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Developing and listening to student voices through a student-staff research project
How can we listen to student voices in order to improve learning, teaching and the curriculum? If we, as members of staff, are to enable students to learn effectively we need to understand how they are engaging with their ...
The Future of Higher Education Provision in the UK : Workforce Implications
(Higher Education Funding Council for England, 2010-02)
Pramlintide for diabetes mellitus
Description of the condition: The World Health Organisation defines diabetes mellitus as a metabolic disorder characterised by chronic hyperglycaemia with disturbances of carbohydrate, fat, and protein metabolism resulting ...
Practitioners’ views on cross-community music education projects in Northern Ireland : alienation, socio-economic factors and educational potential
This article reports a qualitative investigation of the perceptions on cross-community music education activities of 14 key practitioners with experience with the two main communities in Northern Ireland (NI), Protestant ...
Dancing, moving and writing in clinical supervision? Employing embodied practices in psychotherapy supervision
This paper takes a new look at the methods of embodiment for psychotherapy supervision. It makes a rigorous distinction between knowledge derived by language and knowledge derived by the body without the intervention of ...
Diversity and social integration on higher education campuses in India and the UK : student and staff perspectives
This paper reports findings from the first year of a UK-India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI), 'Widening participation: Diversity, isolation or integration in Higher Education?' Over a three-year period this ...
Using competences and competence tools in workforce development
The NHS Knowledge and Skills Framework (KSF) has been a driving force in the move to competence based workforce development in the NHS. Skills for Health, the Sector Skills Council for the UK health sector has developed ...
Global Mechanisms and Higher Education
In a complex, fast changing global environment the very nature and definition of education is under contestation. The key issues coming to the fore appear to be who will be allowed to learn what, and under which circumstances? ...
Personal development groups in post graduate movement psychotherapy training : A study examining the contribution to practice
There has been little research into the value of personal development (PD) groups in arts therapies/counselling/psychotherapy training, particularly in relation to trainees developing practice, despite a number of studies ...