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Jerome Whittingham is a photographer, writer, and podcaster. He reports on community development and social issues. Topics of interest include the arts, health and wellbeing, housing and homelessness, children and young people, dementia, addiction, local food and food sustainability, heritage, conservation and the environment. Jerome returned to Stoke-on-Trent in Spring 2021, having previously lived and worked in Hull for over 25 years. Follow him on twitter: @photomoments
 
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Anna Motz - Working Psychotherapeutically with Women’s Invisible Trauma. Consultant Clinical and Forensic Psychologist working in the Offender Care Service at the Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust, who has extensive clinical experience working with women in prison and in the community, and with the staff teams who support them.…
 
Professor Peter Kinderman, Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Liverpool will be speaking at the BIGSPD 2021 online conference, which takes place on 15-16 June 2021. His talk is entitled: "Beyond disagreement and consensus - managing multiple perspectives."Visit the conference website to find out more:https://bigspd.org.uk/online-…
 
Prof Grainne McAlonan, Professor of Translational Neuroscience in the Department of Forensic and Neurodevelopmental Sciences at King's College London.Synopsis: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is clinically diverse, and its etiological mechanisms are poorly understood. To inform prognosis and generate intervention opportunities we need a better under…
 
Professor Terrie E. Moffitt, Professor of Social Development in the Social, Genetic & Developmental Psychiatry Centre at King's College London.Synopsis: Repeated mental-health assessments in a birth cohort followed to age 45 reveal that mental disorder eventually affects virtually everyone. The predominant pattern among clinically significant cases…
 
Welcome to this podcast on suicide means restriction, brought to you by the Cochrane Common Mental Disorders group and the Mental Elf.*TRIGGER WARNING*This podcast is aimed at mental health researchers and policy makers. In it we discuss the ways that we can prevent suicide, restricting the means of people taking their own lives, and methods of sui…
 
How can understanding and technologies from the basic biosciences contribute to the wider field of mental health research? What cross-disciplinary interface areas involving biosciences open up areas for innovative translational research? And what are some of the barriers and enablers to working across disciplines involving the basic biosciences? In…
 
Catriona Firth, Associate Director for Research Environment at Research England, talks about allocation with Sana Zakaria from the National Institute for Health Research.This is one in a series of Impact Lenses Podcasts from the Impact Frameworks and Cultural Change conference, taking place online on 25-26 February 2021: https://impactframeworks.in…
 
Maeva May, Head of Policy at the British Heart Foundation, talks about advocacy to Sana Zakaria from the National Institute of Health Research.This is one in a series of Impact Lenses Podcasts from the Impact Frameworks and Cultural Change conference, taking place online on 25-26 February 2021: https://impactframeworks.info/Maeva May Twitter: https…
 
Kathryn Graham, Executive Director of Performance Management and Evaluation at Alberta Innovates, talks about accountability to Sana Zakaria from the National Institute of Health Research.This is one in a series of Impact Lenses Podcasts from the Impact Frameworks and Cultural Change conference, taking place online on 25-26 February 2021: https://i…
 
Thomas Alslev Christensen, Senior Vice President at the Novo Nordisk Foundation, talks about analysis with Sana Zakaria from the National Institute of Health Research.This is one in a series of Impact Lenses Podcasts from the Impact Frameworks and Cultural Change conference, taking place online on 25-26 February 2021: https://impactframeworks.info/…
 
Featuring themes of domestic violence and attempted suicide... It’s been five months since Bella Hickson killed her husband Connor and Police Constable Sean Cargill is still suffering the consequences. Meanwhile, Detective Inspector Alice Farmer is on Sean’s trail. Murder in Lockdown II tells a twisted tale of love, danger, and murder, against the …
 
In this podcast episode HULL IS THIS editor Jerome Whittingham chats to Pippa Robson, Deputy Chief Officer of Forum. Pippa explains the work of Forum, and talks in detail about the Hull Together survey, and opportunity for all residents of the city to shape policy for years to come. "If you’re a Hull resident aged 16 or over, you can make a real di…
 
HULL IS THIS editor Jerome Whittingham chats with writer and spoken word performer Michelle Dee. Michelle shares three poems, all written recently: Routine, Ice Queen, and Mercy. She explains the inspiration and background to each. We chat about the year in the arts, and reflect upon not just the challenges it has presented - but also the opportuni…
 
In this podcast episode Clare Drury, Musical Lead at Hull Freedom Chorus, chats with HULL IS THIS editor Jerome Whittingham about the choir's song for Christmas 2020 - Light of a Guiding Star. Clare tells how the year has helped shape the song, and how this performance 'together but apart' blends traditional Christmas themes with messages for a pan…
 
In this podcast interview Fiona Caley, artist in residence at Hull's urban agriculture project Rooted in Hull, reveals what's in store for artists visiting the site. She talks to HULL IS THIS editor Jerome Whittingham about opportunities for collaboration with other artists - visual art and photography, poetry and spoken word, performing arts and m…
 
In this podcast HULL IS THIS editor Jerome Whittingham pays a visit to the Hull Library of Stuff. He meets the library's founder and director, Alan Dalgairns. Alan explains how making a purchase on an online auction site some years ago got him thinking about how he could help people save money, and help reduce the environmental impacts of manufactu…
 
In this podcast HULL IS THIS editor Jerome Whittingham chats to theatrical musician Graham Graham Beck. Graham tells us how a 2020 calendar clear of festival appointments may lead to a greater offering of his genuinely unique, often surreal, musical performances in 2021. Graham shares his freshly knob-twiddled Christmas single 'Every time I look in…
 
In this podcast HULL IS THIS editor Jerome Whittingham talks to WISHH charity manager Lisa Whitton. Lisa talks about the work of the WISHH charity - working independently to support Hull hospitals. They've had quite a year! This Christmas their popular annual campaign has to be delivered very differently, in order to keep patients safe from Covid-1…
 
In this podcast episode HULL IS THIS editor Jerome Whittingham visits EMS Community Growing Coordinator John Pickles, to hear how this charity is helping people to beat food poverty by having a go at growing their own veg. Read full article on HULL IS THIS here: https://hullisthis.news/project-turns-underused-land-into-productive-food-growing-sites…
 
In this HULL IS THIS podcast, editor Jerome Whittingham is joined by Laura Jarvis, Senior Development Manager at The Alcohol and Drug Service, and Paul Longley, Mental Health Trainer at Hopen and facilitator of Andy's Man Club in Hull. We talk about the mental health impacts of consuming too much alcohol, how much is too much, what strategies and c…
 
“We’re playing everything by ear, appropriately enough,” said Russell Plows, Artistic Director of Hull Urban Opera. In this podcast we continue our ad hoc series of lockdown conversations with artists. We find out how Hull Urban Opera has responded to the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, and its restrictions. Podcast: 24 minutes. Russell tells us …
 
Professor Samuele Cortese introduces us to the COH-FIT study (the Collaborative Outcomes study on Health and Functioning during Infection Times).COH-FIT is a large international survey project for the entire population of countries affected by the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). The project involves almost 200 investigators in more than 35 countri…
 
Professor Samuele Cortese introduces us to the COH-FIT study (the Collaborative Outcomes study on Health and Functioning during Infection Times).COH-FIT is a large international survey project for the entire population of countries affected by the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). The project involves almost 200 investigators in more than 35 countri…
 
Henriette Højsteen, Principal of the Slottet Care Home in Copenhagen, Denmark, talks about running an LGBT+ care home.In developing our rainbow profile for people coming into our care home, we had to learn to be norm critical, so that we could develop our LGBT+ competence. Our four step course included being aware of history, culture and society, a…
 
Dr Elizabeth James, Amy Zile, and Dr Trish Jackman speak about what their research with the SMaRteN network has shown about how Covid-19 impacted doctoral and early career researchers. They outline what good practice can be adopted by supervisors, line managers and institutions to reduce some of this impact, drawing from both the research data and …
 
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