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10 tips & take-homes from the London SciComm Symposium

On Friday, Louise and I went along to our first London SciComm Symposium, having both been more and more involved in various SciComm events recently. 558 more words

SciComm

SPICe blog on patient participation

The Scottish Parliament Information Centre (SPICe) have published a blog post for National Patient Participation Week 2018. This is a UK-wide event held from 4-9 June to raise the profile of Patient Participation Groups (PPGs) associated with General Practices. 46 more words

Scottish Health & Social Care

An introduction to the Small Business Charter

What is the Small Business Charter?

The Small Business Charter (SBC) recognises the UK’s world-class Business Schools and “celebrates business schools that play an effective role in supporting small businesses, local economies and student entrepreneurship”. 186 more words

Small Business

The many faces of public-facing practice as research

Tessa Buddle is a second-year PhD student in Theatre Studies at the University of Glasgow. Her practice-as-research project is titled ‘Utopia on Tour’ and involves creating a new touring theatre production in collaboration with Tessa’s theatre company, The Suitcase Ensemble. 1,100 more words

PhD Experience

Could a ‘learning health system’ improve long-term care for stroke survivors with other conditions?

Stroke survivors often have other medical conditions (multimorbidity). Management of multiple conditions can be challenging to manage for the health and social care systems, and stroke survivors and their families. 311 more words

Stroke Research At King's College London

Not Us

I am intrigued by the issue of not getting angry enough to be really motivated for change. There was a great article in the Guardian about how we have… 496 more words

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