Monthly Archives: March 2016

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Anticoagulation module 5: the role of the pharmacist

Designed to give healthcare professionals a clear understanding of the role of the pharmacist in anticoagulation. It is one of several modules in our anticoagulation programme.

Module first published: 10 April 2013
Revised module released: 01 April 2016

0.5 CPD/CME credits

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Anticoagulation module 4: clinical aspects of anticoagulation

Designed to give healthcare professionals a clear understanding on clinical aspects of anticoagulation. It is one of several modules in our anticoagulation programme.

Module first published: 10 April 2013
Revised module released: 01 April 2016

1 CPD/CME credit

5 Maths Gems #53
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5 Maths Gems #53

Welcome to my 53rd gems post. This is where I share five maths teaching ideas I’ve seen on Twitter.

1. Games
In Gems 51 I wrote about the brilliant game Is this prime? from @christianp. My colleague Greg currently holds the Glyn Maths Faculty record in this game (51 – after a lot of practice!). We’re a competitive bunch and we’d all love to beat him! This week more games have been shared on

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[Updated]Why Do Freelance Writers Hate SEO Copywriting?

“SEO copywriting is low-paying, demeaning work.”
“SEO copywriting is synonymous with unethical projects.”
“[Much of this] SEO content is written by non-native speakers.”
In the words of Liz Lemon from 30 Rock, “What the what?”
I was amazed to read such angry posts in a LinkedIn group.  I knew SEO copy had a bad reputation in some circles. But I had […]

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A Level Reforms: First Thoughts
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A Level Reforms: First Thoughts

No doubt I will do a lot of blogging about A level reforms over the coming years. A level classes currently take up more than half of my teaching timetable. In this post I share some of my initial thoughts on how it’s all going to work.

Teaching time
To deliver the new 9-1 GCSE it was recommended that schools increase their teaching time for maths. This led to difficult curriculum decisions for

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SEO Editing vs. Copywriting for SEO

Should you create original content? Or, should you SEO optimize a page that’s already on the site?
Freelance and in-house writers ask this question all the time. Their emails say, “My boss (or client) wants me to add keyphrases to this existing page. The problem is, the page isn’t very good. Will the keyphrases help? Or is better to […]

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