Dean of Health and Society shares reflections on Covid-19 response
An Honorary Research Fellow from the University of Salford has undertaken a series of interviews with leaders from across Greater Manchester about challenges and lessons learnt during the Covid-19 pandemic.
In the fourth interview in the short series, Joe Home spoke to Professor Margaret Rowe (pictured), Dean of the School of Health and Society at the University of Salford, about the challenges of responding to coronavirus over the last seven months and the inspiring behaviour she’s witnessed throughout the pandemic from staff and students alike.
Margaret paid particular tribute to the student nurses, midwives and allied health professionals who stepped up to help the NHS during the crisis. She also acknowledged the dedication and work of staff at Salford in supporting all students whatever their individual situations; ensuring the best safety processes possible were in place for those who took up NHS placements, and support was also there for those who weren’t able to take part in placements during the crisis.
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