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Education isn’t a meritocracy, it’s a ‘parentocracy’

Charles Sturt University
Kellie Bousfield discusses how the education system feeds into the “choice” parents make. In Australia, and elsewhere, the system doesn’t favour […]
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Disruptive technologies and mental health

Imperial College London
Dr Jamil El-Imad discusses the application of Disruptive technologies to mental health challenges. Jamil El-Imad’s key research interests are in […]
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Health sector digitisation

Imperial College London
Dr Jamil El-Imad discusses Health sector digitisation. Jamil El-Imad’s key research interests are in brain signal analysis, Virtual Reality (VR), Brain […]
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Diversity in Teacher Education

Bath Spa University
Nick Sorensen discusses the Diversity in Teacher Education (DiTE) research programme which is the first attempt to chronicle the origins, […]
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Leaders’ achievement goals predict employee burnout

UNSW Sydney
Burnout has primarily been examined from an individual’s perspective without taking the broader environmental context into account. Frederik Anseel discusses […]
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Response to rituximab: has the original hypothesis been confirmed?

University College London
Before the use of rituximab, the strongest accepted evidence for an association between B-cells and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) was that […]
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Changing Control and Accounting in an African Gold Mine

University of Sussex
Trevor Hopper discusses whether the framework of management accounting transformations in Hopper et al. (2009) applies to accounting changes in the […]
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Stop accounting myopia

University of Sussex
Trevor Hopper suggests accountants, whether professionals in practice or in academia, should broaden their vision of accounting and accountability beyond the […]
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Mabel finds her voice

University of East London
The lives of people with learning disabilities in long-stay hospitals in Britain are still mostly a hidden history. Simon Lynn […]
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