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On SAGE Insight: Shadow Learning: Building Robotic Surgical Skill When Approved Means Fail

From Administrative Science Quarterly We have known for decades that the world of work is changing and that communities of practice must cultivate new skills to stay relevant. New business models, collaborative practices and technologies all demand new ways of … Continue reading

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Computer game reduces issues associated with AD/HD in children in China

A Preliminary Multiple Case Report of Neurocognitive Training for Children with AD/HD in China From SAGE Open Children diagnosed with AD/HD can improve their behavior and social interactions in the classroom by playing a computer game that exercises their concentration, … Continue reading

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Junior doctors lack understanding of NHS reforms

Junior doctors and healthcare reforms: Are they ready? A questionnaire study From JRSM Short Reports Junior doctors are uninformed about current NHS reforms, despite being interested and concerned, according to this paper. The researchers found that basic understanding of health … Continue reading

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The rehabilitation aim of probation officers at odds with UK Government punishment agenda

Attitudes and beliefs of trainee probation officers: A ‘new breed’? From Probation Journal In recent years the UK Government has been placing less emphasis on the idea of probation as a form of rehabilitation, instead re-framing it as ‘punishment in … Continue reading

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