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Welcome to Online Climate Change at Edinburgh

Welcome and introduction to the programme, with guidance on navigating the course webpages. https://www.climate.ed.ac.uk/

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Photovoice - The alcohol recovery journey

Photovoice is an innovative method of engaging with marginalised groups. Participants use cameras to document their lives, using the power of their images with accompanying stories. These…

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Prof. Sharon Abrahams - Mind Matters in Motor Neurone Disease

Professor Sharon Abrahams, Personal Chair in Neuropsychology, delivers her inaugural lecture entitled 'Mind Matters in Motor Neurone Disease'. In this lecture, Prof. Abrahams discusses her…

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ECAS Demonstration Video

This video provides guidance on the administration of the Edinburgh Cognitive and Behavioural ALS Screen (ECAS). The ECAS is a brief multidomain assessment originally designed for people with…

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Job Opportunity - Short Animation

Time-lapse drawing created by Stewart Lamb Cromar with Procreate on iPad Pro. πŸ‘©πŸ½‍πŸ’»πŸ‘¨πŸΌ‍πŸ’»πŸ‘©πŸΏ‍πŸ’»πŸ‘¨πŸ½‍πŸ’»Copyright © Stewart Lamb Cromar, University of Edinburgh 2017 CC BY This work is…

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Management of Tone & Spasticity After Stroke: A Role for Everyone - Promo

19th e-learning module added to STARs resource: Management of Tone & Spasticity After Stroke - http://bit.ly/stars-19 πŸ‘©‍βš•οΈπŸ‘¨‍βš•οΈ Copyright © Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland and The…

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Jeremy: from hospital to home

Jeremy reflects on his time in hospital and what caused his OHCA. He felt very safe in the hospital. He had an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) fitted and was discharged home after a…

From  Stewart Cromar A year ago 0 likes 1 views 0  

Jeremy: the importance of sharing

Jeremy reflects on his time in hospital and what caused his OHCA. He felt very safe in the hospital. He had an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) fitted and was discharged home after a…

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The impact on Jeremy

In this film, Jeremy talks about the impact his OHCA has had on his life and family. He feels that his family have been brought closer together by what happened. His wife and family have been very…

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Jeremy's advice

In this film, Jeremy recounts what happened the day he had his OHCA. He was a very fit person and was out on a routine 10 mile run, when he suddenly collapsed. It was totally unexpected, as he had no…

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Jeremy's story

In this film, Jeremy recounts what happened the day he had his OHCA. He was a very fit person and was out on a routine 10 mile run, when he suddenly collapsed. It was totally unexpected, as he had no…

From  Stewart Cromar A year ago 0 likes 1 views 0  

Gregor's rehab

In this film, Gregor talks about his recovery. As he was so fit and well prior to his OHCA, Gregor was not offered formal cardiac rehabilitation. He was keen to be independent but found a lot of the…

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Gregor's story

In this video, Gregor discusses what happened when he had his cardiac arrest. He has no memory of the event and, apart from feeling slightly unwell prior to his cardiac arrest, had no indication that…

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Gregor: hospital to home

Gregor talks about what it was like in hospital and when he first came home. His first memory of his cardiac arrest is waking up in a hospital bed. He felt very safe in hospital, although he admits…

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Gregor's support

In this film, Gregor discusses the support he was offered after his OHCA. He was offered a lot of advice and information by the healthcare professionals and by his GP. When he first came home he was…

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Gregor's life now

In this film, Gregor reflects on the people who helped him when he had his OHCA and supported him in his recovery. He acknowledges how crucial his family and friends have been. The family continue to…

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