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How to make comics the successful way: an investigation into the strategies for successful comics creators
Hill, W. 2020. How to make comics the successful way: an investigation into the strategies for successful comics creators . Masters Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Cretive Arts and Industries
UK news coverage of extended reality technologies: analysing extended reality news discourse and its relation to product marketing
Graves, E. UK news coverage of extended reality technologies: analysing extended reality news discourse and its relation to product marketing . Prof Doc Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Creative Arts and Industries
The experience of patients undergoing knee surgery with local or regional anesthesia: an ethography
Ewart, L. 2020. The experience of patients undergoing knee surgery with local or regional anesthesia: an ethography. Prof Doc Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Allied and Public Health
Online arts-based educational resources for children in hospital: the Rocket-Arts project in response to COVID-19
Sextou, P. 2021. Online arts-based educational resources for children in hospital: the Rocket-Arts project in response to COVID-19. United Kingdom Arts & Health South West in association with The University of the West of England (UWE), Tampere University Finland, University College London and Nottingham University.
The undiscovered potential of essential oils for treating SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19)
Wilkin, P. J., Al-Yozbaki, M., George, A., Gupta, G.K. and Wilson, C.M. 2021. The undiscovered potential of essential oils for treating SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19). Current Pharmaceutical Design. 26 (41), pp. 5261-5277. https://doi.org/10.2174/1381612826666201015154611