quiz! This podcast has started in February 2022, and the original releases can be found here. ARU Musical Theatre podcast: MT Chairs at MT Tables, has been recorded by Mark Pickering, Associate Lecturer in Audio and Music Technology, and Technical Officer for the Cambridge School of Creative Industries at ARU.
30:28
April 04, 2022
ARU Spotlight Podcast - James Ward
James Ward, Head of Cambridge School of Creative Industries at ARU, talks about his career route; the inspiration he takes from people who work across a variety of creative disciplines; and the importance of keeping an open mind and seeking out different opinions to your own. This interview was originally recorded in March 2021, when the UK was still under national lockdown because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The ARU Spotlight Podcast is a series of interviews with students, alumni, academic and technical staff from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU exploring their personal experiences of education, career paths, projects and interests, and their advice for anyone hoping to work in the same field. Hosted by Gareth Long, Communications Co-ordinator for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU.
26:17
April 04, 2022
ARU Spotlight Podcast - Chris Draper
Chris Draper, Course Leader and Senior Lecturer for the BA (Hons) Illustration degree at ARU, talks about his journey as a practising illustrator, from education to professional life; his early experiments with a music career that got him into the top ten of the indie dance charts; and how working as a freelance illustrator, particularly with New Scientist magazine, opened him up to new ideas he had never before considered. This interview was originally recorded in March 2021, when the UK was still under national lockdown because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The ARU Spotlight Podcast is a series of interviews with students, alumni, academic and technical staff from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU exploring their personal experiences of education, career paths, projects and interests, and their advice for anyone hoping to work in the same field. Hosted by Gareth Long, Communications Co-ordinator for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at ARU.
26:10
March 28, 2022
Public Health Matters - Episode 2: Dementia
This episode will focus on the topic of dementia including: what is dementia, types of dementia, how it affect us, treatment options and what we can do to reduce the risk of dementia later in life.
12:32
June 25, 2021
Public Health Matters - Episode 1: Effects of Alcohol Intake
In this episode of Public Health Matters on the ARU podcast, Michelle (Public Health student) talks about the physical and mental effects of alcohol misuse in the adult population and the ways loved ones and communities are affected and how this can be reduced.
10:49
June 25, 2021
BAME Advocates’ Podcast – Episode 2: A Conversation with the BAME Advocates: The role of Media and Social Media in Racial Activism
Hosts: Elif Gecer, Aisha-Ndagiman Musa, Jasmine King and Demi Bola-Ojo. This episode covers the role of social media in racial activism. The BAME Advocates touch on its impact on politics, the Black Lives Matter movement and “Cancel Culture”. Does one have to post on social media to be part of racial activism and whether we should we be looking at celebrities to be role models in this area? Have a listen to this episode as the Advocates share their thoughts. Join in the discussion and follow us on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/aru.advocates.1. This podcast episode is part of a series created by the BAME Advocates to discuss important issues surrounding the fight against racism. For more information and enquires you can contact us directly via email at: bameadvocates@aru.ac.uk
34:05
March 23, 2021
BAME Advocates’ Podcast – Episode 1: A Conversation with the Vice Chancellor: the role of education in the fight against racism
Hosts: BAME Advocates’, Anna Chiara Corriero and Ammad Butt. Guest: Professor Roderick Watkins This episode will cover the role of education in the fight against racism, from early years all the way up to tertiary education in the university setting. We talk about the experience of the Vice-chancellor as a student and as a teacher, as well as our own BAME Advocates' experiences throughout university. We also touch upon ARU's commitment to active antiracism through schemes such as 10000 black interns, the ARU Shine programme and the BAME Advocates programme. The podcast is part of a series created by the BAME Advocates to discuss important issues surrounding the fight against racism. Please find more information about our work here:  https://www.facebook.com/aru.advocates.1
36:22
March 03, 2021
The science of out-of-hospital emergency care - Episode 10: Importance of Evidence Based Practice
We are collecting feedback: https://angliaruskin.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/episode10theimportanceofevidencebasedpractice This episode will try and cover the topic of Evidence Based Practice (EBP) , what it entails, the aspects that forms it and how we use it in practice. The episode will explore how we can use EBP in university assignments and examinations as well as how we bring it on to our placement. This episode is hosted by Marc Perez Escamilla. The podcast series is delivered to you through Anglia Ruskin Emergency Medicine Research Group. We would appreciate your support through our crowdfunding page: https://aru.hubbub.net/p/AngliaRuskinEmergencyMedicine/
13:41
March 23, 2020
The science of out-of-hospital emergency care - Episode 9: Transitioning into Practice
We are collecting feedback: https://angliaruskin.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/episode9transitioningintopractice  This episode will try to speak about the challenging parts of qualifying and transitioning into practice, any hints and tips for those qualifying soon as well as the positives of starting as a clinician. This episode is hosted by Marc Perez Escamilla and stars Rebecca Smyth as a guest. The podcast series is delivered to you through Anglia Ruskin Emergency Medicine Research Group. We would appreciate your support through our crowdfunding page: https://aru.hubbub.net/p/AngliaRuskinEmergencyMedicine/
15:32
March 16, 2020
The science of out-of-hospital emergency care - Episode 8: Kickstarting your Paramedic Career
We are collecting feedback. Please let us know what you think: https://angliaruskin.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/episode8kickstartingyourparamediccareer This episode will cover how we transitioned from school education into our university paramedic training. We will talk about what experience is required before applying, the initial application stage, the interview days and starting at university. This episode is hosted by Marc Perez Escamilla and stars Sophie Pitsialis as a guest speaker. The podcast series is delivered to you through Anglia Ruskin Emergency Medicine Research Group. We would appreciate your support through our crowdfunding page: https://aru.hubbub.net/p/AngliaRuskinEmergencyMedicine/
19:54
March 09, 2020
The science of out-of-hospital emergency care - Episode 7: Paediatrics
Please leave your feedback here: https://angliaruskin.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/episode7paediatrics This episode talks about our experience and understanding of the assessment and management of paediatric patients. The episode will cover small hints and tips regarding communication, pharmacology and paediatric algorithms. The episode is hosted by Marc Perez Escamilla and stars Nathan Lander as a guest. The podcast series is delivered to you through Anglia Ruskin Emergency Medicine Research Group. We would appreciate your support through our crowdfunding page: https://aru.hubbub.net/p/AngliaRuskinEmergencyMedicine/
21:38
March 02, 2020
The science of out-of-hospital emergency care - Episode 6: Facing Death
Please leave your feedback here: https://angliaruskin.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/episode6facingdeath This episode will attempt to talk about death in our practice. Examining what our role is during the process of death, our role in terms of talking to patients about death and DNACPRs and how we can keep objective when talking about death. Furthermore we will talk about the training we receive as student paramedics to be able to manage palliative patients. This episode is hosted by Marc Perez Escamilla and stars Tom Tubridy and Bailey McClure as guests. The podcast series is delivered to you through Anglia Ruskin Emergency Medicine Research Group. We would appreciate your support through our crowdfunding page: https://aru.hubbub.net/p/AngliaRuskinEmergencyMedicine/
27:30
February 24, 2020
The science of out-of-hospital emergency care - Episode 5: Being on Placement
We are collecting feedback. Let us know what you think: https://angliaruskin.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/episode5beingonplacement This episode discusses placements during a paramedic science degree. We chat with two third year student paramedics about their experiences on ambulance and non-ambulance placement, the challenges that they have faced as well as tips for when fellow students go on their placements. This episode is hosted by Marc Perez Escamilla and stars, Jane McCloskey and Ellie Rankin as guests speakers. The podcast series is delivered to you through Anglia Ruskin Emergency Medicine Research Group. We would appreciate your support through our crowdfunding page: https://aru.hubbub.net/p/AngliaRuskinEmergencyMedicine/
18:40
February 17, 2020
The science of out-of-hospital emergency care - Episode 4: Gender Equality in Paramedic Practice
Let us know your feedback: https://angliaruskin.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/episode4genderequalityinparamedicpractice This Tuesday is International Day of Women and Girls in Science, so in this episode we will discuss the experiences of being a female student paramedic, the importance of having a female role model as a mentor, what we can do as clinicians to promote an equal society as well as how we can promote science and healthcare and support women and girls who want to pursue a career in the sciences. This episode is hosted by Marc Perez Escamilla and stars Ailbhe Mulhall as our guest. The podcast series is delivered to you through Anglia Ruskin Emergency Medicine Research Group. We would appreciate your support through our crowdfunding page: https://aru.hubbub.net/p/AngliaRuskinEmergencyMedicine/
21:50
February 10, 2020
The science of out-of-hospital emergency care – Episode 3: Mental Health
We are conducting a feedback study on this podcast series and would appreciate if you complete the following survey: https://angliaruskin.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/episode3mentalhealth  Mental health patients now form a large part of the patients that Paramedics see. This episode will try to talk about the challenges that these patients pose. The ability of clinicians to deliver what these patients need and what can the profession do for these patients to be managed adequately out of hospital. The episode will discuss why more patients with mental health conditions are presenting to the ambulance service as well as what training student paramedics receive during their university degree. This episode is hosted by Marc Perez Escamilla and invites Finlie Dawe. The podcast series is delivered to you through Anglia Ruskin Emergency Medicine Research Group. We would appreciate your support through our crowdfunding page:  https://aru.hubbub.net/p/AngliaRuskinEmergencyMedicine/
14:56
February 03, 2020
The science of out-of-hospital emergency care - Episode 2: Regular Callers
We are conducting a feedback study on this podcast series and would appreciate if you complete the following survey: https://angliaruskin.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/episode2regularcallers This episode will aim to explore what the ambulance services are experiencing in terms of frequent callers, how it causes resources to be stretched, what measures have been put in place and how effective these are when it comes to dealing with this issue. Additionally, the episode will explore how frequent callers put pressure on resource management, the measures that have been put into place and how effective these are, as well as the learning student paramedics can take forward to best assess and manage these patients. This episode will be presented by Marc Perez Escamilla and Rebecca Raphael, a 3rd year paramedic student at ARU will be the guest speaker. The podcast series is delivered to you through Anglia Ruskin Emergency Medicine Research Group. We would appreciate your support through our crowdfunding page: https://aru.hubbub.net/p/AngliaRuskinEmergencyMedicine/
15:32
January 27, 2020
The science of out-of-hospital emergency care - Episode 1: Religion in Paramedic Practice
We are conducting a feedback study on this podcast series and would appreciate if you complete the following survey: https://angliaruskin.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/episode1religioninparamedicpractice   This episode reflects on how religion can impact paramedic practice; both in terms of the religious beliefs of clinicians as well as those of patients. It covers topics such as the role of religion in medicine, the influence that religion may have on clinicians, how well paramedics adapt when managing patients with diverse cultures and beliefs and the pre-set of judgements that these may bring. This episode is presented by Marc Perez Escamilla and features Amy Ginger, 3rd year paramedic student as the guest.  The podcast series is delivered to you through Anglia Ruskin Emergency Medicine Research Group. We would appreciate your support through our crowdfunding page: https://aru.hubbub.net/p/AngliaRuskinEmergencyMedicine/
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January 13, 2020
Clearing: Preparing for Results Day
With only a few days to go before results day in the UK, Megan and Emma reminisce about their own experiences. They also touch on how to prepare while not forgetting to enjoy the day and take pride in your achievements. Good luck everyone. What's better than Plan A? Plan ARU.  www.aru.ac.uk/clearing Theme by First Year BA (Hons) Music student: Nigel Bennett
13:08
August 08, 2019
Teaser: Join us from 8 August for Episode 5 'How to Prepare for Results Day'
Join Megan and Emma from ARU as they discuss University Clearing in 2019: What is it, who is it for and how does it work?  Hear all about Uni life, tackling Results Day worries and preparing a plan for the future. What's better than Plan A? Plan ARU. Theme by First Year BA (Hons) Music student: Nigel Bennett aru.ac.uk/clearing
00:45
August 02, 2019
Clearing: Why we love ARU
As results day approaches, Megan and Emma take time to discuss why university was the best decision for them. Hear about everything ARU offers from the facilities to the societies and if you're considering joining ARU in September, get an idea on what Fresher's week and Campus life can be like for an ARU student. What's better than Plan A? Plan ARU.  www.aru.ac.uk/clearing Theme by First Year BA (Hons) Music student: Nigel Bennett
20:29
July 30, 2019
Teaser: Join us from 30 July for Episode 4 'Why we love our Uni'
 Join Megan and Emma from ARU as they discuss University Clearing in 2019: What is it, who is it for and how does it work? Hear all about Uni life, tackling Results Day worries and preparing a plan for the future. What's better than Plan A? Plan ARU. Theme by First Year BA (Hons) Music student: Nigel Bennett  aru.ac.uk/clearing
00:26
July 23, 2019
Clearing: Emma's Clearing Success Story
Emma came through Clearing to ARU. Hear her story. How she felt, how she prepared and what happened next. What's better than plan A? Plan ARU.  www.aru.ac.uk/clearing Theme by First Year BA (Hons) Music student: Nigel Bennett
24:30
July 16, 2019
Teaser: Join us from 16 July for Episode 3 to hear Emma's story
Emma tells her Clearing success story in the next episode. What's better than Plan A? Plan ARU. Theme by First Year BA (Hons) Music student: Nigel Bennett aru.ac.uk/clearing
00:42
July 11, 2019
Clearing: How to Manage Post-Exam Anxiety
It can be easy to lose purpose and overthink everything after your exams. That's why in this episode Megan and Emma discuss their top tips for staying calm after your exams and keeping your mind off everything in the lead up to Results Day. They also look at how you can be proactive and make plans during this time, rather than feeling resigned to uncertainty.  What's better than Plan A? Plan ARU.  www.aru.ac.uk/clearing Theme by First Year BA (Hons) Music student: Nigel Bennett
16:03
July 09, 2019
Teaser: Join us from 9 July for Episode 2 'How to Manage Post-Exam Stress'
 Join Megan and Emma from ARU as they discuss University Clearing in 2019: What is it, who is it for and how does it work? Hear all about Uni life, tackling Results Day worries and preparing a plan for the future. What's better than Plan A? Plan ARU. Theme by First Year BA (Hons) Music student: Nigel Bennett  aru.ac.uk/clearing
00:48
July 04, 2019
What is Clearing?
Join Megan and Emma as they discuss the process of Clearing at ARU and what to expect whether you call or do an online application. Emma's first hand experience as a student who joined us during Clearing and as a helper in our Clearing call centre means she has all the insider knowledge you need to have make the most of this opportunity. What's better than Plan A? Plan ARU.  www.aru.ac.uk/clearing Theme by First Year BA (Hons) Music student: Nigel Bennett
16:08
June 24, 2019
Teaser: Tune into ARU's Clearing Podcast from 24 June
Get updates from Megan and Emma at ARU as we lead up to Clearing 2019. What to expect in Clearing, who is it for and how to make the most of it. What's better than plan A? Plan ARU. aru.ac.uk/clearing
00:46
June 19, 2019