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Summary The COVID-19 pandemic has strongly influenced almost every aspect of daily life, including road traffic patterns and transportation systems. Daily travel behaviour in cities all across thje world has been entirely reshaped due to COVID-19. In Scotland traffic volume started to decline well ahead of the main stay-at-home order of March 23. By the […]
Who are we? We are a group of 8 second year medical students at the University of Edinburgh undertaking a group project as part of our second semester. Our names are Loic Hayois, Craig Liddell, Alexandra Nash, Cari O’Rourke, Aya Riad, Madryn Riewer, Alba Saenz de Villaverde and Gemma Woodhead. What are we doing in […]
Providing secure, reliable, performant file storage is one of the fundamental services an IT team provides. This post describes in detail how the new CephFS based storage at the School of GeoSciences works. All our Linux machines, servers, compute boxes and desktops are running Scientific Linux and are managed using LCFG. We also use LCFG […]
On Tuesday 31st March learning disability nurses, consultant psychiatrists, and other professional groups in NHS Fife will attend a co-creation workshop to develop the “Keeping Safe” resource within Talking Mats and refine it for use in forensic health services. https://www.talkingmats.com/keeping-safe-and-safeguarding/ Lois Cameron and Nicki Ewing from Talking Mats are busily preparing materials and resources that […]
Giulia Cavalcanti Today I will tell you the anatomy and history of electric shavers from 1920 until today, or better known as Corona times. Shavers came into the world for men. Designed by men for men. Black, robust, strong, fast, and with visible screws. That is how electric shavers for men were and still look […]
A blog by Zoe Horseman, Research Assistant and District Nurse. During the Covid-19 pandemic in District Nursing, while the majority of the country stayed home to save lives, District Nurses across the country continued to deliver care in peoples’ homes. This presented new challenges to the service and gave opportunities for improvement. The Covid-19 pandemic […]