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Public value

Sleeping-in at Cardiff Business School

Posted on 11 June 2019 by Sophie Lison

In our latest post, Sophie Lison, a second-year undergraduate studying BSc Business Management (Marketing), explains how she and her classmates organised a sleep-in to raise money and awareness for Llamau, Wales’ leading homelessness charity for young people and vulnerable women. Earlier this term, me and a few other second year business students ran a sleep-in
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Organisation studies

Lindsay Leg Clubs: how social infrastructure can improve wound healing

Posted on 30 May 2019 by Anna Galazka

In our latest post, Dr Anna Galazka shares some of the findings of her PhD research where She focused on the emancipatory potential of clinician-patient partnerships for dealing with the social stigma of wounds and the ‘dirty work’ stigma of wound healing. Thanks to developments in healthcare we now live longer. However, medicine has not
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Digital economy

Broadband, productivity and the Welsh Economy

Posted on 13 May 2019 by Dylan Henderson

In our latest post, Dr Dylan Henderson gives us a flavour of the research findings from his work on digital technologies in Wales as the Welsh Economy Research Unit prepares to launch its annual Economic Impact Report on 22 May. For SMEs, adopting and using digital technologies is central to business productivity. It offers a
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Health and wellbeing

Winnie’s taking the stress out of revision and exams

Posted on 8 May 2019 by Denise Brereton

Exam time can be stressful. Some levels of stress can help you focus. But too much can interfere with your revision and your focus. Finding the right balance can be tricky, so here are my top tips to help get you through. 1. Work out your timetable and set realistic goals. You can’t do it
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