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Learn more about the latest news, events and research projects which staff and students from the School of Public Health, Midwifery and Social Work are involved in.

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World Mental Health Day 2017

In October, staff and students across the University marked World Mental Health Day with a range of events and activities, across various University locations, overseen by Athene Lane-Martin, Lecturer in the School of Public Health, Midwifery and Social Work.

Learn more about the day

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MIDWIFERY STUDENTS RAISE OVER £5000 FOR CANCER RESEARCH

On Sunday 9 July, a group of 11 Midwifery students from Canterbury Christ Church University completed Cancer Research's 5k Pretty Muddy event in Maidstone, raising over £5,000 for the charity.

Read more about their fundraising

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SENIOR LECTURER HELPS TO DELIVER NEONATAL RESUSCITATION TRAINING IN ZAMBIA

Faith Kayembe, Senior Lecturer in Midwifery, has been working with a team from Medway Maritime Hospital to deliver vital neonatal resuscitation training to a group of fifty health care professionals in Zambia.

Find out more about their bike ride

 

MIDWIFERY STUDENTS CYCLE TO RAISE MONEY FOR BEREAVEMENT SUITES

Five 2nd year Midwifery students have completed a 14 mile bike ride to raise money for the Bereavement Suites at East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust (EKHUFT).

Find out more about their bike ride

EU FUNDING BOOSTS NEW DIABETES PROJECT FOR KENT

More than 1,000 people with type 2 diabetes are set to benefit from an innovative and new £1.6million EU-funded project involving health organisations from across Kent and Medway.

Read the official press release

STUDENT MIDWIFE OF THE YEAR 2016 AWARDED TO CHRIST CHURCH STUDENT

Final year Canterbury Christ Church University student midwife, Natalie Corden, has won the prestigious Student Midwife of the Year Award at the 2016 Student Nursing Times Awards.

Learn more about Natalie's award

 

REVIEW INTO STREET-CONNECTED CHILDREN FEATURED BY COCHRANE

A review into street-connected children by Esther Coren, Reader for the School, has been featured by globally-renowned organisation, Cochrane.

Read more about the review

THE TOTALLY TOUCHABLE PROJECT

Totally Touchable is a project looking at the impact of the arts on the health and wellbeing of sight impared adults. Here you can read the final report and learn more about the project's findings.

Find out more about the project

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