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What so service industry workers know about people with aphasia? – a small scale questionnaire investigation.
Background This study was undertaken as part of the final year undergraduate degree programme at De Montfort University. In 2003 Code found that people with aphasia (PWA) spent an average of twenty hours outside their ...
Learning their lesson: T-Learning as a vehicle for in-cell learning by prisoners.
(Common Ground, 2009)
The low educational attainment of high numbers of prisoners in England and Wales is well documented, with the basic skills of literacy and numeracy being particularly problematic. The education of prisoners is a high ...
Skills development and occupational aspirations within A8 migrant groups in Leicester and Leicestershire, Coventry.
(Learning and Skills Council, 2009)
How to win friends and influence people: the value of the cohort in a doctoral research training programme
(Nottingham Jubilee Press, 2009)
This article is not about retention and attrition rates, or about successful outcomes, or about supervision, even though these are at the nub of most research on the doctoral experience. This article concerns the ...
Men in nursing: Re-evaluating masculinities, re-evaluating gender
(eContent Management Pty Ltd, 2009-10-01)
This paper critically interrogates and re-evaluates the notion that it is somehow difficult being a man in nursing and suggests some ways forward which will allow us to gain a more politically astute purchase on gender, ...
An evaluation of a DVD trigger based assessment of communication and care delivery skills.
This article describes the implementation and evaluation of a novel form of assessment of communication skills and knowledge for nursing students in a multi-campus UK Midlands university. The assessment took the form of a ...
Hygiene and biosecurity: The language and politics of risk in an era of emerging infectious diseases
(Wiley Blackwell, 2009-09-25)
Infectious diseases, such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and avian inﬂuenza, have recently been high on the agenda of policy makers and the public. Although hygiene and biosecurity are preferred options for ...