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Institute of Health & Wellbeing at . Leading research; improving health; tackling inequalities. for equality, diversity & inclusion
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UofG IHW Jun 13
Brilliant news - well done
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Frances Mair Jun 13
Congratulations who has just been awarded prestigious CSO clinical academic Fellowship to look at capacity issues in those with in the context of using asset based approaches
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UofG Public Health Jun 13
We are so proud of our graduate - keep sharing your knowledge for the greater good! 🌍
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UofG IHW Jun 12
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UofG IHW Jun 11
Congratulations to on her Research Culture Award. Also shout out to our Forum/ECR Development Group and to for their Highly Commendeds.
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UofG IHW Jun 11
Replying to @mcd_li @theSPHSU and 3 others
Very best wishes from all your friends and colleagues in Don’t lose touch.
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UofG IHW Jun 10
@UoGIHW very excited about our move to Clarice Pears Building, thanks for all donations
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David Blane Jun 8
Have Barbara Starfield’s 4 Cs of primary care: -Contact -Continuity -Comprehensiveness -Coordination been replaced by: -Competition -Commissioning -Commodification and -Computerisation??
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UofG IHW Jun 10
Watch this video with Prof Helen Minnis talk about fostering, we all learn something new every day!
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Satu Baylan 🧠🎼 Jun 8
Looking for something to do this weekend? Why not come to the today or tomorrow (11-4.30pm) as part of the and find out how we can use music therapeutically in neurological conditions.
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UofG IHW Jun 5
Fantastic blog on the importance of saying no
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Elizabeth Adams Jun 3
We've had some really thoughtful and useful responses so far and all this feeds into our planning for next academic year.
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UofG MVLS Jun 3
🚴‍♀️ The Cycle Nation Project - a four year programme- is led by Prof Jason Gill and ’s Dr Cindy Gray in partnership with colleagues at ! For more information see below 👇
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UofG IHW Jun 3
It's good to talk 💚
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UofG IHW Jun 3
Volunteers required
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PNAS Jun 2
Music could help premature babies develop their high-level cognitive brain networks. Research published this week used fMRI scans to track development in the newborns' salience network, which handles learning and socio-cognitive functioning. In PNAS:
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UofG IHW Jun 3
That's fantastic 😊
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