Higher Education Enrolment and Equity


Since 1997, the policy changes encompassing higher education in England have been frequent and substantial. In the buildup to 1997, the demand for higher education had been exponentially increasing. Between 1961 and 1986, there was an increase of 387,000 students studying at university. In the decade following 1986, student numbers grew by  ~125%. Mounting

Fake News COVID-19 Misinformation


Executive Summary Towards the end of 2019, the SARS-CoV-2 virus began to spread throughout the population of Wuhan, China and soon after the entire world. The global pandemic has caused huge disruption to healthcare services, global travel, infrastructure, and worldwide economies. The pandemic was always going to cause substantial disruption, but this was

Telehealth Post COVID-19


Abstract This paper seeks to understand the use of telehealth technologies post COVID-19. For many years, academics have sought to provide evidence that the use of telehealth can have positive effects on patient outcomes, increase access to healthcare for populations, and to ensure a better use of resources for all healthcare economies. Although

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