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Stirling academic to help World Health Organisation promote personalised care for the elderly

A University of Stirling academic has been called upon to help the World Health Organisation (WHO) promote personalised care for older people in the Middle East and North Africa.

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Stirling academic to help World Health Organisation promote personalised care for the elderly

University academics ‘bridge the gap’ with new card club

Academics at the University of Stirling are bridging the gap between generations - as well as the local community - by inviting people to join a new bridge club.

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University academics ‘bridge the gap’ with new card club

Children’s experiences of domestic violence and child marriage discussed

Children’s experiences of domestic violence and child marriage were explored in a Stirling academic’s inaugural lecture this week.

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Children’s experiences of domestic violence and child marriage discussed

New study challenges myth that low-income parents and children suffer from a ‘poverty of aspiration’

Children from low-income families risk being failed by schools – because of the belief their parents lack ambition for them, a University of Stirling academic has claimed.

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New study challenges myth that low-income parents and children suffer from a ‘poverty of aspiration’

Expertise on public involvement in research shared by honorary professor

Ways to include the public in health service research have been outlined by a University of Stirling honorary professor.

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Expertise on public involvement in research shared by honorary professor
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