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Minimising the risk of missed lab results - Experience from 2 NHS Trusts

Guest Blogger: Dr Shiva Sathanandam MBBS MPH, Medical Trainee, Endocrinology, South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Junior doctors often move across various trusts in England and Wales and the experience gained is invaluable. 826 more words


New Research Finds Eye Therapy Doesn't Help Dyslexia

May 27, 2015 – Learning new skill sets may help a child with dyslexia. Remedial compensations with a special educator will certainly help. Concrete skills tutoring with an experienced remediation specialist will also fit the bill. 263 more words


What's Wrong With Social Work in This Day and Age

-We are terrible advocates for higher salaries; we have been conditioned that advocating for ourselves as professionals is somehow uncouth and unacceptable.

-Unless you work in the Managed Care Industry, or start a private psychotherapy practice, it is very hard to eek out a middle class existence. 183 more words


Co-creating health in Abertawe Bro Morgannwg

Our Associate Director Andy Phillips is also Director of Therapies and Health Sciences in ABMU, he’s just about to finish his PhD, he’s in the middle of packing for a move to New Zealand, AND he has… 440 more words

Case Studies

Must active swallowing therapy or speech therapy be initiated all the time?

The answer is NO.

Most patients have the perception that when they see or being referred to a speech therapist, they must receive some form of active treatment that involves active exercises. 330 more words

Dysphagia Therapy


Once in a while a film comes along that seems as interesting and layered as a psychoanalytic dialogue.  Birdman is such a one.  From the many Hollywood and Broadway in- jokes, through the Raymond Carver story serving as the play within the play, all the way back through Greek mythology to classical Buddhism, abundant points of symbolic reference serve to deepen and enrich the meaning.  4,600 more words