Datatron had hoped for performance improvements in the region of 20% to 30% compared to the company's previous desktop solution," says Mr Popay
, "but in reality the ImageTrac has achieved massive efficiency gains of 500% to 800%.
Mr Watt and another ex-pupil, Jean Boyne, contacted Mr Popay
, who was leading the hall restoration, and suggested that it could be an apt home for the window.
Articulating the need for a new framework for welfare research, Williams, Popay
and Oakley (1999), argue that an emphasis upon users of welfare as creative, reflexive human beings, that is, as active agents in shaping their lives, could provide an important way forward.
2000; Higgins and Green 2006), quantitative meta-analyses (Petitti 2000), and qualitative meta-syntheses (Noyes and Popay
2007; Sandelowski et al.
CLASS ACT Some of the photos that make up the artwork; right, from top left to bottom right, Raul Deloso, Alex Boyne, Phillipa Popay
, Sophie Irwin, Hannah King, Alex McElwee, Bethany Thompson, Rebecca Smith, Aimee Popay
and Jess Scott with the three pictures
5 metre wide banner created from a winning poster design by nine-year-old Philipa Popay
, a pupil at St Joseph's RC Primary, in Jarrow, South Tyneside, was hung from the side of the Baltic on its fifth birthday.
JE, Hernandez M, Johnston H, Mathieson J, Rispel L.
, managing director of Datatron, said: "We have remained at the forefront of our industry through continued investment in innovative technologies which has helped us to maintain a competitive edge.
J, Attree P, Hornby D, Milton B, Whitehead M, French B, Kowarzik U, Simpson N, Povall S.
They include: Syed Masud Ahmed, Abbas Bhuiya, Sarah Escorel, Mario Hernandez Alveraz, Nidhi Khosla, Simeen Mahmud, Jennie Popay
, Sabina Faiz Rashid, Laetitia Rispel, Anna Schurmann, and Wendy Werner.
has let the birds roost in a tree in his garden.
The Social Exclusion Knowledge Network (SEKN) model, developed by Popay