Nottingham Lakeside Arts and Meeting Ground Theatre company are appealing for votes for their production of […]
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This is what the Vice-Chancellor, Professor David Greenaway, was asked by Editorial Assistant Liz Goodwin (pictured) […]
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Tags: Alexander McLean, Alumni Achievement Awards, Athena SWAN Silver Award, Communications and Recruitment, Doctoral Training Centre, Editorial Assistant Liz Goodwin, Green Flag, Inside Out of Mind, Jubilee Campus, Life Cycle 3, Marketing, New Theatre, NOOC, Nottingham Open Online Course, Periodic Table of Videos, Pop Art to Britart: Modern Masters from the David Ross Collection, Professor David Greenaway, Sir Andrew Witty, stroke rehabilitation research, Sutton Bonington, The University of Nottingham Ningbo China, Time Magazine, Vice Chancellor
A world premiere is being staged at Lakeside Arts Centre thanks to an innovative collaboration between researchers, the NHS and the arts.
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Tags: Director of Lakeside Arts Centre, Holly Webb, Impact: The Nottingham Campaign, Inside Out of Mind, Joanne Lloyd, Justine Schneider, Kezia Scales, Lakeside Arts Centre, Maurice Roëves, Meeting Ground Theatre Company, National Institute for Health Research, Professor of Mental Health and Social Care, REF, Research Excellence Framework, Shona Powell, Simon Bailey, Tanya Myers
Professor Justine Schneider writes about a ground-breaking theatre production exploring dementia care.
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Tags: Inside Out of Mind, Institute of Mental Health, Joanne Lloyd, Kezia Scales, Lakeside Arts Centre, Meeting Ground Theatre Company, NHS, Professor Justine Schneider, Professor of Mental Health and Social Care, Simon Bailey, Tanya Myers