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A Fragmented Profession within the System of Professions: The Experience of the Audiology Professional in the United Kingdom (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2023-06-28)The main purpose of this study was to explore the lived experience of audiology professionals in the United Kingdom. For the purposes of this study an audiology professional is defined as someone who completed a United ...
Climate impacts, water quality and citizen science in coastal southern Connecticut: A review of factors supporting practical public health engagement - A qualitative study on citizen science & climate change. (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2023-06-28)Reflecting trends across the United States and globally, Connecticut’s coastal communities are facing climate change impacts. There is an agreed need to prepare for further, more substantial effects of climate change, ...
(Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2023-06-28)This dissertation reviews the impact of COVID-19 on the child protection system in Bangladesh and approaches adopted by UNICEF to address there. Bangladesh represents a very rich scenario for a case study on child protection ...
ACOUSTIC SPEECH MARKERS FOR TRACKING CHANGES IN HYPOKINETIC DYSARTHRIA ASSOCIATED WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2023-06-28)Previous research has identified certain overarching features of hypokinetic dysarthria associated with Parkinson’s Disease and found it manifests differently between individuals. Acoustic analysis has often been used ...
THE INFLUENCE OF DONOR-RELATED ORGANISATIONAL, RELATIONAL, AND INDIVIDUAL-LEVEL FACTORS ON AID COORDINATION IN THE TANZANIAN HEALTH SECTOR (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2023-06-28)Weak aid coordination is generally assumed to restrict aid effectiveness and has remained a critical issue in international development for several decades. However, few systematic attempts have been made to understand ...