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Extra Information: All students should have the opportunity to present their research at Glenside's Nursing and Midwifery dissertation conference, regardless of mark. A mark is a reflection of how you adhere to a set framework; it does not fully represent the validity or applicability of an idea. Setting a minimum mark of 65% as a criterion for inclusion in the conference could mean that very good ideas for Nursing and Midwifery could be lost to the ages just because the author is not as good as their peers at presenting their research. As the future of healthcare, I don't think we should be encouraging inequality in this way nor creating dissent or apathy.

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