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For one of her MSc in Dementia assignments, student Lina reviewed 'Slow Puncture', a book about living with young-onset dementia. Read her review here.
How will modern, globalised companies respond to the climate crisis in a meaningful way? Logistics and supply chain expert Dr Richard Farr examines how climate change could drive business policy in the future.
What's the impact of our language choices on people living with dementia? Diane, a student on our MSc in Dementia, discusses this issue.
Why do supply chain issues seem to happen more frequently these days? Dr Richard Farr explains why supplies are on a knife-edge and the important role supply chain professionals have to play in keeping goods on the shelves.
Our next face-to-face event will see students gather at a creative writing retreat.
Engineering companies are facing a new world - discover the key challenges that skilled engineering managers can help them overcome.
MSc in Dementia Online Tutor Ellie Robinson-Carter is the creator of The Photobook Project, where people from a wide range of communities living with dementia document what matters to them with a single-use camera.
How can language be used to change attitudes to dementia? Student Lucy Carroll discussed the issue as part of an assessment for the online MSc in Dementia.