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Sadism, masochism and the DCoP conference

On reflection, I am not sure why I had left it until my final stages of training to attend the Divisional conference. I am a final year trainee at City University, and after taking a couple of year’s maternity leave, I came back to the course to finish writing up my research. 1,404 more words

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The Lady Doth Protest: FWSA Conference Report 2013

‘The Lady Doth Protest…’: Mapping Feminist Movements, Moments and Mobilisations

FWSA Biennial Conference

University of Nottingham

June 21st-23rd 2013

Playing on Shakespeare’s oft-(mis)quoted idiom, ‘The Lady Doth Protest’, the FWSA’s biennial conference welcomed a varied and international audience to the University of Nottingham for a three-day conference from the 21st-23rd June 2013. 1,096 more words

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Inspiration, Innovation and Impact - the BPS Division of Counselling Psychology Conference, 2014

London, 10th July – the eve of my second Division of Counselling Psychology conference – my first as Dr Sue Whitcombe, no longer a trainee.  The pre-conference hype promised much.  726 more words

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A newly qualified CoP's reflections of the DCoP conference last month

A note on 'What is a letter?' and Alan Scott's presentation on 'Letters 2.0'

As one might be able to glean from the photo above (which shows most our speakers and some of our delegates), the symposium ‘What is a letter? 215 more words

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Innovating the Delivery of Care for Older People – My Thoughts

Daniel Sommer is a Foundation Year 2 Doctor at Charing Cross Hospital in London. He is an aspiring Geriatrician. He tweets at @danielf90 

Another Monday morning at work, and I was looking forward to another week of inspiration with my fantastic boss in interface geriatrics as part of my hospital’s OPAL (Older Peoples’ Assessment & Liaison) team and in our Older Peoples Rapid Access Clinic. 938 more words

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Conference Report: Katherine Philips 350: Writing, Reputation, Legacy (by Ann-Maria Walsh)

Marsh’s Library in Dublin was the perfect setting for a conference organised by Dr Marie-Louise Coolahan and Dr Gillian Wright to mark the death of Katherine Philips three hundred and fifty years ago. 367 more words

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Joseph Tomlinson: Ambitions and Constraints - A Report on the Second Conference on the Teaching of Public Law (2014)

Following on from the success of last year’s inaugural Conference on the Teaching of Public Law at the University of Manchester, City Law School ably assumed hosting duties to allow the discussions to be advanced further. 2,550 more words

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