- provides a space devoted to the conceptual framework known as Hodges' model. Read about this tool that can help integrate 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 (it might happen one day!!). See our bibliography, posts since 2006 and if interested please get in touch [@h2cm OR h2cmng AT yahoo.co.uk]. Welcome.

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Marie Curie PhD Studentship in Mobile Applications to Support Emotion Regulation in Mental Health

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personalised emotional

self-measures and reporting

mental health

mania - hypomania mood depression

psychological measures

stress and vulnerability

patient selection / motivation

Bi-polar disorder

awareness of triggers, relapse

mobile mental state?

PSYCHO-
regulation

e-health  e-mobile

physical health impact on mood

medication side effects

monitoring, safety

Prototyping and Technical  Specification

literature

Dissemination

assessment care planning evaluation

mobile physical state?

SOMATIC
SOCIAL

role of family, friends, support groups

Psychosocial Interventions

history (similar proposals)

patient and clinical collaboration

outcomes

population benefits

SOCIO-technical

Trinity College Dublin

AffecTech Consortium

eligibility to enrol

Funding and partnerships

Intellectual property

effectiveness criteria

salary and mobility allowance



Read online: http://www.scss.tcd.ie/Gavin.Doherty/2017/04/affectechesr5/
Additional tag: "A great opportunity!"

https://www.mariecurie.org.uk/

My source and motivation:
Awareness of other research proposals and projects of this kind since 2006... and the application of psycho-social interventions in this field.

Originally posted to Caring Technology Research Announcement List:
http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/caring-tec-research
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Announcement archives:
http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/Caring-Tec-Research.html

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Saturday, April 22, 2017

Refugees: one word or two?

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Now here



Nowhere



'Welcome'
Origin
Old English wilcuma ‘a person whose coming is pleasing’, wilcumian (verb), from wil- ‘desire, pleasure’ + cuman ‘come’. The first element was later changed to wel- ‘well’, influenced by Old French bien venu or Old Norse velkominn.
https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/welcome

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Tuesday, April 18, 2017

FROM: the couch TO: the courtroom | c/o BBC Radio 4

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 subjective --------------------------------------- objective
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Inc. community - GROUP - the State  


Pain

Individual   Vulnerability

Psychological Trauma - Shock

Therapy    Recovery     Closure

motivation? - Catharsis - outcome?

Psychoanalysts uncover truth

Hidden Psychical Material

Emotion  PTSD

Forensic Psychiatry - Experts

PURPOSES

Pain

Events - Time

True - Memories - False

Accounts - Re-Living

Rationality   Logic

(Objective) Truth

Analytic processes

Physical Trauma - Shock

PROCESS
From: War  Psychological  To: Domestic
Trauma 

'trauma' as a human and medical idea

Reparation
(psychological AND legal)?

Public expectations

Community

Public Values

PRACTICE

Magistrates uncover truth

Law  Courts  Justice

Adversarial System

Closure - Compensation

Victims of crime

Psychiatric Reports

Unconscious

Responsibility

POLICY



From the Couch to the Courtroom BBC Radio 4: 17 April 2017
Helena Kennedy QC asks if our legal system is becoming too influenced by the culture of psychotherapy.

The potential of Hodges' model as a generic conceptual framework has always been demonstrable through the distinction between the individual and the State. In this Radio 4 programme it is well worth also considering the diametric (potential) opposition of the person and their mental health (and therefore their physical state) as in applying the law in all aspects of healthcare and human welfare.

There are two references in the bibliography (sidebar) on the role of Hodges' model in forensic contexts.



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Monday, April 17, 2017

flight research #5 Rosemary Laing

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Photo source: http://www.artnc.org/works-of-art/flight-research-5

Rosemary Laing

My source: Collecting, Art Basel Hong Kong. FT Weekend, 19 March 2016, p.2.

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Sunday, April 16, 2017

Psycho-Geography in Hodges' model

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Psycho-


Psychogeography 66 2014 Dustin Yellin


-Geography









PSYCHOGEOGRAPHY by MERLIN COVERLEY

Image source: Dustin Yellin

My source: several

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Saturday, April 15, 2017

Instrumental Person-a

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My source: Fitzpatrick, M. (2014). FIRST PERSON Masami Orimo, 'My artificial leg doubles as a musical instrument', FT.COM / Magazine, 22-23 February, p.8.

Image: Pinterest

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Friday, April 14, 2017

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Health Services Research Summer School 3–7 July 2017


Growing excellence in healthcare research is a fundamental priority to ensure that patients benefit from improvements, and care is based on the best available evidence.

Who’s it for?:
Postgraduate research students/early career researchers who wish to access expert support in healthcare research and methodology
Healthcare practitioners who wish to develop additional research skills and gain new insights into subject-specific research and methodology and improve their career ambitions

Content:
  • Masterclass programme (Inc. Dementia, Health Economics, Service User Perspectives, Implementation & Realist Methodology) and other teaching sessions
  • Personal tutorial support and supervision (e.g. to support development of your Masters/PhD proposal, or critical review of a research programme)
  • Opportunities for networking and development of personal transferable skills
  • Visit an area recently voted 4th best place to visit in the world by ‘The Lonely Planet’
Full details are available on the Summer School Website.

Further information (and my source):

Dr Lynne Williams
lynne.williams AT bangor.ac.uk

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Monday, April 10, 2017

Survey: Blockchain Technology - the Records Manager's friend?

There are of course a great many ongoing surveys at any given time, but why am I featuring one on W2tQ c/o the discussion list at JISCMail's RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK?

In terms of the posts, reports, papers, tweets and other media blockchain technology is a phenomena that is bound to stay and spread beyond the bitcoin cryptocurrrency. Consider:

Dubai could become first Blockchain powered city. (2017, March 31). Financial Services Monitor Worldwide, p. Financial Services Monitor Worldwide, Mar 31, 2017. 
Arabianbusinesscom Staff. (2017, January 03). Du, NMC Healthcare to transform Electronic Health Records with Blockchain. ITP.net, p. ITP.net, Jan 3, 2017. 
Joseph Conn. (2016). Could blockchain help cure health IT's security woes? Modern Healthcare, 46(45), 0014.
Silverstein, E. (2016, July 13). Could health care benefit from blockchain technology? LifeHealthPro, p. LifeHealthPro, Jul 13, 2016.
This is clearly a topic to watch. Here is Rob Begley's survey:
On Monday, 10 April 2017, 14:30, Rob B AT GMAIL.COM wrote:

Survey: Blockchain Technology - the Records Manager's friend?

Blockchain technology, and its underlying applications, is the new disruptive technology that has emerged in recent years which has excited a lot of people because of its ‘potential to transform everything’*
Hello, my name is Rob Begley, a Masters student on the Information and Records Management course at Northumbria University. I am looking for responses to an anonymous and mobile friendly 4 minute questionnaire which is hosted on the secure, and UK based, Bristol Online Surveys servers.

CLICK HERE FOR SURVEY

This survey forms part of my dissertation and the results will be used to establish whether information and records professionals in the United Kingdom and Ireland are accepting of, and using, new technologies - in particular Blockchain. Final results will not only feed into my MSc dissertation report but will also feature in a future IRMS Bulletin article.

Aimed primarily at information professionals but open to all so please join in to help us get a clearer picture – even if you don’t know about Blockchain Technology! Feel free to share this survey with colleagues.

Blockchain, essentially, is an open distributed ledger that lives on a network of synchronised computers environment that collectively capture and verify when a transaction takes place – therefore eliminating a reliance on trusted third parties. Any time something of value gets exchanged, the data surrounding that exchange are recorded, encrypted and placed into a “block” visible by anyone granted access to the network. Those blocks are then “chained” together chronologically, creating a timeline that can be traced to an initial transaction.

Blockchain has been described as a 'record keeping technology which could dramatically alter recordkeeping'** and could change how many information professionals work in the future. But is it really of any practical use and who actually uses it? This questionnaire aims to answer those questions.

* Tapscott, D. & A. (2016) The Blockchain Revolution: How the Technology Behind Bitcoin is Changing Money, Business, and the World, Penguin Books, ISBN 978-0670069972

** Lemieux, V. (2016) ‘Blockchain Technology for Recordkeeping: Help or Hype?’ Vancouver, BC: The University of British Columbia.

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Sunday, April 09, 2017

Anti-Dwelling Box (or Boxes?)

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HOUSING


HOUSING

HOUSING
Anti-Dwelling Box (1972) by Kiko Mozuna



"There are postmodernist houses and sci-fi houses - I particularly like Kiko Mozuna's bright yellow Anti-Dwelling Box (1972), in which nests of boxes sit inside each other like a surreal puzzle." p.13.

The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945: Barbican, March 23-June 25 2017.

My source:
Heathcote, E. (2017) The home reinvented, FT Weekend, House&Home, 18-19 March, pp.12-13.

Photo c/o: http://erinwilliamsondesign.com/design-crisis/the-antidwelling-box

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Thursday, April 06, 2017

ERCIM News No. 109 Special theme: "Autonomous Vehicles"

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Sunday, April 02, 2017

Keith Arnatt Reflected Shadows

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Self-Burial with Mirror, 1969
Invisible Hole, Revealed by the Shadow of the Artist, 1968






Keith Arnatt Estate

Images:  Keith Arnatt: the conceptual photographer who influenced a generation, British Journal of Photography.

My source: Knight, J. SNAPSHOT, Life&Arts, FT Weekend, 29-30 August 2015, p.16.

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Saturday, April 01, 2017

Models: Are out of fashion aren't they?

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My sources:
Eleanor Mills, February 5 2017, The Sunday Times.
Books: Size Zero: My Life As a Disappearing Model by Victoire Dauxerre

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