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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


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

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



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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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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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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The Life Science Exchange has identified a key opportunity in the regenerative medicine sector to improve on leadership, organisation, information dissemination, communication, interaction, and collaboration Wales-wide. 296 more words

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