Supporting students through a rapidly changing landscape

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Wells, G. and Harvey, S. 2020. Supporting students through a rapidly changing landscape. 28 (8), pp. 29-31.
AuthorsWells, G. and Harvey, S.
KeywordsStudents; Pandemic; Virtual coffee break; Support; COVID-19
Year2020
Journal citation28 (8), pp. 29-31
PublisherRoyal College of Occupational Therapists
Official URLhttps://viewer.joomag.com/otnews-august-2020/0651931001597225654?short&
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