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POST Training for Academic Researchers

POST – the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology – is presenting regional training sessions for researchers to learn how the UK Parliament works and ways to engage with Parliament using research, with a particular focus on framing and communicating your research in a policy context. What does the training cover? This training gives an […]

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Have you looked at POST’s publications recently?

POST provides balanced and accessible overviews of research from across the biological, physical and social sciences, and engineering and technology. It places the findings of this research in a policy context for Parliamentary use. The best known format for these briefings are ‘POSTnotes’: four page summaries of public policy issues based on reviews of the […]

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POSTnote – Supply of Medical Radioisotopes

Supply of Medical Radioisotopes This POSTnote highlights the critical role of radioactive isotopes used in medicine, and outlines the challenges for the UK in ensuring their future supply. You can find other POSTnotes here: http://bit.ly/2xxZSwI

Parl’y Office of Science & Technology – POST notes

The Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST, for short) produces useful and interesting briefing notes on various subjects which may be of interest to Members and staffers. POST is the UK Parliament’s in-house source of independent, balanced and accessible analysis of public policy issues related to science and technology. Their aim is to inform […]

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Setting Up the Office

Setting up the Office 2.1  Choosing the right office(s) 2.2  Furniture, Equipment and Stationery 2.3  Computers 2.4  Email 2.5  Data Registration 2.6  Confidentiality 2.7  Involving Volunteers, Work Experience Students, Interns 2.8  Registering Interests 2.9  Health and Safety Policy for constituency offices 2.10 Dealing with post and deliveries 2.1 Choosing the right office(s) The tasks performed […]