Professor Maggie Andrews discusses some of the key campaigns and concerns of the Women’s Institute, from its origins in the First World War to the 1950s when, with half a million members, it was firmly established as the largest women’s organisation in Britain.
- The multifaceted nature of poverty and differential trajectories of health among children
- The construction of help during radiotherapy: re-defining informal care.
- The End of the Tour – a journey into the mind of David Foster Wallace: A psychoanalytic and artistic reflection through the film
- Implementing the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA)
- The effects of ego-resilience, social support, and depression on suicidal ideation among the elderly in South Korea
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