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Prof Elaine Howard Ecklund - Science and Religion in Global Public Life

Prof Elaine Howard Ecklund - Science and Religion in Global Public Life

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Dr Niki Vermeulen, Dr Bill Jenkins and team - Curious Edinburgh

Dr Niki Vermeulen, Dr Bill Jenkins and team - Curious Edinburgh

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Teaching Matters - Episode 2 - Climate optimism or fatalism: Teaching climate change in today's university

This podcast complements the University’s Teaching Matters blog, and invites students and staff to engage in topical conversations. The first three episodes accompany the Teaching Matters…

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Why we still need to talk about diversity in Physics - Dr. Jess Wade

Dr. Jess Wade is a physicist who, alongside being a postdoc researcher at Imperial College London in plastic electronics, campaigns tirelessly to increase diversity in physics. One of Nature's…

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Dr Graham Nimmo: new MSc in Critical Care

Dr Graham Nimmo introduces the new online MSc in Critical Care https://www.edweb.ed.ac.uk/clinical-sciences/msc-in-critical-care

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Dr Graham Nimmo and Professor Derek Bell edit 3

Dr Graham Nimmo and Professor Derek Bell discuss the proposed new online MSc in Critical Care.

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Born in a microbial cloud: gatekeepers of a healthy life. Prof Debby Bogaert

Born in a microbial cloud: gatekeepers of a healthy life. Prof Debby Bogaert Part of the College's inaugural lecture series.Recorded 12 November 2018.Abstract: It was only 350 years ago that the…

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Acute Care Edinburgh - Michael Eddleston - Improving the care of patients with organophosphorus insecticide self-poisoning

Delivered on 31/10/2018 in Lecture Theatre B, Chancellor's Building, Royal Infirmary Edinburgh

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Global Health and Infectious Diseases online masters: Natalia Casey - student testimonial

Online student Natalia from the UK is studying an MSc in Global Health and Infectious Diseases, which complements her current job in a microbiology laboratory in the NHS. Join our online community:…

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What (HTA) methods have been used in disinvestment in health care?

This presentation was given by Janet Boutell, from the Institute of Health and Wellbeing at the University of Glasgow, as part of a seminar entitled ‘Disinvestment’, or ‘freeing…

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Dr Eddie Docherty and Dr James Marple: admission to an intensive care unit following a critical illness

People requiring admission to an intensive care unit following a critical illness often leave hospital with multiple health and social care needs and many, around 25%, have an unplanned hospital…

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Working in partnership to support community recovery and reduce readmission risk after Intensive Care

People requiring admission to an intensive care unit following a critical illness often leave hospital with multiple health and social care needs and many, around 25%, have an unplanned hospital…

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Scottish NMAHP Research award winners

Corrienne McCulloch, Pam Ramsay, Claire Kydonaki and Lisa Salisbury and colleagues have been awarded the NMAHP award from the Office of the Chief Nurse in Scotland.

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How to live and die well - group discussion format

This short video is a group discussion version our short video for people who are living with progressive illnesses and who want to plan ahead and talk with their family or close friends about…

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