Hosting a dementia workshop for health care professionals and caregivers – a reflection
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Working as a Community Researcher on the Brent Integrated Care Partnership
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Humanitarianism – what does it mean today?
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Exploring barriers to equitable participation in health research among ethnic minorities: A co-production workshop
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Teams of the Year Awards– a spotlight on secrets of successful teamwork
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Fuel and Food Poverty in the UK must be addressed before the energy price hike this Spring
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As costs of living increase for all, now is the time to increase support for those whose incomes at current UC rates do not allow for basic standards of living. Foodbanks across the UK represent an important lifeline, but this cannot be considered the norm and should not be relied upon by Government. The current rise in food bank reliance and the impending rise in fuel costs demands scrutiny into the social policies that are failing to adequately support those in need, to ensure those at most risk are protected from the increasing fuel price cap. without financial protection this spring. It is ..read more
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Health and social care access for people experiencing homelessness and lessons for primary care
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It is our duty to find and care for those in our community who are excluded and marginalised and advocate for their needs. We need to embed inclusive care and assertive advocacy as core to our work. Megan was the senior research fellow on this project and currently is the Programme Manager of PD-Care and the PI of exploring self-management in those experiencing low socioeconomic deprivation.  ). They have a much higher rate of most long terms conditions, including heart disease, respiratory disease than even populations in the most deprived sectors of society. Conditions usually foun ..read more
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Opinion piece: My experiences so far of hybrid working at the PCPH department
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Developing educational leadership skills as an early career academic
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Starting a PhD in the wake of COVID-19: a survival guide for new students
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Enjoy the journey & best of luck with your studies! , first year PhD student at University College London’s Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care, provides tips for starting doctoral studies in unusual times.   . Be open to potential alternatives and listen to the experiences of others in your field. There are many from the past year which will be useful to consider when thinking of ..read more
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