The University of Exeter Medical School has fast-tracked graduation for 32 final year medical imaging students to support the NHS in the fight against COVID-19.
The Limits of Charity: Tom Moore vs Austerity
In unambiguous campaigns to ‘protect the NHS’ that emulate those seen in the war, the Government directly highlights their own failings. The public is being asked to provide for these failings through, exemplarily, donations. Rather than in disillusionment, the result will be of a public quickly forgetting the chronic societal issues that have brought this on – in the name of national pride.
Medical students at the University of Exeter graduate early to join NHS fight against Covid-19
Medical students at the University of Exeter graduate early to Join NHS fight against Covid-19 Medical students at the University of Exeter have graduated earlier than anticipated online to start work in the NHS to support the fight against coronavirus. Vice-Chancellor at the University of Exeter Professor Sir Steven Smith announced in an email to […]
The End of the Rainbow
As the nation faces an unprecedented challenge, Cassie Grace urges us to find hope in each other amidst the darkness of coronavirus.
Analysing the pattern of Boris Johnson’s indecision about coronavirus
Amy expresses skepticism on the outward appearance of our government around COVID-19. This being the phasing in of “draconian” measures as the government’s approach to greater palatability for the nation. This is, rather, a rouse behind which hides the Tory cabinet’s ambiguity and sudden 180 turn. The article analyses the pattern of Johnson’s behaviour that has left many in the UK unconvinced.
NHS plans Nightingale hospital for Exeter
NHS plans Nightingale hospital for Exeter A temporary NHS Nightingale hospital is set to open in Exeter at the beginning of May, to help the fight against COVID-19. Work has already begun on the site of the makeshift hospital, according to Ruth May, NHS Chief Nursing Officer for England. The site is Westpoint Arena, the […]
A Problem Shared is a Problem Halved
A Problem Shared is a Problem Halved Jenny May Medlicott, Foreign Correspondent, examines the way in which European countries are cooperating through the Coronavirus pandemic. Before Europe officially became the epicentre for the Coronavirus, Italy was the first country to bear the brunt of its steady spread across Europe. In early March, a poll carried […]
Coronavirus: Assessing the UK’s Public Health Response
Coronavirus: Assessing the UK’s Public Health Response Adam Robertson Charlton examines the UK Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and assesses rationale behind it. As I sit down to write this, the world is at the start of the greatest crisis since the Second World War, the biggest biological disaster since the Spanish flu. That […]
How long should my contraceptive pill break be?
Gemma Dauncey scrutinises the current confusion of deciding on the right number of days between taking the contraceptive pill It is fair to say that contraception has come a long way and, unlike past generations, we are no longer reliant on abstinence or coitus interruptus thanks to the NHS offering (hopefully) something for everyone. But […]
‘There is hope for recovery’: An Investigation into Exeter’s Eating Disorder Services
In 2016, Hannah Butler was in her final year of university. An Exeposé Editor recently returned from her year abroad, she was on the cusp of top grades, a Masters degree, and high-flying journalistic ambitions. Yet, her time at Exeter had been marred by an eating disorder in her second year, for which she had […]