…This monograph is a ‘must’ for everyone involved in clinical research that uses a protocol whether they are writing, critiquing or reviewing it for feasibility.
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The ICR Freelance Forum was formed…
This monograph about assertiveness, influencing and negotiation skills has been written to allow you to examine your own behaviour in situations and how you can control your behaviour and response in situations that may be uncomfortable to you.
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What is CPD? Continuous professional development has evolved as a requirement for many professions and employers are asking for evidence of competencies and skills. CPD is not only about certificates and qualifications, it's about learning from day to…
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…Discussions of research on youth and digital games often focus solely on negative effects (e.g., of violent video games), but this is far from the whole story. As natural problem-solving activities, digital games provide a rich context for applied cognition.