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Research Publications

Our research publications are searchable in our OpenAir Repository.

OpenAIR is the Robert Gordon University Open Access Institutional Repository. Operational since 2006, it contains the full text of high quality research publications produced by staff and research students at RGU.

The content includes:

  • Artefacts, designs and exhibitions
  • Books and book chapters
  • Conference papers
  • Journal articles
  • Reports
  • Research data
  • Theses

A full list of the types of content is available in the repository policy.

OpenAIR enables the University’s researchers to meet the Open Access requirements of funders and the REF, reinforced by the University’s own Open Access mandate

Research Magazine

The first issue showcases the university's strategic research investment and highlights how it will transform its research focus and activities.

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Further information

News

Published: Monday 10 August 2020

Scotland is highly satisfied with its community pharmacy experiences

A collaborative research project exploring the value of community pharmacies in Scotland suggests that 90% of people are so confident in their local pharmacists’ abilities that they want GPs to work more closely with them to ensure the best possible care.

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News

Published: Friday 07 August 2020

RGU and NHS continuing work with Scotland’s farming community

A research project at RGU which explores the mental wellbeing of Scotland’s farmers is moving forward to develop and test a suitable intervention, hand-in-hand with farmers, to support their mental health now and in the future.

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News

Published: Tuesday 28 July 2020

Public libraries in lockdown: the view from Scotland

An RGU Professor has been awarded funding to explore Scottish Public Libraries and their role in community cohesion and resilience during lockdown.

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