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24 January 2023

As a mature student, making the decision to change career felt like a really big one! I knew I wanted to work in healthcare, but I was so unsure what path I wanted to take. Until one day, whilst looking at career options on the NHS website I stumbled across Operating Department Practitioner. Read more…

5 January 2023

My name is Charles Nwachukwu, a PG student of Public Health and Community Wellbeing from Nigeria and this is my SHOKE story. Read more…

21 December 2022

Alexandre describes the Super Lab - a Level 2 laboratory. Read more…

28 November 2022

Finding the perfect work/life balance as an Operating Department Practice student can be challenging to say the least, but you’ll be pleased to hear that it is possible with a little practice. Read more…

8 November 2022

My name is Charles Nwachukwu, an MSc student of Public Health and Community Wellbeing at ARU on the Chelmsford campus. Coming from Nigeria, I had no idea what to expect studying in UK would feel like but so far, the experience has been amazing… Read more…

20 October 2022

Have you heard about antimicrobial resistance? Imagine that a simple injury could kill you. For example, a fall from a bike, or by cutting your salad, you injure your finger, which could lead to death. I think it sounds terrifying. Unfortunately, it might happen… Read more…

11 October 2022

Basic info: Your name: Holly Butler What course did you study ? Early Childhood Studies ( received a First Class with Honours) Part time or full time? Full-time (1 day per week) How long was the duration of your studies? Three years What years did you study from and to… Read more…

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