Hodges' Model: Welcome to the QUAD

- provides a space devoted to the conceptual framework known as Hodges' model. Read about this resource for HEALTH, SOCIAL CARE, INFORMATICS and EDUCATION. The model can facilitate PERSON-CENTREDNESS, CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT, HOLISTIC CARE and REFLECTION. Follow the development of a new website using Drupal as I finalise my research question with part 2 starting in 2016. See our bibliography, posts since 2006 and please get in touch [@h2cm]. Welcome.

Monday, December 05, 2016

Friday, December 02, 2016

Special Issue on Data Literacy: The Journal of Community Informatics

Readers:

The Journal of Community Informatics has just published its latest issue at 

http://www.ci-journal.net/index.php/ciej. We invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review articles and items of interest.

Thanks for the continuing interest in our work,

Eduardo Villanueva-Mansilla
PUCP - Communications
evillan AT pucp.edu.pe
Co-Editor in chief, Journal of Community Informatics

Vol 12, No 3 (2016): Special Issue on Data Literacy
Table of Contents
http://www.ci-journal.net/index.php/ciej/issue/view/59

Editorial
Editorial: Cosmopolitanism versus Traditionalism and the need to talk about a different divide
Eduardo Villanueva-Mansilla

Data Literacy - What is it and how can we make it happen?
Mark Frank, Johanna Walker, Judie Attard, Alan Tygel

Articles, Special Issue on Data Literacy
Creating an Understanding of Data Literacy for a Data-driven Society
Annika Wolff, Daniel Gooch, Jose J. Cavero Montaner, Umar Rashid, Gerd Kortuem

Data Literacy defined pro populo: To read this article, please provide a little information
David Crusoe

Data literacy conceptions, community capabilities
Paul Matthews

Urban Data in the primary classroom: bringing data literacy to the UK curriculum
Annika Wolff, Jose J Cavero Montaner, Gerd Kortuem

Contributions of Paulo Freire for a Critical Data Literacy: a Popular Education Approach
Alan Freihof Tygel, Rosana Kirsch

DataBasic: Design Principles, Tools and Activities for Data Literacy Learners
Catherine D'Ignazio, Rahul Bhargava

Perceptions of ICT use in rural Brazil: Factors that impact appropriation among marginalized communities
Paola Prado, J. Alejandro Tirado-Alcaraz, Mauro Araújo Câmara

Graphical Perception of Value Distributions: An Evaluation of Non-Expert Viewers' Data Literacy
Arkaitz Zubiaga, Brian Mac Namee

Articles
Granny gets smarter but Junior hardly notices
Isabella Margarethe Venter, Karen Renaud, Renette Blignaut

Digital Cultural Heritage and Social Sustainability
Chern Li Liew, Gobinda Chowdhury

Case Studies
Data Murals: Using the Arts to Build Data Literacy
Rahul Bhargava, Ricardo Kadouaki, Emily Bhargava, Guilherme
Castro, Catherine D'Ignazio

Notes from the field
Don't ask too much from data literacy
Nicolas Kayser-Bril

Data Literacy projects in Canada: Field notes from the Open Data Institute, Toronto node
Andi Argast, Lydia Zvyagintseva

Points of View
Some Key Challenges for Data Literacy
Mark Frank, Johanna Walker

Critical Questions for Community Informatics in Practice
Martin Wolske, Colin Rhinesmith
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The Journal of Community Informatics http://www.ci-journal.net

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Thursday, December 01, 2016

Special Issue: Critical and Radical Social Work journal - Psychopolitics in the 21st Century

Dear colleague

We are pleased to announce the publication this week of a special issue of Critical and Radical Social Work journal on the theme of Psychopolitics in the Twenty First Century, which was inspired by the conference of the same name at Liverpool Hope University in June 2015.

The special issue features articles or reviews from leading figures in the field including Professors Peter Beresford, Ann Davis, David Pilgrim and Diana Rose amongst others. The papers explore a range of themes such as politics, social theory and social movements in mental health, Mad Studies, anti-psychiatry, critical perspectives on mental health policy and strategies of resistance to welfare reform. There are also articles from activist and consciousness raising groups involved in mental health campaigning from Critical Voices Network Ireland and reVision to Psychologists Against Austerity.

The full contents list and links to papers are available here:
http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/tpp/crsw/2016/00000004/00000003

Please email Rich at mothr AT hope.ac.uk if you would like further information about the special issue, subscribing to this journal or accessing individual articles.

Best wishes

Rich
on behalf of the Guest Editors: Rich Moth, Helen Spandler, Mick McKeown and Joe Greener

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Dr Rich Moth
Senior Lecturer in Social Work
Liverpool Hope University
Office: FML 302
Tel: 0151 291 3853

@richmoth (https://twitter.com/richmoth)

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Hodges' model can provide disciplinary, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary bridges from where you are to where you need to be...?

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PSYCHO-






-POLITICS

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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Power vectors...?

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...
line management
line(s?) of communication
special measures
legal directions
line(s) of command
chain of command
command hierarchy
command line
bottom line
...

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Sunday, November 27, 2016

Hodges' meta-model...?

In combination the empty foreground and background brings us simultaneously to what is 'now': the situation, the context. The personal, social, political and physical are constantly re-presented in the health:ill-health duality. Our focus remains: ill-health. We still lack the depth of vision to resolve this duality. Focus needs structure: only from simplicity may we travel to complexity. 
The need for simplicity, structure, meaning and recording can be found, accomplished and apprehended through the conceptual framework known as Hodges' model. Its cruciform span is coincidental, and yet can be interpreted as four ways. Four ways of looking - seeing, learning and knowing. Five ways and even. As the model and the user reflects the innumerable perspectives that can be found as these conceptual spaces breathe: waxing and waning. Always from that initial state. Emptiness with structure.

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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Monday, November 21, 2016

7th International Conference on Current and Future Trends of Information and Communication Technologies in Healthcare

Date: September 18-20, 2017
Location: Lund, Sweden
Website: http://cs-conferences.acadiau.ca/euspn-17/

Important Dates
------------------
- Workshop Proposals: March 31, 2017
- Paper Submission Due: May 1, 2017
- Author Notification: June 21, 2017
- Final Manuscript Due: July 21, 2017

ICTH is a premier venue for bringing together multi-disciplinary researchers, professionals and practitioners from academia and healthcare who are engaged in different facets of ICT and healthcare. The conference encourages innovative research contributions providing the recent significant developments and promising future trends of ICT based applications, systems, tools, environments and infrastructures in the fields of health/medical care, and related domains, such as public health and pharmaceuticals. Papers on either completed or ongoing research are invited in the following and related topics of interests.

Lund University is a strong influence on Lund city, and several university buildings are located in the heart of the city. The combination of businesses, students and researchers from around the world has given birth to Lund's unique character as a city of strong research-based global industries. The Malmö region, including Lund, is the 4th most inventive region in the world. Sweden’s first and most successful research park, Ideon, is situated in Lund, and the country’s two largest research ventures, MAX IV Laboratory and the European Spallation Source (ESS) are located here. The students at Lund University comprise a large part of the population of the city and consequently have a significant impact on it and contribute to the youthful, laid-back atmosphere. The young population influences all aspects of life in Lund, from the daily rhythm of the city, to city planning, pubs and bars, museums and countless cultural and leisure activities. The combination of old traditions and history together with the bustling student life makes Lund a great place to live and study!

ICTH-2017 will be held in conjunction with the 8th International Conference on Emerging Ubiquitous Systems and Pervasive Networks
(EUSPN: http://cs-conferences.acadiau.ca/euspn-17/).

We invite submissions on either completed or ongoing work. Submitted papers must be no longer than 8 pages for full papers, 5 pages for short papers and 4 pages for work in progress, including all figures, tables and references. We encourage students to submit short papers or works in progress, and welcome proposals on workshops in areas of special interest to participants.

The 7th International Conference on Current and Future Trends of Information and Communication Technologies in Healthcare (ICTH) is a premier venue for bringing together multi-disciplinary researchers, professionals and practitioners from academia and healthcare who are engaged in different facets of ICT and healthcare. The conference encourages innovative research contributions providing the recent significant developments and promising future trends of ICT based applications, systems, tools, environments and infrastructures in the fields of health/medical care, and related domains, such as public health and pharmaceuticals. Papers on either completed or ongoing research are invited in the following and related topics of interests.

  • Ambient Assisted Living for Elderly Care
  • Ambient Intelligence and Intelligent Service Systems
  • Analysis and Evaluation of Healthcare Systems
  • Clinical Data and Knowledge Management
  • Cloud Computing for Healthcare
  • Collaboration Technologies for Healthcare
  • Context-aware Applications for Patient Monitoring and Care
  • Data mining Techniques and Data Warehouses in Healthcare
  • Data Visualization
  • Decision Support Systems in Healthcare
  • Drug Information Systems
  • Design and Development Methodologies for Healthcare Systems
  • Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologies in Healthcare
  • Digital Hospitals
  • E-health & m-health
  • Electronic Health Records (EHR) & Personal Health Records (PHR)
  • Evidence Based Medicine (EBM)
  • Healthgrids
  • Health Portals
  • Information and Knowledge Processing in Healthcare Environments
  • Middleware Support for Smart Homes and Intelligent Applications
  • Privacy, Confidentiality and Security Issues in Healthcare Systems
  • Quantified Self for Pervasive Healthcare
  • Related Real World Experimentations and Case Studies in Healthcare
  • RFID Solutions for Healthcare
  • Smart Homes and Home Care Intelligent Environments
  • Telemedicine and Health Telematics
  • Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing in Healthcare
  • Usability & Socio Technical studies
  • User Interface Design for Healthcare Applications
  • Virtual and Augmented Reality in Healthcare
  • Virtual Environments for Healthcare

My source:
The Caring Technology Research Announcement List -
http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/caring-tec-research

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Sunday, November 20, 2016

Cut here and here and...

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..................
CUT HERE
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       CUT HERE        



and
CUT HERE



"Tulip Mazumdar has an uncomfortable encounter with a "cutter" and undergoes a demonstration of what really happens during FGM." BBC Radio 4.

Mazumdar, T. (2016). My quarrel with a proud FGM cutter. BBC.

My source: From Our Own Correspondent, BBC Radio 4. Neither Love Nor Money

Image: https://www.mysoti.com

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Friday, November 18, 2016

Call for Papers: Mind, Value and Mental Health: 2nd International Conference in Philosophy and Psychiatry

15 July 2017: St Hilda’s College, University of Oxford

We are seeking papers for up to three available spaces at the Philosophy and Psychiatry International Conference. We welcome submissions from current graduate students or early career researchers who have completed their doctorate within the past four years. Each speaker will have a maximum of twenty minutes to present their paper followed by ten minutes of discussion time.

Abstracts may be on any topic within the philosophy of mental health and mental illness. Papers that draw on clinical and/or personal experience, as well as submissions of a purely theoretical nature, are welcome. If you wish to submit a paper to the conference, please send a title and 300 word abstract prepared for anonymised refereeing, alongside your name, institutional affiliation and a copy of your CV, to Annelies Lawson (annelies.lawson AT philosophy.ox.ac.uk) by 15th December 2016.

Successful graduate speakers will be invited to attend the Summer School and Conference (12 – 15 July 2017) on a full-board basis (with en suite accommodation). There will also be a contribution (up to £100) towards travel and subsistence.

Keynote lectures:

Thrive: The Power of Psychological Therapies to Transform Lives
David M. Clark, Professor and Chair of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford

Epistemic Violence and the Social Imaginary: Patient Voices and Mechanisms of Silencing in Psychiatry
Nancy Nyqvist Potter, Professor of Philosophy, University of Louisville

Interpersonal Experience and the Sense of Reality
Matthew Ratcliffe, Professor of Theoretical Philosophy, University of Vienna

This conference is linked with the Mind, Value and Mental Health: 3rd Summer School in Philosophy and Psychiatry (13 – 14 July 2017).

Both events are led by Dr Edward Harcourt, Dr Anita Avramides, and Professor Bill Fulford.

For more information please go to:
www.conted.ox.ac.uk/ppssc17

My source:
Lettitia Derrington of Conted via NURSE-PHILOSOPHY list

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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

2016 IMIA Yearbook is now online

Dear colleagues and friends, IMIA General Assembly members,

I am glad to let you know that the regular 2016 issue of the IMIA Yearbook is now online:
http://imia.schattauer.de/contents/current-issue.html

As you know, 2016 was an exceptional year for IMIA with the publication of two editions of the yearbook, the Special 25th Anniversary edition published earlier this summer (http://imia.schattauer.de/contents/archive/issue/2376.html), and the regular 2016 issue that has been published recently.

The special theme in 2016 was: Unintended Consequences: New Problems and New Solutions, with a keynote paper from D. F. Sittig, A. Wright, J. Ash, and H. Singh, and numerous contributions from working groups, on top of the survey papers and the selection of best papers for the 12 sections.

Thank you to distribute widely this information to all the members of your national association.

I hope you will enjoy reading the 2016 edition of the IMIA Yearbook, as much as we enjoy preparing it.

Best regards.

Brigitte Séroussi, MD, PhD
VP services IMIA
Associate Professor, Public Health and Biomedical Informatics Pierre and Marie Curie University, UPMC, Paris 6 LIMICS UMRS 1142
brigitte.seroussi AT aphp.fr

For further details, please visit http://imia-medinfo.org/wp/publications/

My source: The British Computer Society - bcshigroup AT lists.bcs.org.uk

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Sunday, November 13, 2016

Too much Information...

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Perception
Stimuli
Concentration - 'Noise' - Attention
Safety - Salience - Space
Anxiety - Disposition - Mood
Sense-making
Models of Communication

TOO MUCH - information - TOO LITTLE
"How much do you have?"
Activism
Policy
Employment
Awareness
Employer Engagement
Equality
Inclusion



My source: Post and image c/o BBC Radio 4 - Digital Human

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Saturday, November 12, 2016

Triangulation: c/o Roger Ballen

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Triangulation: (c) Roger Ballen





Triangulation: (c) Roger Ballen


© 2016 Roger Ballen

The Theatre of Apparitions

My source and original image (top):
Jackson, K. Snapshots Primitive power in black and white. The New Review, The Observer, 30 October 2016. p.5.

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2016/oct/29/through-a-glass-darkly-roger-ballens-theatre-of-apparitions-in-pictures


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Friday, November 11, 2016

Dementia & Sleep: What the Papers Say

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Sleep disturbance



Sleep disturbance 2




Just recently I came across a gentleman who in living with dementia and supported by his wife at home has been struggling with his sleep. Waking in the early hours 0330, 0400 in the summer is not too bad accompanied by the dawn chorus, but if it happens most days? And then in Winter: that is another matter.

Also fairly recently there are increasing instances of this man not being sure that the lady-  who is in their / his house and is taking him shopping - is his wife. She looks like my wife...? She knows what to buy and then she pays for the shopping.

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Who are you?

Have the doctor consider
 prescribing a sleeping tablet

"Oh OK! Hello Sandra."

Arrange a medical review

This gent is up early anyway as there is a newspaper to collect which involves a walk. The problem is he leaves too early and is then outside waiting. His wife was struggling with all this so we discussed the need for a care review by the community mental health team. A sleep diary was provided to obtain some data upon which to base decisions. While I was in the garden with Mr. my student (thanks Katie) suggested to Mrs Y that this 'imposter' be passed as a friend. This has since proved very effective at reducing anxiety, social tension and distress.

Whilst we constantly strive for truth, honesty and respecting autonomy and dignity, sometimes sadly, 'truth' is compromised. It becomes less clear when it is being cognitively undermined.

We also want to maximise independence and support what are the usual daily activities of living: collecting the newspaper included. Risks were becoming evident however. So, Mrs Y came up with a strategic decision which has seen this gentleman adjust very quickly. Sleeping in until 8 o'clock is quite a surprise for the rest of the family to hear. And for us too. It is as if the (subscription) token for the newspaper was not only sitting waiting in a pocket or wallet. It also had slot in memory, where it had to be kept on constant refresh, whirring away; of such importance that it was proving quite disruptive introducing new risks, disturbing sleep. There are still many other activities and walks to be enjoyed. Nice call Mrs Y:

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Cancel the newspaper

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Wednesday, November 09, 2016

Call for special edition - International Journal of Practice-based Learning in Health and Social Care: Threshold Concepts in Health and Social Care

Since the first literature about threshold concepts was published by Meyer and Land in 2003, a large body of theory, research and practice development work has been undertaken across a wide range of disciplines. In the area of health and social care, there is interest across the all disciplines in how thresholds theory might inform or apply to professional practice. We are inviting submissions for a special edition of the International Journal of Practice-based Learning in Health and Social Care that will explore how threshold concepts are being put to use in health and social care education, to foster the capabilities required in professional practice (for more about the journal see http://e-learning.coventry.ac.uk/ojs/index.php/pblh/index ). All submissions should focus on how threshold concepts has advanced or contributed to practice oriented educational activities and they may be about either learning for practice, or learning based in practice. The main themes for the special edition will be:
  • Ways in which threshold concepts can inform understanding about how students become practitioners in their chosen profession
  • Thresholds associated with practice placements and practice-based learning
  • Ways in which thresholds theory may inform development of curricula in health and social care
The special edition will include the following types of articles:
  • Research or conceptual articles will be up to 5000* words and should present original research or theoretical work in the area. A common structure for these is introduction, background, research design, findings / results, discussion and conclusion, but this is flexible.
  • Reflective or discussion pieces should be no longer than 1000 words and give a reflective or discursive narrative that explores an aspect of threshold concepts in health and social care in the practice context
  • Masterclasses may be up to 4500* words and should include introduction, background literature, methodology/principles, discussion, conclusion and key messages. Masterclasses will present expert and detailed guidance on a particular aspect of threshold concepts and should demonstrate depth of understanding, rigour and originality
*The length of the masterclass and research articles may be restricted to 3500-4000 words each, if a high number of good quality submissions is received.

Timeline

  • Closing date for submission of 300 word abstracts: 23 January 2017
  • Short-listed authors notified: 27 March 2017
  • Deadline for submission of full articles: 31 July 2017
  • Publication March 2018
Please submit abstracts to l.martindale AT dundee.ac.uk

Any work submitted for publication should be original and not have been published or be under review elsewhere. All abstracts will be reviewed by the editorial team. Subsequently, the full articles will be reviewed anonymously by two referees. Following review, all articles will receive feedback and those accepted for publication will be given a deadline for making final edits. Additionally the editorial team may make minor changes prior to publication.

High quality articles that are not accepted for the special edition may be accepted for publication in a regular publication of the International Journal of Practice-based Learning in Health and Social Care, at the discretion of the journal’s editorial board.


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Sunday, November 06, 2016

Reply to: [HIFA] Self-care could cut need for millions of GP visits (4)

The following is a reply to a thread on HIFA - Healthcare Information For All:

Dear Lucie, Thelma and All,

The Austrian economist Joseph Schumpeter (1883-1950) defined a dynamic economy as that which is in equal parts destructive and constructive (Abbott and Ryan, 2000).

As Lucie points out in the NHS we are set-fast in ill-health delivery, curricula and workforce planning. Breaking this demand-supply is to try to stop a runaway process that has spawned many other processes: specialties, disciplines, treatments...

Policy makers repeatedly place the solution in reducing demand by eliminating - providing cures for diseases and through technology.

Innovation through technology is still sold as a (the) solution (2002.. NPfIT - currently NHS Digital). Technology has a role to play. The benefits however must be Socio-Technical.

We can readily see the connection between Schumpeter's definition and our present preoccupation with innovation and technology driven disruption?

Talk abounds of the healthcare system / market / economy being disrupted (as per HIFA and this thread!).

Innovation is often stimulated through seed funding.

In computing a runaway process may need to be 'Killed'. Clearly and despite the resultant irony, we cannot do this to our respective healthcare systems (whatever their constitution and ideology).

We cannot Kill the NHS, private and 3rd sector systems we have at present and have them newly reconfigured on 31 December 2016, 23:59:60 UTC to be primarily:

HEALTH PROMOTING, PREVENTIVE - Self-caring and with a health literate populous

Even with the addition of a leap second; this would be a leap too far.

Change of our health care systems will need to be 'seeded'.

Many small gains can be compounded, the seeds must be broadcast across the domains of Hodges' model:

  • INTRA- INTERPERSONAL
  • SOCIALLY
  • the SCIENCES
  • POLITICALLY
  • SPIRITUALLY
Abbott, J. & Ryan, T. (2000). The Unfinished Revolution: Learning, Human Behavior, Community, and Political Paradox, Stafford, UK: Network Educational Press. p.162.

Kind regards,

Peter Jones



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Saturday, November 05, 2016

Looking for a Career in Finance? Why limit yourself...

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Know your patient


Know your patient

Know your patient
and carer

Know your clients...
and your patient


By knowing them you can help them to know themselves.

From self-knowledge to self-care when possible.

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Friday, November 04, 2016

Quantum existence and experience...

"Such a picture of man in the universe is clearly presented in the language of the Wintu Indians of California. Here the primary verbal stem refers to a world, a universe, that neither exists nor does not exist. We might say that it refers to the nature of things, a nature which is not realized because the things themselves do not exist, the situations have not come to be and may never come to be. Only at the instant when man experiences these do they come into existence, into history. The experiential or existential stem of the verb is derivative from this other stem. When man speaks with the aid of this stem, he asserts existence through his own experience of it. And it is only through his doing, through, probably, his decisive act or his act of will, that the world to which the primary stem refers can have concrete existence. This dialogue between the idea of the universe or the potential of the universe, and man's experience, runs through the entire linguistic structure." p.115.
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Lee, D. (1961). Autonomous Motivation. In. Anthropology and education. Series: Martin G. Brumbaugh lectures in education., Series 5. Gruber, Frederick C. (Ed.). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. pp. 103-123.

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Thursday, November 03, 2016

Fight to Power - Flight to Wonder

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Photo sources:

Star Party

Nazeer Al-Khatib
Freelance Photographer‎‏ based in Aleppo
#Syria Fighters from the Free Syrian Army react as they fight against the IS near #Dabiq on October 15 #AFP Photo by @NazeerAlk

My source:
Smith, H.L. (2016). Caliphate crumbles as holy village falls, The Times, 17 October, pp.34-35.

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Wednesday, November 02, 2016

Anatomy and Physiology in the Field

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Anthony Gormley

My source: Heathcote, E. (2016) The body in space. FT Weekend, Life & Arts, 10-11 September., p.12.
Photo source: https://www.ribaj.com/culture/the-human-factor

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Tuesday, November 01, 2016

Empty Construction: A prelude to person-centred care

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My source: Financial Times
Photo source: http://www.basquecountrymagazine.com/en/street-art

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Sunday, October 30, 2016

Book: The Moral Economy - Individual - Group

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My source: Financial Times
Cover image: Amazon

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