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More than just learning

According to Wickepedia “The first documented handshake in human history appears on the monument of Kalhu, showing the Assyrian king Shalmaneser III and Marduk-zakir-šumi I of Babylon shaking hands in a public display of Assyro-Babylonian friendship.” 502 more words

Evidence-based Medicine

Are concrete shoes the answer?

Picture the scene. You’re a headteacher faced with a persistent problem: year 6 boys running in the corridors. You’ve tried everything, and none of it worked. 677 more words


“What are you implying?”—the question to ask about Findings*

As you read closer and closer to the end of a research report, you should start asking, “What are the implications of what this researcher found?” 416 more words

Evidence Based Nursing

NEW site to Discovering Your Inner Scientist

Welcome to my new Discovering Your Inner Scientist blog location–a site focused on nursing evidence-based practice and scientist interests!  This site should be more user-friendly. 59 more words

Evidence Based Nursing

Using Science to Combat Stress

With the carefree days of summer ending, we begin new routines to adjust to the upcoming seasons. I can already feel stress set in as I have to manage my day for shorter hours, dress for colder weather, leave earlier for my commute, and make sure I get enough Vitamin D. 380 more words

Confluence Health Updates

Whole Community Emergency Management: Was I Suppose to Have Noticed a Difference?

Imagine my surprise when I learned recently we have been living in the promise land of Whole Community Emergency Management since 2011 and somehow I had neither known nor noticed any difference! 460 more words

Emergency And Disaster Management

Robert Taylor Memorial address by Prof Linda Brubaker

Thanks to Prof Linda Brubaker for an inspirational opening to our joint ICCS UGSA and CFA national conference. Her topic was ‘Education in modern health systems’ 486 more words

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