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Creativity in retirement: Psychosocial experiences of recently retired people participating in a creative arts project (SAGE, 2020-07-22)Aims: A growing body of research literature features the provision of arts experiences for the older person but less attention has been given to those who are in the early years of retirement. This qualitative study aims ...
Youth vulnerability, social exclusion and inequality in Europe: Policy lessons and innovations for improving young people's transitions into work (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020-12)
Adapting and implementing training, guidelines and treatment cards to improve primary care-based hypertension and diabetes management in a fragile context: Results of a feasibility study in Sierra Leone (BMC, 2020-07-29)Background: Sierra Leone, a fragile country, is facing an increasingly significant burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Facilitated by an international partnership, a project was developed to adapt and pilot desktop ...
(deafscotland, 2020)The exact numbers of deaf people in Scotland varies depending upon which source is consulted. This lack of clarity is problematic when it comes to planning for delivery of future services and it is widely recognised that ...