Darcie Caldcleugh works as a children’s worker with a registered charity, and believes her BSc in Child Health and Wellbeing prepared her “in the best way possible” for employment.
The importance of ‘play for the sake of playing’ was examined at a unique event featuring pop up adventure playgrounds, hula hoops, bubble machines and the research behind all the fun at Edge Hill University.
Research conducted by academics at Edge Hill University has challenged the traditional view that working class males are less interested in their health than women or other male groups.
Feedback from students is important to Edge Hill and we look closely at information provided so we can make students’ experience at the University more rewarding, positive and successful.
Third year students from Edge Hill’s Faculty of Health and Social Care have been given the opportunity to take part in a national campaign with Sainsbury’s, which will help enhance their graduate employability skills.
Dr Carol Kelly has been appointed the new Head of the Department for Applied Health and Social Care.
Measuring the relationship between diet and physical endurance was more fun than it sounds for a group of students at Edge Hill University.