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The Different Disciplines in Hematology

Hematology is the branch of pathology or medicine that involves the study of the causes, treatments, prognosis, and prevention of blood-related conditions. Any disease that affects the blood and its components such as hemoglobin, blood proteins, platelets, blood cells, and bone marrow is classified in this category. The diseases can …

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Grow your school leaders, teachers and support staff

Hackney Learning Trust believes that every member staff in schools should have in place a comprehensive professional development pathway. Their primary value is that they are children and learner focused and their welfare and achievement is at the centre of what they do. They nurture a culture of learning in …

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VTCT APPOINTS THREE NEW TRUSTEES

VTCT and iTEC has added three new board members, exemplifying the vocational and technical awarding body’s period of growth The new appointments include former Welsh Language Commissioner, Meri Huws (April 2019), Executive Director of M Squared Media, Jayne Lewis-Orr (February 2019), as well as higher education specialist, Stephanie Richardson (October …

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What Type Of Study Is Right For You

What Type Of Study Is Right For You An education is often cited as the path to success. But what does that mean exactly? Education can come in many different forms, some formal and very high level and others not so much but learning is important for both our professional …

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15,000 free books to be given away to UK schools to get children excited about space

An exciting new school project will encourage thousands of British students to realise their inner space expert and explore the Universe, thanks to teaching resources including 15,000 free books. To celebrate the UK’s involvement with one of the most globally-anticipated space missions, the James Webb Space Telescope, the Science and …

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Institute of Physics launches the UK and Ireland’s largest source of free education resources for those teaching physics

The Institute of Physics (IOP) today has launched a comprehensive new online education destination for every aspect of teaching pre-19 physics. The new www.iop.org/spark website will provide a ‘go to’ resource enabling anyone involved in teaching physics to discover over 2000 free, inter-lined IOP education resources including lesson plans, experiment …

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