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Planning and Facilitating Focus Groups

Focus groups are a great way to collect qualitative research data. They’re excellent for helping gain an insight into the views and perceptions of people, and a really great way of understanding users. 486 more words

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Not All Surveys Are Created Equal

Call it post-recession anxiety or the result of a highly contentious landscape, but there isn’t a major brand that doesn’t undergo major testing, research, and analysis of its brands and products. 956 more words

Consumer Intercepts

Week 5 – How Useful are Focus Groups for Designing User-Friendly Digital Humanities Projects?

In order to become user-friendly some projects utilise the views of focus groups so to understand how the end result should best be designed. However, how useful can these focus groups be to a digital project’s designing stage? 369 more words

Now looking for participants!

Image: steps up to a church door. By Charles Clegg. Creative Commons licence, Flickr.

The ‘Uncovering the Roof’ research project into Christianity and disability is now looking for participants. 1,362 more words

Research

Overview

Regenerative medicine encapsulates a wide range of technologies and applications for the benefit of human health. According to the United Kingdom’s (UK) Technology Strategy Board (TSB), “Regenerative medicine is a broad term for innovative medical therapies that aim to replace or regenerate human cells, tissues or organs, to restore or establish normal function.  97 more words

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Strenghts

UK strengths in regenerative medicine include a world-leading research base, a unified healthcare system providing access to large numbers of patients and a highly organised blood transfusion and transplant service. 236 more words

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Challenges

Although Wales accounts for nearly 5% of the United Kingdom’s (UK) population, the data from the UK Research Council & TSB’s A Strategy for UK Regenerative Medicine (2012) state that Wales accounts for only 3% of the grant funding from UK Research Councils and TSB.  172 more words

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