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Living Well - The Pecha Kucha Sessions

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Macrobert Arts Centre

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Join our exciting PechaKucha event to learn from colleagues across the University of Stirling research community as they give a short taster of their research within the Global Security and Resilience theme.

Hear from: Tony Robertson in Health Sciences on 'Centre for Public Health and Population Health Research'; Line Caes and Heather Branigan from Psychology on 'What do children need to live well: From the classroom setting to self-management!'; Ronan O'Carroll in Psychology on 'Football fans in training – a participant’s perspective'; Rosanna Al-Mulla from Library and Archives Research Support on 'Researching with the NHS Forth Valle Archive'; Elaine Dougals from the HAGIS project in the Stirling Management School on 'Healthy aging in Scotland (HAGIS): A researcher’s perspective' and Mahmoud Eltholth from the Institute of Aquaculture on 'A shrimp and yoghurt cocktail: New approaches to keeping your favourite seafood healthy'.

A PechaKucha is a short presentation consisting of 20 slides, only images no words, that change automatically every 20 seconds.

We have two slots left - For a chance to tell colleagues about your research, research group or research programme then sign up by emailing Cori Critchlow, RIS at cc51@stir.ac.uk. To make things even more exciting there will be a prize of £250 towards a research conference for the best presentation as voted for by the audience.

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