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Media & Communications Research Spotlight - Dr George Karekwaivanane

George Karekwaivanan's research focuses on digital cultures in authoritarian contexts. Find out how George's research can benefit from comparative work enabled by the Media &…

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Media & Communications Research Spotlight - Dr Ita Jansen

Ita Jansen's research focuses on indigenous film and community filmmaking. Find out how an interdisciplinary approach and the Media & Communications cluster can benefit her research.Media…

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Welcome - Dr Jeremy Crang

A warm welcome from the Dean of Students in the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Dr Jeremy Crang. March 2019.

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Bethany Morton - A Day in the Life of a University of Edinburgh Student

The day in the life of University of Edinburgh undergraduate student Bethany Morton.

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Kalina Pateva: A Day in the Life of A University of Edinburgh Student

University of Edinburgh undergraduate student Kalina Pateva shows us a Day in the Life of a student, and her favourite haunts around the city

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Service Excellence Heads of College

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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 👩‍⚕️👨‍⚕️ Copyright © Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland and The…

From  Stewart Cromar A year ago 0 likes 60 views 0  

Life After Cardiac Arrest - Promo

This resource is from the Life After Cardiac Arrest website - https://lifeaftercardiacarrest.org This website provides support and information for those who have experienced an out of hospital…

From  Stuart Brett A year ago 1 likes 11 views 0  

PTSD: What to do

In this film, Gill tells us what to do if someone has PTSD. She stresses that it is normal to be upset after an event, and that we need time to process what has happened. PTSD happens when this…

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How to recognise PTSD

The warning signs that someone may be suffering from PTSD are presented in this film. These include changes in behaviour, such as the person becoming irritable, jumpy or being unable to sleep. They…

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Who gets PTSD?

This film looks at who can get PTSD. The answer to this question is anybody who has been in a situation where they were exposed to threat or danger and where they thought they might die. Most people…

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What is PTSD?

In this film, Gill describes the various reactions that can lead to PTSD. PTSD is where a person re-lives the traumatic experience, causing bad memories to come flooding back. One of the reactions…

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Lynne's advice

In this short film, Lynne shares her advice for those who might find themselves going through the same experience. She regrets not asking more questions at the time, to help her understand why her…

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After Lynne's father died

Lynne finds it difficult to express in words what it felt like when her father died. The family gathered at the flat and Lynne got a lot of support from her husband. She describes this time as being…

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Lynne's story

In this film, Lynne talks about what happened when her father had an OHCA and died. He had recently been in hospital and had undergone some tests on his heart but Lynne did not know what these were…

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Keith's advice

Since his OHCA Keith’s motto has become ‘live life to the full without going to any excess’. He now recognises the importance of listening to his body and realises there are…

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