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Monday, October 26, 2009

A pantological links palette

The table below displays the existing link categories for all four care (knowledge) domains of Hodges' model:
The categories included on the links pages are intended to be suggestive rather than definitive of Hodges' model. Advice regards broken links is much appreciated (I am aware that health promotion is listed twice).

Psychology I
Psychology II
Mental Health
Therapies
Anatomy & Physiology
Care Theory & Practice
Evidence Based Practice
Quant.
Research
Philosophy
Creativity Ideas
Communication Studies
Theology / Transdisc
Coding, Classification
Health Informatics
Info Sources
Diagrams
Health Promotion
Study Skills
Education
A.I. Knowledge Man.
Visualization I
Visualization II
MarkupLangs
Ajax & XML
Human-Computer Interface
Accessibility
Creativity
Graphics
Environment
Virtual Reality
Science
Astronomy
Rest & Rec
Maths, Logic
Engineering
Programming
[Toolset]
7 Ages
Health Promotion
Patients & Carers
Practitioners
Development
Poverty
Democracy
Justice
Economics
Policy
Studies
Computer Supported Collab Working
Sociology I
Sociology II
Qual Research
Activism
Citizenry
Employment
Human
Rights
Anthropology
History
Art, Tech &CultureI
Art, Tech & Culture II
Info. Gov
Assurance
Standards
Open Source
Community Informatics

News
Software
Hardware
Search
Organisations
Commercial I - IV

Definitions: pantology

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