Promoting open science in public policy

A month ago The construction process is closed subordinate Open Science Recommendations United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); The next step is to present it to the Organization’s General Conference in November for approval by member states. the document, which brings together the global consensus on open science, and embodied a Multisectoral Consultation Process It will establish the first global standard for framing this issue.

How Independent expert invited by UNESCO For this building process, I leave with a bittersweet feeling. The discussion was in keeping with one of the most important human challenges to science in recent decades, a pandemic, and this made it resonate but not as often as I would have liked.

The COVID-19 pandemic vaccine is starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel across Application of open science logic. The intense scientific collaboration meant that by sharing research

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Pandemic impacts students and education systems around the world

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The global pandemic has taken a toll on many aspects of American society, particularly education.

In many parts of the country, schools closed in March of 2020 and never went back to full in-person learning. Some districts are still unsure about what will happen this fall when schools are scheduled to begin the next academic year.

We often think only of the impact to institutions within our own country, but across the globe those same issues and problems are often amplified due to a lack of resources.

The question remains, will the largest, world-wide educational shutdown in history change how we educate in the future and how

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TIGA UK Games Education Awards 2021 launched to promote outstanding students, education providers and best practice

LONDON, June 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — TIGA, the trade association representing the UK video games industry, today launched the TIGA UK Games Education Awards 2021 to recognise outstanding students, education providers and best practice.

Creative Assembly, the UK’s largest developer, behind the Total War series and an upcoming sci-fi FPS, is the headline sponsor of the TIGA UK Games Education Awards 2021. As a multi-award-winner for their education work, Creative Assembly utilises the skills and passions of their 800 employees to provide industry outreach to students across the globe. The Awards are further supported by BeautyLabs International, a company pioneering the future of enhanced reality in the beauty and wellness industries.

The TIGA UK Games Education Awards will be open to entry from 21st June 2021. The closing date is 28th July 2021. The winners will be announced in a fast paced virtual Awards ceremony

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Pain Management Education for APRNs Is Still Lacking


Many early career advanced practice register nurses (APRNs) report low confidence and competence in managing chronic and acute pain, according to research presented at the 2021 American Association of Nurse Practitioners National Conference (AANP 2021).

“These initial findings call for a transformation within APRN education and training with regard to pain management,” lead study author Theresa Mallick-Searle, NP, and colleagues noted.

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The need for increased pain management education for physicians has been well documented in the medical literature, and organizations such as the Institute of Medicine and the National Pain Strategy have made calls for better pain management training for all health care clinicians.

However, data on the needs of APRNs regarding pain management education is lacking. Data from the 2020 AANP Member Educational Needs assessment survey show that 1 in 5 of the more than 6000 respondents felt that pain management was an area in which they

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