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Medical care during the First World War – how hospitals managed the influx of injured soldiers

Following the end of the First World War, the soldiers returned home to resume their lives. Many though had sustained physical and/or mental injuries, requiring medical support. However, the state could not look after them all, with many having to rely on charitable institutions or family.

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Becoming a broadcaster: Interview with New Generation Thinker Dr Joanne Paul

At about this time two years ago, Dr Joanne Paul was doing the same thing many early career researchers are doing now: putting the finishing touches to an application for the AHRC/BBC Radio 3 New Generation Thinkers Scheme in the hope of combining her background in academia with new skills and experiences, working in radio and TV.

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Rising from the Depths network

A new AHRC-funded project studying marine cultural heritage along the coast of east Africa in Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique and Madagascar conducting research on coastal and offshore infrastructure developments exploring ways in which local communities can engage with marine heritage for educational, social, and economic development.

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