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SUnderland REpository (SURE) is a collection of the research output produced at the University of Sunderland. It contains book chapters, journal articles, reports, artworks, PhD and MPhil theses, conference papers and many other items. In the event of a potential breach of copyright, please contact sure@sunderland.ac.uk. On receipt of a complaint, the full text will be removed from public view within 24 hours so that a considered evaluation of possible copyright infringement can be made. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please get in touch: sure@sunderland.ac.uk

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Collier, Mike, Clayton, Ewan, Cockburn, Ken, cowton, Jeff, Flint-Sato, Christine, Kunial, Zaffar, Kono, Eiichi, Ling, Manny, Mchugh, Chris, Monta, Nobuya, Panneels, Inge, Richardson, Andrew, Sakamoto, Nao, Skelton, Richard, Richardson, Autumn, Tani, Ayako, Thompson, Brian and McKay, Carol (2014) Wordsworth and Basho: Walking Poets. [Show/Exhibition]

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1. Graham, Yitka, Crosland, Ann, Ling, Jonathan, Wilkes, Scott, Hayes, Catherine and Small, PK (2015) An exploration of patient experiences of adjustment after bariatric surgery: a PhD research study. British Journal of Surgery, 102 (s4). p. 6. ISSN 0007-1323 Full text not available from SURE.
2. Sunday, JS, Fulton, JA, Hayes, Catherine and Ling, Jonathan (2015) Illuminating the Self-Reported Impact of Overseas Study on Health and Wellbeing at a UK University. Student Experience and Engagement Journal. (Submitted) Full text not available from SURE.
3. Hayes, Catherine, Devlin, Siobhan, Westwood, Diane, Garfield, Iain, Beardmore, Phil, Archer, David, Collins, Michael and Bingle, Lewis Perception of Academic Learning Environments and Perceived Impact on Articulation of Employability Skills; a Mixed Methods Study. Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education. ISSN 1759-667X (Submitted) Full text not available from SURE.


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