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We sat down with current MSc in Dementia student Megha Samuel, who's an NHS Consultant and mum of two. She talked to us about what motivated her to study dementia, how she applies insights from the course into her work as a doctor, and how she balances studying with family life.
Emma Wolverson, Programme Director for the University of Hull Online's MSc in Dementia, responds to a report by The Alzheimer's Society about the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the lives of people living with dementia and their families.
People analytics is a fascinating field of study – one that combines the psychological and statistical expertise of practitioners to better understand and support others.
September is World Alzheimer's Month and we're publishing blog posts submitted by current MSc in Dementia students as part of the module 'Dementia: Critical Starting Points', The group were asked to write about language and dementia.
It's World Alzheimer's Month this September and we're publishing a series of blog posts by current students on the University of Hull Online's MSc in Dementia. As part of the module 'Dementia: Critical Starting Points', students were asked to write about language in dementia.
2020's Coronavirus pandemic shut down much of the world, but what has been the impact for global supply chains?
Antonis Grigoropoulos is an Online Tutor for the University of Hull Online's MSc in Engineering Management. In this post, he looks at the importance of quality in engineering and business, a key consideration for engineering managers.