Dr John W Stevens PhD, BSc (Hons) Reader in Decision Science. HEDS, ScHARR. ORCiD: 0000-0002-9867-7209. Biography. My primary role is Director of the Centre for Bayesian Statistics in Health Economics (CHEBS). I graduated from Brunel University in 1982 with a. My PhD was on latent variable modelling of effectiveness and resource use data.
John Eliot, PhD (2015). “Overachievement: The Science of Working Less to Accomplish More”, p.83, Diversion Books.
John Eliot (1604-May 21, 1690), the noted Puritan clergyman to the Indians, was born in Widford, England, in late July or early Aug. 1604. He matriculated at Jesus College, Cambridge, in 1619 and received a B.A. in 1622. Thereafter, he served as usher or assistant master to Thomas Hooker’s Puritan academy at Little Baddow, near Chelmsford, Essex.
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Sir John Eliot was an English Puritan and Parliamentarian who, with his brilliant oratory, played a leading role in the early conflicts between King Charles I and Parliament. His death during his imprisonment for opposing the crown made him a martyr to the Parliamentary cause.
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John Eliot is a writer, known for Bizarre (1970), Eugenie Grandet (1965) and The Immortal: Ted Williams (2015).