To introduce the nature and design of mixed methods research. This module assumes students will have some experience in either qualitative or quantitative methodologies, as the focus will be on practical ways to combine the two to develop a
Extract from Medical Press website: Children with autism may benefit from fecal transplants - a method of introducing donated healthy microbes into people with gastrointestinal disease to rebalance the gut, a new study has found.
Wales should be a country where everyone has the chance of a decent and secure life. Instead, hundreds of thousands of people- many from working families -struggle to meet their basic needs.
Almost anyone can experience poverty: unexpected
From the website or ERSA: The Employment Related Service Association (ERSA) has published ‘More than Words: Rethinking employment support for disabled jobseekers’, an independent report by WPI Economics showing the gap between government rhe
CP-NET Vision: To create a partnership program among Ontario-based researchers, clinicians and stakeholders to transform the lives of individuals with, or at risk, for cerebral palsy (CP) and their families by accelerating the development o
My name is Gill Thomson, and I work as a researcher at the University of Central Lancashire, UK. I am doing a study into parent-to-parent support (peer support) in a neonatal unit/setting - funded by a British Academy/Leverhulme small grant
Romanian Journal of Sociological Studies (published by the Institute of Sociology – Romanian Academy - and by the Romanian Association of Sociology) invites articles for a special issue which will focus on Sociology of Medicine and Sociology
Symposium Early Intervention at the Goethe-University of Frankfurt/Main, Germany
Congress-language: German, one English session with invited international guests
The topic is about the effectivity and effectiveness of Early Intervention, but