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Tessa Strain

Tessa Strain talks about her research work with PAHRC.

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Dr Graham Baker

Dr Graham Baker talks about his research in PAHRC.

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Introduction to Plagiarism

Plagiarism is the most common and best-known example of academic misconduct. All types of work submitted by students are covered by this definition, including, for example, written work, diagrams,…

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3D Pig Tails Case Study 1

by Prof Rick D'Eath | for 'The power of data for farm animal practice' course Course website: https://edin.ac/farm-data

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SR course - judging the quality of included studies

SR course

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The Role of Social Sciences in Nitrogen Research - TRAILER

Trailer of the MOOC 'The Role of Social Sciences in Nitrogen Research'

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Impacts of data on farm productivity, health and welfare

Dr Rebecca Doyle Timestamps: 0:00 - Introduction0:14 - The Value of Data for Productivity, Health and Welfare1:19 - Benchmarking2:57 - Continuous Improvements 4:28 - Blind Spots 6:06 - Conclusion …

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'The legacy of preterm birth on neurodevelopment and cognition', Professor James Boardman

The first 1000 days after conception are critical for shaping brain health. Adverse events during this time can lead to neurodevelopmental, cognitive, and mental health problems across the life…

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SACHA '23 - Rowan Alba: Group 1 Proposal

On 27 April 2023, four #EdChangeAgent‚Äč teams presented their final proposals to their host organisation, Rowan Alba. Each team screened a short video capturing their proposal for the challenge:…

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epi course - history - recap

epi course

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epi course - history - analytic

epi course - history

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epi course cohort studies

epi course

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Mason Institute Investigates Episode 6: Ethics of vulnerability: Lessons from Just Emergencies

Leyla Noury from the Edinburgh Law School shares the best parts of Just Emergencies; a podcast produced by Rebecca Richards from the Edinburgh Law School. The Just Emergencies podcast series is the…

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Epi course - taxonomy

Epi course

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'Self-binding directives' - should it be possible to request involuntary treatment in advance?, Dr Tania Gergel

‘Self-binding directives’ or ‘Ulysses contracts’ are preferences laid out in advance by service users, which draw on ‘expertise through experience’, and…

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D4. Risk factors, prevention & treatment strategies

Dr Rupsha Fraser

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