Lsbu Health & Social Care



London South Bank University, School of Health & Social Care.A monthly podcast featuring health and social care news, interviews, discussion, debate and updates for potential and current students, staff and collaborative partners. Hosted by Prof. Warren Turner (@LSBUWarrenT) and colleagues. Contact us via


  • LSBU Health & Social Care Podcast January 2016

    22/01/2016 Duración: 45min

    This month's edition of the LSBU Health & Social Care Podcast includes an interview with the University's Chief Operating Officer, Ian Mehrtens about LSBU making the Stonewall Top 100 Employers list. We also talk to John Feenie, Chief Executive of the College of Contemporary Health about new post-graduate courses for health professionals to tackle the obesity epidemic. Finally, we include a discussion of those items of the news that have caught our eyes and ears this month. This month's episode is presented by Professor Warren Turner and Professor Becky Malby. Follow us @LSBUWarrenT and @BeckyMalby Contact us:

  • LSBU Health & Social Care Podcast December 2015

    18/12/2015 Duración: 43min

    December 2015 edition of LSBU Health & Social Care Podcast. In this month's 'festive' edition we speak to student organisers of the London Stop the Pressure Conference, hear about work of our Enterprise Champion, Ian Merrick as he works to encourage health and social care students to develop their entrepreneurial skills and Claire Nadaf and Warren Turner discuss the month's news. Hosted by Warren Turner (@LSBUWarrenT) and Claire Nadaf Contact us via

  • LSBU Health & Social Care PodCast November 2015

    21/11/2015 Duración: 39min

    November 2015 episode of LSBU Health & Social Care Podcast. In this month's episode we feature an interview with LSBU Head of Department of Adult Nursing & Midwifery, Anthony McGrath who has recently returned from a term of service as an army reservist working in a simulated crisis in Canada. We also speak to LSBU Student Union nursing student sabbatical officer, Scott Ideson about how he is working to engage nursing students in wider University life. We hear from Associate Professor, Gary Francis about a pioneering scheme for specially trained students to support their student colleagues with extra skills development sessions. Finally, we look back over the month and discuss those items in the news that have caught our eye. Hosted by: Professor Warren Turner and Dr Linda Goddard