Episode 3. Experiences of Universal credit, with Alison Jane

This week we are thrilled to have Alison Jane on the podcast. Alison is a PhD student at Newcastle University researching a project funded by FUSE. Alison researches experiences of universal credit in South Tyneside and has tracked these experiences throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

We chatted to Alison about the her research findings and adapting to research during a pandemic, and her wealth of experience in communities that adds to her work.

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Why I Research would not be possible without the brilliant efforts of our production team.

  • Hosted by Charlie Wilkinson
  • Edited by Rachel Teate
  • Produced by Rachel Teate and Charlie Wilkinson

Recorded and supported by the Newcastle University media production team. With thanks again to this weeks guest, Alison Jane

Why I Research
Why I Research
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A podcast from Newcastle University exploring the new research in health science coming out of the North East.