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Time to meet GENIE - launch of a new online tool to help support people living with a long term condition

29 March 2017

GENIE is a powerful piece of software that helps connect people to support and services around them with the aim of helping people with a long term condition like diabetes or MS manage their health better in the community. It has been used widely on the Isle of Wight and has helped reduce acute admissions to the NHS

This is an opportunity to learn about the benefits of using GENIE, an online network tool for patients, professionals, and commissioners of services, and to hear about the experiences of people who are currently using GENIE. To book a place email

Launch event Wednesday March 29 2017, Winchester Discovery Centre, Jewry Street SO238SB. From 09.30-12.00
See more about GENIE here

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Building capacity for academic writing.. by Professor Anne Rogers

‘publication tsunami that is now an exponential wave’. The effects of this tsunami are well rehearsed: the enormous pressure on peer review processes; reduction in the time researchers have to read individual outputs; and, perhaps most commented on, the growth of a commercial market of fee-for-publication-based journals which lack the usual bulwarks of scientific credibility read blog >

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