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COVID-19 Post-Lockdown: Perspectives, Implications and Strategies for Disabled Staff

Tuesday, 21 July 2020

In this unprecedented and uncertain time, the National Association of Disabled Staff Networks (NADSN) has published a Position Paper on “COVID-19 Post-Lockdown: Perspectives, Implications and Strategies for Disabled Staff”. The paper provides a list of 12 recommendations for higher education institutions to consider when planning for reopening campuses.


This online event offers an opportunity to hear from and ask questions of four colleagues who have shaped and written this position paper:




11.00   -   11.05           

Welcome and Housekeeping


11.05    -  11.15             

The motivation and the need for a Position Paper from disabled academics

Dr Nicole Brown- UCL Institute of Education, UK 


11.15   -   11.20           



11.20 – 11.30                                                                

Alignment with NADSN’s mission, and the need for a Position Paper from disabled non-academic professionals 

Jacquie Nicholson,University of Aberdeen, UK






The crossover of being a disabled clinician and academic

Richard Knight, York St John University, UK






NADSN’s recommendations for HE and wider implications 

Prof Fiona Kumari Campbell, University of Dundee, UK



Discussion Groups


12.20 – 12.45

Feedback and Q&A


Chair :Dr Hamied Haroon, National Association of Disabled Staff Networks



Network: SRHE Event
Date: Tuesday, 21 July 2020
Times: 11.00-12.45
Location: Link to be provided
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