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Why Choose the MSc International Animal Health

Robert Aruho explains why he chose the online Masters in International Animal Health and the positive impact it has had on his career.

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PhD Advice from recent PhD grad Dr Lizzie Wadsworth

In the second episode of our PhD advice series, Liz (@LizGaberdiel) talks to Dr Lizzie Wadsworth (@LizzieWadz), who recently finished her PhD at the University of Edinburgh. Looking back on her…

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Seminar: Health governance and the commercial determinants of health

Watch SPECTRUM's Jeff Collin, Rob Ralston and Sarah Hill deliver a seminar on 'Health governance and the commercial determinants of health: managing conflict of interest in prevention of…

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In Isolation instead of in school (INISS): young people’s experiences of COVID-19 and effects on education

This was a presentation given by Professor Gillean McCluskey and Dr Tracy Stewart, University of Edinburgh, to the interdisciplinary event for 3 COVID-19 projects that studied the impact of COVID-19…

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Gavin Strang - Oral History Interview

Gavin Strang served as Member of Parliament for the Labour Party for Edinburgh East from 1970 – 2010. In Harold Wilson’s Government he was Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Energy (March…

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Professor Jamie Pearce gives evidence to the Health, Social Care and Sport Committee

Captions are auto-generated An excerpt of evidence provided to the Scottish Parliament Health, Social Care and Sport Committee by SPECTRUM researcher, Professor Jamie Pearce, on the National…

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Athena SWAN Inspiring People - 19 January 2022

Our first session of the series was focused on perceptions, assumptions and their impact and effects. Speakers:Dr Gwenetta Curry, Lecturer of Race, Ethnicity & Health at the Usher Institute, on…

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MPH sharing_Lindsey.mp4

On the occasion of her graduation, on 8th December 2021, Lindsay Weller shares the reasons she chose to study her Master of Public Health (MPH) online, and explains how it has helped her develop…

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Usher Institute Annual Lecture 2021

Video recording of Usher Institute Annual Lecture 2021 with ECTU showcase and Professor Sir Martin Landray speaking on the RECOVERY trial. Event: Monday 22 November 2021 1300-1500

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GHPU: Introduction to literature searching (2)

In this short video on literature searching we look at where to search and how to refine your search strategy. This is the 2nd in a 3-part series for students in the Global Health Policy Unit. A PDF…

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Activism and the Future of HIV in Scotland

The University of Edinburgh’s Staff Pride Network, Disabled Staff Network and BioQuarter LGBT+ Staff Committee invite you to join our panel discussion on the history of HIV/AIDS activism in…

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International Women's Day 2021: The role of women in AIDS and LGBTQ+ Activism

Hidden heroines: join us as we learn from some truly notable women about their role in HIV and LGBTQ+ Activism The success of the recent Channel 4 series 'It's a Sin' has shone a…

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Creating equity in healthcare for LGBT+ people

During LGBT+ History Month, Edinburgh University LGBT+ Medics, Edinburgh BioQuarter LGBT+ Staff Committee and the University of Edinburgh Staff Pride Network are delighted to collaborate to bring you…

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AIDS Cultural Activism and Speculative Health Promotion

Clip 1: FATHERS 2, A World Without AIDS, Queer Sci-Fi Web Series by Leo Herrera [2:20-5:10] Clip 2: It's A Sin: First look at Russell T Davies' new…

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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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Welcome to the Library, Part 1: Basics and finding your readings (MHO students)

This is the first of a 2-part introduction to the University Library for students doing the PgCert Advanced Social Work Studies - Mental Health Officer (MHO) Award, 2021-22. This session covers…

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