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Critical conversations with people in my community.

As I’m about to leave both of my clinical jobs within the next 2 weeks, I’ve been reflecting about where I’m going and how I got here. 943 more words

Inspiration

Go for a walk

In my personal life, I’ve heard many people promote natural treatments over those things Big Pharma produces and has their doctors shill out – particularly antidepressants. 273 more words

Evidence-Based Practice and the Curiosity of Nurses

By Betsy Todd, MPH, RN, CIC, AJN clinical editor

In a series of articles in AJN, evidence-based practice (EBP) is defined as problem solving that “integrates the best evidence from well-designed studies and patient care data, and combines it with patient preferences and values and nurse expertise.” 263 more words

Nursing Perspective

Supporting professional practice within planning ... how the Knowledge Exchange helps

By Morwen Johnson

The Idox Information Service has been offering an information service for planners and other built environment professionals for forty years. Our new individual subscription offer allows planners to benefit from our expertise and acess a wide range of resources for use in their work and continuing professional development. 554 more words

Planning

GPs to prescribe Horticultural Therapy

Here’s an interesting article from Thrive’s Growth Point magazine. I have been professionally involved with the world of CBT and IAPT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Improving Access to Psychological Therapies), and I know the effectiveness of this approach. 122 more words

Growing For Health

Response to: "On Parachute's and Evidence"

Once again Kenny Veneer has provided a clear, lucid and insightful post on Physiological: Where Physiotherapy meets Logic – the post is here, including my comments (below the post) – which are produced here with some additional thoughts on how my response relates to KBP generally and causal models specifically. 1,771 more words

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