Category: Investigation

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Peter Sandiford Returns: Pubs and Community: Sociological and Organisational Perspectives of a Peculiarly English Phenomenon

  Welcome back to Peter Sandiford from the University of Adelaide, who will be returning to Manchester Met to provide two guest seminars on Wednesday 16th November 2016, one in the morning for Doctoral Students...

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NEW OUT! The Role of Experiential Learning in Educating Responsible Citizens

  The Role of Experiential Learning in Educating Responsible Citizens Lei, W.S., Lam, C.C.C., Lourenco, F., Sappleton, N. Chapter, The Palgrave Handbook of Experiential Learning in International Business, 3 January 2016, pages 272 –...

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Congratulations to Xin Shi

  Congratulations go to Dr Xin Shi whose recent application with Dr Francis Fatoye for a Knowledge Transfer Project (KTP) was successful.  The project will be led by Dr Francis Fatoye with Rod Humphreys...

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Research on the Retention of Domiciliary Care Workers and Care Quality

          The Welsh Government published the interim findings from the research into recruitment and retention of domiciliary care workers and care quality conducted by Carol Atkinson, Sarah Crozier and Liz...

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Congratulations to Dr Xin Shi

  to Dr Xin Shi who has been awarded a £20,000 research grant to study on harnessing technology for cancer early diagnosis by Cancer Research UK.  The team also includes three colleagues from UCL...

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Research and Evaluation Partner for Mental Health Service Provider

  The Integrate Movement is a new social enterprise that launches in 2016. TIM designs and delivers innovative, mental health informed workshops for services and agencies who work with excluded young people. TIM’s workshops seek to equip...

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Scrutinising the Law on Female Genital Mutilation

  New Laws on Female Genital Mutilation mark a step-change in British legal responses to the abusive procedure, according to a legal expert from Manchester Law School. Lecturer Dr Kate Cook will be presenting...