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Professor Kay Cooper
Research to better support long-COVID patients in Scotland

A £296,000 cross-university collaborative study will investigate emerging models of rehabilitation for people suffering from long-COVID to recommend how to best maximise recovery and quality of life for patients across Scotland.

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Q&A with Mark Thomson, Graduate Apprenticeship mentor at TAQA

Mark Thomson is currently mentoring Tanya Geraghty who is undertaking a Graduate Apprenticeship in Business Management while working at TAQA. He recently took some time to answer some questions about his experience as a mentor.

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Tanya jumped at the opportunity to study while working full-time

Tanya Geraghty didn’t feel ready for university when she left school in 2014 so decided to go straight into the workplace. Now, the 24-year-old has been inspired by her family and friends who have gained degrees or received further work opportunities and recently started a Graduate Apprenticeship in Business Management.

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Scott and Dan
Mental Health at Universities

Scott Macpherson and Dan Warrender, both lecturers in Mental Health Nursing at RGU’s School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedic Practice, write about #UniMentalHealthDay.

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Tanni Grey-Thomson
RGU celebrates International Women’s Day with Baroness Tanni Grey-Thomson

Robert Gordon University (RGU) is marking International Women’s Day 2021 by hosting two ‘In Conversation with’ events.

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Claire Farmer Web
Q&A with Claire Farmer, Graduate Apprenticeship mentor at SDS

Claire Farmer is currently mentoring Caitlin Mooney who is undertaking a Graduate Apprenticeship within her team at Skills Development Scotland (SDS). She recently took some time to answer some questions about her experience as a mentor.

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Graduate Apprenticeship is “best decision” Caitlin ever made

Caitlin Mooney, who is currently studying a Graduate Apprenticeship while working at Skills Development Scotland, said it was the best decision she’s ever made.

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RGU collaborates with OGTC on net zero R&D programme

RGU is one of two organisations to be awarded a prestigious project funding from OGTC’s Net Zero R&D Programme.

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Julie Strachan Web
Innovative and Impactful work-based learning

Julie Strachan, Acting Head of Department for the Enhancement of Learning, Teaching and Access at RGU, writes about RGU's flexible delivery model of Graduate Apprenticeships which enables employers and their staff to participate from across Scotland.

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What is the point of technology if no one uses it?

New research delivered in partnership between Robert Gordon University (RGU) and OGTC provides insight into technology uptake in the oil and gas industry and the psychological factors which influence innovation adoption culture.

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Leena Kisonen
Virtual talks give Gray’s students access to international designers

Over the past academic year, the Communication Design course at Gray’s School of Art has continued to involve a series of renowned creative and design practitioners in its guest lecture programme, providing students with valuable insight into the creative industries

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Susan Dawkes
Leading cardiology expert appointed at RGU

RGU has appointed leading cardiology expert, Professor Susan Dawkes, as Head of the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedic Practice (SNMP).

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