Chairs

February 13, 1998

University of Northumbria at Newcastle

Professorships: Jan Reed, reader in nursing research; Barbara Hudson, senior lecturer in the division of sociology.

Visiting professorships: Finlay Graham, consultant forensic psychologist, Kolvin Unit at Newcastle City NHS Trust, winner of the Butler Trust Award in 1988; Michael Latham, director of Ansoll Estates, former member of Greater London Council Housing Committee, MP for Rutland and Melton; Keith Wesnes, psychologist, chief executive and scientific director, Cognitive Drug Research Ltd., member of the subcommittee on Objective Psychometric Tests of the International Working Group on Harmonisation of Dementia Drug Guidelines.

Leeds Metropolitan University

Norman Hart, visiting fellow of Bradford University, course leader at Henley Management College, past chairman of the International Public Relations Foundation and president of the Incorporated Advertising Management Association, has been appointed visiting professor.

Noticeboard is compiled by Lynne Williams. Details Netgazette http://www.thesis.co.uk

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