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The Supporting Vulnerable Tenants in Social Housing Conference 2024

The Supporting Vulnerable Tenants in Social Housing Conference 2024

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The Youth Justice Conference 2024: Improving Outcomes Through Multi-Agency Working

The Youth Justice Conference 2024: Improving Outcomes Through Multi-Agency Working

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The National Clinical Audit Event 2024: Driving Quality Improvements in Patient Care

The National Clinical Audit Event 2024: Driving Quality Improvements in Patient Care

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The Adult Safeguarding Conference 2024

The Adult Safeguarding Conference 2024

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The Allyship in the Workplace Conference 2024

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Impacts of the Cost of Living Crisis on Student Mental Health

80% of students feel the cost of living crisis has impacted their overall university experience. In this article, Phil Smith, Director of Phil Smith Communications shares recent research highlighting the numerous impacts the cost of living crisis has had on student mental health at university.

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Government Update: The Higher Education Freedom of Speech Act – What Does it Mean for Universities?

On the 11th of May, the Higher Education Freedom of Speech Bill became law, helping protect freedom of speech and academic freedom on university campuses. This government update discusses what the act means for higher education providers and protecting students at university.

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The Student Experience in Higher Education Conference 2023

The Student Experience in Higher Education Conference 2023

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Delivering a Varied Academic Experience to Meet Student Educational Needs

With tuition fees at an all-time high, students in higher education are expecting an excellent academic experience from their universities. Tom Lowe, Senior Lecturer in Higher Education at the University of Portsmouth, discusses how universities can adapt to the needs of students today through remodeled teaching methods, professional opportunities, and collaboration.

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Training Teaching and Support Staff to Address Unconscious Bias

25% of all students enrolled in UK universities were from Black Asian or Minority Ethnicity backgrounds in the 2022 academic year. Professor Amaka Offiah is the Chair of the BAME Staff Network Committee at the University of Sheffield, in this video she discusses the importance of dismantling unconscious bias in higher education.

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