Reviewing an Inclusive Intern Partnership Scheme: A Black Asian Minority Ethnic Student Perspective

Authors

  • Lynette Shotton Northumbria University
  • Emily Parkin Northumbria University
  • Aiman Aataya Northumbria University
  • Rick Hayman Northumbria University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21100/jeipc.v7i1.1027

Keywords:

Access, BAME, Internship, Partnerships,

Abstract

N/A - case study

Author Biographies

Lynette Shotton, Northumbria University

Dr Lynette Shotton is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health and the Health and Life Sciences Faculty Director for Access and Participation at Northumbria University.

Emily Parkin, Northumbria University

Miss Emily Parkin is an Inclusion Practitioner in Student, Library and Academic Services at Northumbria University.

Aiman Aataya, Northumbria University

Mr Aiman Abu Aataya is a university student based in the North West of England who provided support and collaboration at all stages of the case study write up.

Rick Hayman, Northumbria University

Dr Rick Hayman is a Senior Lecturer within the Department of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation and the Health and Life Sciences Faculty Director for Access and Participation at Northumbria University.

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Published

2021-05-12