COVID-19 higher education-public health webinar series

1 Oct - 13 Oct 2020, 13:00 - 14:00

For university COVID19 leads, PHE Regional Directors, PHE Health Protection Teams, Local Authority Directors of Public Health. Purpose: To support local university-public health partnerships including:

  • Communications/CV19-safe behaviours
  • Decision-making
  • Managing cases
  • Scenario planning & protocols
  • Local coordination

Please register for one of three webinars:

  1. 14:00-15:00 1 October - bookings closed.
  2. 14:00-15:00 7 October - bookings closed.
  3. 15:00-16:00 13 October - bookings closed.

Teams link will be sent the day before the meeting.

Esther Dudley

Head of Events and Engagement
Universities UK


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We are together: students supporting the national effort against Covid-19

12 March 2021
Over the past year, staff and students at UK universities have played a vital role in fighting Covid-19 through research and supporting their local communities. Here, three students from across the UK share their stories.

The grades u-turn caused a ripple effect throughout education – it could be catastrophic for unis

25 August 2020
From over-stretched finances to lack of space and facilities, universities are facing a perfect storm of problems.


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Universities demand answers from government on student returns

7 April 2021
Universities and up to a million students were eagerly awaiting the government’s latest roadmap announcement, in anticipation that they would be able to return to safe, socially-distanced in-person teaching and learning from 12 April.

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Government must not take students’ resilience for granted

26 March 2021
UUK has urged the government not to ignore the needs of over a million university students when deciding how to further ease lockdown restrictions in England.