Adele Phillips discusses how a broad public health campaign with an emphasis on prevention is still important in the fight against Covid-19.
The Faculty of Education’s Wendy Cobb took part in a TES podcast last week looking at how creativity could save students’ mental health. Here she discusses how creativity will be vital to supporting students when they return to school.
Tara Brown, Dr Lorna Thomas and Shola Osinaike look at how theme parks are preparing to re-open to the public post Covid-19 lockdown.
Dr Stephen Scoffham argues that the destruction of natural habitats is undermining the buffer between humans and disease.
Dr Sarah Lieberman discusses the Prime Minister’s Chief Adviser Dominic Cummings, who remains at the centre of a political storm, with Conservative MPs calling for his resignation after he allegedly breached the rules of lockdown.
Dr Lynn Revell offers advice and guidance to parents and careers embarking on home learning during the lockdown.
A recent report suggests microbes found in soil may have an antidepressant effect and as it’s National Gardening Week, and the country is still on lockdown – some are spending more time planting and pruning. John Hills asks if soil can make us feel good?
Dr Andrew Palmer turns to the novelist Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) for some thoughts on how illness can transform our perceptions.
Wendy Cobb asks if the current lockdown conditions could change the way we support emotional wellbeing in classrooms.
Professor Berry Billingsley looks at how science can help us make sense of current times.