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  • Editorial: Journal of Applied Psychology and Social Science, 1 (1)

    Welcome to the first issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology and Social Science (APASS). The aim of APASS is to provide a forum for post-graduate students to publish their work; this may be primary or secondary research, opinions piece or commentaries. This new online journal is designed to offer postgraduates (and staff) the opportunity to disseminate their work and share good practice. It gives a forum to advancing research and research based activities across the sector whilst also help...

    Conference abstract: Tele-rehabilitation: video-conferencing for delivery of interventions for people with chronic fatigue syndrome

    Background: The delivery of services to those who are house bound or those that are unable to access transport, especially within a rural locality were identified as issues by the North Cumbria Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS/ME) team. Technology that would enable the team to work with clients in their own home; without the resource implications of providing a domiciliary-based service was explored. The rationale was to provide a service to clients that have difficulty accessing clinics, partic...

    External examining: fit for purpose?

    In a context of international concern about academic standards, the practice of external examining is widely admired for its role in defending standards. Yet a contradiction exists between this faith in examining and continuing concerns about standards. This article argues that external examining rests on assumptions about standards which are significantly open to challenge. Six assumptions relating to the conceptual context, the operation and the nature of examiners themselves are analysed d...

    Multiple conceptions of success

    The Aspiring Leaders Programme involves a partnership between University of Cumbria and Brathay Trust. Students study for a BA in Social Enterprise Leadership, and they receive residential leadership training and diverse work experience in social enterprises. The degree is taught through blended learning, including intensive “University Days” and Action Learning Sets. Course team meetings are attended by staff from the University and the Brathay Trust. At one such meeting, it was observed tha...

    Cumbria Economic Bulletin - March 2010

    The Bulletin is jointly produced by the Centre for Regional Economic Development (CRED), at the University of Cumbria in Carlisle, and the Cumbria Intelligence Observatory (CIO). The aim of the Cumbria Intelligence Observatory (CIO) is to bring together existing research and analysis resources throughout Cumbria, working jointly with partners to provide information and intelligence for Cumbria. The Bulletin is intended to contain data relevant to the County for the benefit of a broad readersh...
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