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- Future of Complex Innovative Trial DesignThe latest Faculty of Health & Social Sciences (FHSS) publication on the last day of March is an editorial in... Read more »
- A New Publication by MSPH researcher on Combat Trauma and Heart Rate Variability in a UK Military CohortRabeea Maqsood is a 2nd year PhD student based in the department of Medical Sciences and Public Health. As a... Read more »
- New research just published: Customer incivility for frontline employeesNew research just published Boukis, A., Koritos, C., Papastathopoulos, A., Buhalis, D., 2023, Customer incivility for frontline employees, Annals of... Read more »
- Here is what is coming in April for RKEDFBA Mid-career Fellowship and BA Leverhulme Senior Fellowship Wednesday, 12th April, 11:00-13:00 The session will cover the requirements for the two... Read more »
- UKCGE Recognised Associate Supervision! NEW OPPORTUNITY for ECRs!Are you (relatively) new to research degree supervision? Would you like your developing supervisory practice acknowledged at national level? The... Read more »
- UKCGE Route to Recognition for Supervisory Practice: Deadline for Submission 19 June 2023Are you an established research degree supervisor? Would you like your supervisory practice acknowledged at national level and join a... Read more »
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