• Questions in science

    Scientists have enquiring minds and ask questions all the time. Albert Einstein, one of the most famous scientists ever, wrote rather humbly in a letter to a colleague, in 1952: ...

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    Level: 1 Introductory

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    19 Jun 2019

  • Questions in science

    Introductory level Updated 19 Jun 2019
    Scientists have enquiring minds and ask questions all the time. Albert Einstein, one of the most famous scientists ever, wrote rather humbly in a letter to a...
    Does it matter if survivors of trafficking are LGBTQI+?
    Yes
    81% (22 votes)
    No
    19% (5 votes)
    Total votes: 27
  • Introduction to mental health science

    These free, advanced level courses serve as an introduction to Masters level study in neurosciences and mental health.

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  • Introduction to mental health science

    Advanced level Updated 19 Jul 2019
    These free, advanced level courses serve as an introduction to Masters level study in neurosciences and mental health.
    Should the government invest more money into developing digital technologies for the NHS (e.g. to improve the online booking processes for hospitals and to help ensure digital medical records are accurate)?
    Yes, the government should invest more money into digital technologies.
    50% (4 votes)
    No, the government should not invest more money into digital technologies.
    50% (4 votes)
    Total votes: 8
    Should the government prioritise the funding for ‘end of life drugs’ that support people with terminal illnesses live a little longer (i.e. provide them with several more days of life)?
    Yes, the government should fund drugs to help people live a little longer.
    50% (3 votes)
    No, the government should not fund drugs to help people live a little longer.
    50% (3 votes)
    Total votes: 6
    Should the government be spending more money and allocating more resources into supporting efficient hospital discharges, to prevent ‘bed blockers’?
    Yes, the government should better fund and resource hospital discharges.
    71% (5 votes)
    No, the government should not better fund and resource hospital discharges.
    29% (2 votes)
    Total votes: 7
    Should the government be actively working towards increasing the number of nurses working in hospitals and elsewhere (e.g. in the community)?
    Yes, the government should pay for more nurses.
    88% (7 votes)
    No, the government should not pay for more nurses.
    13% (1 vote)
    Total votes: 8
    Over £7 billion is spent on the prevention of health issues (such as obesity), more than £93 billion is spent on curing conditions, and over £22.6 billion on delivering long term care for people. Should the government spend more on prevention?
    Yes, the government should spend more on prevention.
    75% (6 votes)
    No, the government should not spend more on prevention.
    25% (2 votes)
    Total votes: 8
    Almost one quarter of the population is over 65 years old, should there be an increase in funding specifically for the social care of older adults?
    Yes, there needs to be more social care funding for the ageing population.
    75% (6 votes)
    No, there does not need to be more social care funding for the ageing population.
    25% (2 votes)
    Total votes: 8
    Approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year, so should the government increase its funding of mental health services?
    Yes, the government should fund more mental health services.
    91% (10 votes)
    No, the government should not fund any more mental health services.
    9% (1 vote)
    Total votes: 11
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