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 Having only used CAD a handful of times, I initially struggled with using the controls and properly creating a design, but after a few tries I was able to make some vessels I was pleased with.        Jan 23, 2021
The introduction of EHR in medical institutions in Japan is far behind other developed countries (Yoshida et al., 2013).   In terms of explaining the reason for this low ratio, there are several reasons as detailed below. ・ High introduction cost (Kurihara and Fujii, 2013) ・ Poor operability (Yasunaga et al., 2008)   Therefore, I […]
In December 2020 we transformed the Editorial Style Guide from a PDF to a website. We wanted to make sure that what we created was both useful and usable, so we approached regular users of the guide to take part in usability testing of the site. The Editorial Style Guide is an important tool when […]
Now, more than ever, we need to talk. So the Staff pride Network has set up Rainbow Office Hours. A chance to make a connection with another LGBTQ+ staff member, or PG student, at the University. Each month*, the last Friday of the month at 12-1pm, a few of our members will be standing by […]
Sitting in our team EDE section meeting and listening to an update from the always engaging Lauren Johnson Smith on recent sign-up figures for online courses. When MSc Ancient Worlds was listed with 67 registered students at launch, it took a second or two for me to register why it was familiar before blurting out […]
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