Article by Course Leader Carol Williams and MSc student Joe Williams, published on line today.
Brighton and Hove – a great place to live and study food, health and sustainability.
The city has just been awarded GOLD Sustainable Food Place
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Health Promotion (0.50 full-time equivalent)
School of Health Sciences
|Location:||Brighton – Falmer|
|Salary:||£35,845 to £51,034 pro rata|
|Closing Date:||Tuesday 08 December 2020|
|Interview Date:||Thursday 17 December 2020|
This is an exciting opportunity to join our vibrant team of academics who are dedicated to the learning and teaching of Health Promotion students.
The role will include undertaking the teaching and learning activity relating to the MSc Health Promotion programme as well as teaching and learning sessions relating to health promotion on our undergraduate programmes. There will also be engagement of learning and teaching across wider programmes in the School of Health Sciences depending on the experience of the post holder (e.g. BSc. Nutrition, Bsc. Public Health).
TERRENCE HIGGINS TRUST JOB DESCRIPTION
Job Title : User Involvement Coordinator
This role will engage a diverse range of service users across the UK, to listen to their views on how Terrence Higgins Trust services should develop, pilot projects to test this and to facilitate how they can actively participate in these future developments. You will: • Test innovative approaches with users to keep our work fresh and relevant, shaping how we work and what we do. • Develop and implement digital activity to support the programme • Actively work with users and colleagues to promote meaningful engagement with the programme The nature of this programme is exploratory and so you will be comfortable with working in a fluid environment. This role will cover the South & Home Counties region with a focus on our Brighton, Hove and West Sussex services. The base of the role can be discussed in more detail at interview. This is a full time post, however flexible options can be considered. Please indicate preference in the body of your application.
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This blog has been a bit sleepy for a while, but with the new academic year starting and everything being delivered online in Semester ONe, it seems a good time to reactivate this blog.
Looking forward to starting with the Principles of Health Promotion and Behaviour Change module tomorrow. We have two new guest speakers; Professor Suzanne Jackson from University of Toronoto and Jeff French from Strategic Social Marketing looking at some COVID related issues.
On 1st October we are joining the Behaviour Change by Design annual lecture – it is a free online event – maybe see you there?: https://www.behaviourchangebydesign.iph.cam.ac.uk/bcbd-annual-lecture-2020/
Are you looking for a new challenge?
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a health improvement /wellbeing worker to gain experience working in Public Health, in a brand new Healthy Workplace Support Officer role, to support the roll out of a new Healthy Workplace Programme.
East Sussex County Council Public Health department are developing a Healthy Workplace programme, that will engage and support businesses across East Sussex to improve the health and wellbeing of their employees. With nearly 23, 000 business across East Sussex, employing around 190, 000 people, the workplace is an ideal setting to improve the health and wellbeing of the local population.
Are you looking for a new challenge?
The East Sussex Sexual Health service are seeking a part time 18.75 hours per week Outreach & Screening Support Worker. You will need to be a well-motivated and enthusiastic person with excellent team working and communication skills and will be part of our forwards thinking Sexual Health Improvement Service. You will be based in Eastbourne and work in a variety of community settings across the county of East Sussex. Working alongside other members of the sexual health improvement team, you will contribute to the delivery of key programmes including social media messages, marketing techniques, the C-card scheme and Chlamydia screening programme.
Doctoral College Post Graduate Research Festival 1st April 2020
Our fourth Festival of Postgraduate Research will be held on Wednesday 1st April at Moulsecoomb, Huxley. Expect to see some new activities on the programme along with the return of firm favourites such as the Three Minute Thesis (3MT), research poster and photo competitions, and Bake your Thesis. We’ll be bringing you further details early in the New Year. In the meantime, please hold the date in your diaryFor a taste of our previous festivals, check out the festival tabs on the Doctoral College blog.
|Topic How can Applied Theatre projects support the wellbeing and resilience of young people within secondary schools? – Helen Nelder, Applied Theatre practitioner and drama teacher
Date Monday 17 February 2020
Time 1:15pm arrival for 1:30 – 3:15pm (with informal networking afterwards)
Session Summary Helen
Nelder’s MA research into Applied Theatre projects, the Academic Resilience Approach (ARA) (Hart and Williams, 2014) and mental health care provision for children and young people in schools, led her to examine the potential of Applied Theatre practices to create opportunities for relational resilience and to support young people to understand and address their own issues and concerns in secondary schools. In doing so, she hopes that such projects will be part of long-term social investment in schools, teachers and c