Category: Press

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Phil Burton-Cartledge, Course Director of Law and Social Sciences and Lecturer in Sociology, looks at the future world of work, what this means for the labour market, and how individuals can prepare.

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Trudy Cowan, Lecturer in Post-registration Health Care at the University of Derby, explains the effects bullying has on young people and shares her top tips on how to tackle it.

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Annmarie Hanlon, Senior Lecturer in Digital Marketing, explores how customer service via social media will evolve in 2017.

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Dr Paula Holt, Dean of the College of Health and Social Care at the University of Derby, explains what the new funding reforms mean for trainee nurses.

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Alison Kilduff, Head of Mental Health Nursing at the University of Derby, talks about mental health discrimination and why this needs to be tackled in 2017.

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Fiona Holland, Psychology Lecturer, discusses what to say and what not to say to someone with cancer ahead of World Cancer Day on February 4, 2017.

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There is no doubt that, eventually, all books will be available to download over the internet. You could still scour tiny bookshops to find rare copies of The Harvard Classics by Charles W. Eliot, but wait, they are actually available online at the touch of our fingertips. But, the question is, at what cost?

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Dr Philip Clarke, Psychologist at University of Derby Online Learning, explains why Blue Monday is a myth and shares his top tips on how to cheer yourself up in January.

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Ewen Crilley, Hospitality Operations Trainer at the University of Derby, gives his top tips on how to eat well for less.

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Kim Smith, Lecturer in Computing at the University of Derby, gives his insight into how technology will evolve in 2017.