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  • An exploration of ehealth and digital literacy in pharmacy practice. 

    MacLure, Katie (Robert Gordon University School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences., 2014-03)
    The aim of this research programme was to explore ehealth technology in pharmacy practice in Scotland and, by doing so, contribute original knowledge to this area. Strategists worldwide believe technology has the potential ...
  • An investigation of the prevalence and impact of organisational learning in UK police forces. 

    Ritchie, Stephen Harvey (The Robert Gordon University Department of Management, 2010-12)
    This research aims to inform the relevance of Organisational Learning (OL) to policing management practice by investigating its impact and prevalence in UK policing. In the prescriptive literature, OL is propounded as an ...
  • Modeling as a fragment assembling process. 

    Ahriz, Hatem; Tomasena, M. (Qualitative Reasoning Group, 1999-06-01)
    AHRIZ, H. and TOMASENA, M. 1999. Modeling as a fragment assembling process. In Price, C. (ed), the Proceedings of the 13th international workshop on qualitative reasoning (QR99), 6-9 June 1999, Loch Awe, UK. Illinois: Qualitative Reasoning Group [online], pages 1-10. Available from:
    Model based reasoning about physical systems deals with diagnosis, supervision, interpretation, explanation, etc. Most of the contributions to this domain do not pay much attention to model construction, and it was generally ...
  • Power and perception in the scandal in academia. 

    Heron, Michael James; Belford, Pauline Helen (ACM, 2015-07-30)
    HERON, M.J. and BELFORD, P. 2015. Power and perception in the scandal in academia. ACM SIGCAS computers and society [online], 45(2), pages 11-19. Available from:
    The Scandal in Academia is a large-scale fictional ethical case study of around 17,000 words and fourteen separate revelations. They are delivered as newspaper extracts from a newspaper reporting on an ongoing crisis at a ...