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Author: Alistair Bullen Health Economics Study Group and Discrete Choice Experiments I am the primary researcher on INFO-BC. We plan to implement a discrete choice experiment (DCE). A DCE is a type of stated preference exercise where respondents make decisions hypothetical scenarios. Our team identified opportunity to use DCE’s in a secondary breast cancer setting. […]
Mary – I can’t leave comments on your blog. Hence I post them here: Comment: Introduction Welcome to this course! Thank you very much for your first post and your reflections on why we do the things we do, no matter if designing objects or public politics. I am looking forward to read more of your thoughts […]
Charlotte gives an insight into the current state of the biofuel industry and its future direction. Charlotte Fowles – Senior Quality Control Technician – Argent Energy. BSc (Hons) Biochemistry, 2014, Liverpool John Moore’s University. Since February 2018 I have been a member of the Quality Control Analysis Team at Argent Energy. Argent specialises in the […]
In this post Dr Jenna Mann, Academic Developer with the Institute for Academic Development shares some of her experiences of writing. Let me say one thing upfront about writing. I. Do. Not. Like. Writing. I love learning and reading and researching things, but I’ve always struggled with committing something to paper. My PhD supervisor started […]
Edinburgh Uni Press new catalogue, featuring 2 publications by former and current IMES staff: Media Arabic, by Dr. E. Kendall (2012) Internet Arabic, by Mourad Diouri (2013) Part of Essential Middle Eastern Vocabularies Series Edinburgh Uni Press new catalogue, featuring 2 publications by former and current IMES staff:Media Arabic, by Dr. E. Kendall @Dr_E_Kendall […]
Guest post by Rachel Ashcroft, Digital Engagement Officer in the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine, University of Edinburgh Misconceptions about online learning often lead to a snobbery that online degrees aren’t ‘real’ in some way. If a student hasn’t attended tutorials in person or physically handed in their assignments, then they were never really […]