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Denise Turner
Senior Lecturer. Death,dying; humanity in academic/professional practice. Bk on sudden,unexpected child death: Tweets are personal
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Caroline Aldridge 9h
“there’s more and more need”...”society needs to think about how to support” services, benefits and support all a struggle for families caring for a child with complex health needs and learning disabilities.
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Dying Matters 9h
One in six Britons want to live forever Do you?
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TimesHigherEducation 9h
“Many applicants might feel uneasy asking questions that could seem trivial, and it is far more likely that they will be put off asking them on the phone than in a live chat session.’ ’ David Seaton on the importance of social media in
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UKSG 18h
More than 500 people have registered for our free Webinar tomorrow - Writing for Academic Publication with . You can register to attend live or to see the recording after the event.
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Disabled Children's Partnership 9h
You can hear more about our story here -
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Dr Lauren Gavaghan #NHSLove 17h
Our doctors are dying. Dr Alastair James Watt was signed off with work-related stress, having managed for 4 years without a Consultant colleague. He died by suicide in December 2017. Who is caring for our carers? . - I do hope you will address this issue.
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Andy Cope 12h
A group of flamingos is called a flamboyance. Be a flamingo in a flock of pigeons. Change your life.
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Owen Jones🌹 9h
The government are literally dissolving Parliament to stop a leadership challenge against Theresa May, this is so wild
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Catherine Oakley 10h
Ditched academic CV because current (not academic) job app doesn't require one. There's a new perspective to be gained in dropping all the aca-pomp & breaking down your skill-set in other ways... ✔️Problem-solving ✔️Project management ✔️Dealing with inter-personal conflict
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BSA Childhood 11h
Do think of contributing to this collaborative reading list on literature - or consult for recommendations for summer reading ☀️☀️☀️
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TimesHigherEducation 10h
You’re reading this. You probably have something more pressing to be getting on with. Could it be that you’re addicted to social media?
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TimesHigherEducation 9h
While almost half of young people (49 per cent) are expected to enter university by the age of 30, the gender gap has widened
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mark taylor Jul 15
Do other doctors find themselves thinking that they are imposters, that they shouldn’t be doctors and will soon be found out. Since qualifications I have regular dreams where I am back at medical school, about to be failed
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UCL-UCU 17h
Disgraceful - casualising its precarious employees even more - outsourcing to get employee liabilities off the books - great message to send students about their learning/working environment - UCL goes full neo liberal
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Academic Freedom Watch 10h
Reports of limiting of access to information, creating a space for backroom dealing, is always concerning for those interested in transparency of process and data. We are interested in receiving more information about the pensions negotiations in the UK.
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DameLEGOVC 9h
Replying to @UCL_UCU @ucl
is very proud of her bottom line. It’s one of her best assets. She did a course once in budgeting that said limit liabilities as they cut into your assets. Kind of like tights.
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Robert Nelson 16h
My explanation for why is chronically uncreative— . The article in is a teaser for my book Creativity Crisis, which has just been published, and a polemic against the micromanagement of learning.
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Isabelle Trowler Jul 13
It was about this time of year I took up my first post as a newly qualified social worker after graduating. So! To all new social workers starting in their first roles! Welcome to a great profession & a great career! Twitter is a great way to
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Together4ShortLives 9h
On now - following three families showing what it's like providing round the clock care to children with complex disabilities
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