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From the CNN Effect to the SNN Effect: How media influences governments’ decisions about the allocation of humanitarian aid

Dr Kate Wright - From the CNN Effect to the SNN Effect: How media influences governments’ decisions about the allocation of humanitarian aid Paper Abstract: Does media influence…

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Edinburgh Graduate Vision: Short Life Working Group on Climate and Sustainability in Curricula

Edinburgh Graduate Vision: Short Life Working Group on Climate and Sustainability in Curricula

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Vulnerability

In the fifth and final animation, Rebecca Richards explores the different conceptualisations, applications, and complexities of the term ‘vulnerability’. By drawing on the influential…

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Climate change and Scotland schools

Pupils from Govan High School, St Margaret's Academy and Antonine Primary School, Scotland, voice their thoughts about climate change.

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1.5 MAX Partnership Project

Tom Bird, co-ordinator of the 1.5 MAX partnership project, shares more about how schools across Scotland, Malawi, Mozambique and Nepal are working together to embed action on sustainability and…

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IDAH Week 1 Lecture 2: International development and humanitarianism: part 1

IDAH Week 1 Lecture 2: International development and humanitarianism: part 1

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Balsells and Brondi (2020) Global health & infectious diseases: security and inequalities after the IHR (2005)

Webinar by Evelyn Balsells and Luciana Brondi discussing global health and infectious diseases through a review of public health emergencies after the IHR(2005)

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Curricula for Wicked Problems July 2021

An overview of suggestions for developing higher education curricula for wicked problems or global challenges.

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Just Emergencies Episode 16: Covid-19 & Migrant Care Workers

In Episode 16 of Just Emergencies, Prof Lisa Eckenweiler discusses the impact of Covid-19 on migrant care workers. Migrant care workers are an essential part of many Global North countries’…

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Just Emergencies Episode 15: Covid-19 & the Migrant Crisis

In Episode 15, Dr Arianne Shahvisi discusses the migrant 'crisis', the impact of Covid-19 on refugee populations, vaccine nationalism, and academic activism. To find out more about Dr…

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Studying Clinical Subjects Online | The University of Edinburgh

How is it possible to study surgery and other clinical subjects online? It's a question we get asked a lot, so we decided to make this video to hopefully help answer any doubts you might have! …

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Practical Strategies for Teaching about Wicked Problems - 1

The first of three videos from a workshop on Teaching about Wicked Problems

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9B Arab Spring part 1

9B Arab Spring part 1

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Just Emergencies Episode 13: Moral Experiences of Healthcare Providers in Covid-19 Research

McGill Research Assistant Eliza Yadav interviews Professor Matthew Hunt and Research Coordinator Ani Chenier about their collective study on the ethics of conducting clinical research during the…

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ERCCT - Informed Consent in Emergency Research

Lead Research Nurse for Stroke, Allan MacRaild, discusses some of the special considerations when seeking informed consent in an emergency setting, such as stroke trials.

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ERCCT - Informed Consent in Research with Pregnant Women

Consultant obstetrician, Dr Sarah Stock, discusses some of the special considerations when seeking informed consent in clinical trials involving pregnant women.

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