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Coloured overlays and their benefit for reading
Children in mainstream schools compared text on white paper with identical text covered in turn by each of ten differently-coloured plastic overlays. More than 50% reported improved perception withExpand
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Online video in clinical skills education of oral medication administration for undergraduate student nurses: a mixed methods, prospective cohort study.
BACKGROUND Improvements in the safety of the prescribing, dispensing and administration of medicines are identified as a priority across international healthcare systems. It is therefore essentialExpand
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“It's not all about grades”: accounting for gendered degree results in geography at Brunel University
This paper explores the results of an 18‐month study at Brunel University that aimed to explain the significant gendered differences in academic performance amongst geography students. Male studentsExpand
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What’s in focus? A critical discussion of photography, children and young people
Photography is an increasingly popular research method, used to explore a number of topics with a wide range of social groups, including children and young people. Drawing upon two UK researchExpand
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The impact of out of school care: a qualitative study examining the views of children, families and playworkers
Acknowledgements The team would like to thank all the children, parents, playworkers, community centre managers and head teachers who enthusiastically welcomed us to their out of school club andExpand
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Boundaries and e-health implementation in health and social care
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We explore the way in which structural, professional and geographical boundaries have affected e-health implementation in health and social care, through an empirical study of the implementation of an electronic version of Single Shared Assessment (SSA). Expand
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Geographies of New Femininities
1. Introduction. 2. Changing Worlds? Changing Femininities? 3. Methodologies for Mapping Geographies of Multiple Feminine Identities. 4. Opportunities and Contradictory Space? . 5. ReluctantExpand
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The training-to-work trajectory: pressures for and subversions to participation in the neoliberal learning market in the UK
The UK government has emphasised the role of lifelong learning in eradicating social exclusion and improving productivity and the skills base. With a neoliberal rationale that normalises economicExpand
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A new deal for lone parents? Training lone parents for work in West London
In this paper we explore the impacts of the training programmes offered to lone mothers with young children on the Government's ‘New Deal for Lone Parents’ in one local labour market: West London.Expand
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