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Revising Childhood

So it is that time of year, we are over the last year and all the trauma, we have either completely ignored or already forgotten our resolutions. 855 more words

OU Schedule Changes

Change of Speaker for Thursday, January 26

The announced speaker (Constance Whitney) for the Open University of the Shepherd’s Center of Richmond has had a family emergency and will not speak on Jan. 253 more words

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Fighting Fit part 5

So after an extended break from Combat Training, I went back last week (8th Jan 2017) and I can be totally honest…. I was terrified. I had been pushing myself at the gym but am finding it difficult without a P.T or gym buddy. 705 more words

Lifelong Learning is a Life Skill not a Buzz Word

Working in education, I have seen my share of buzz words (and concepts) come and go. Often they are rebrandings of past, failed initiatives or great ideas that simply don’t work among the established cogs of the modern educational machine. 616 more words

Education

CPCP: Predicting Alcohol Withdrawal Severity by Medical Student Noah Frydenlund

Well, it’s about time for another stellar Clinical Problems in Consultation Psychiatry (CPCP) by a medical student. This one is by Noah Frydenlund and he had a question about whether or not there is any way other than clinical assessment to predict which patients will undergo complicated alcohol withdrawal or even simple withdrawal. 210 more words

Psychosomatic Medicine

Lifelong learning and the Sustainable Development Goals

On 15 September 2015, member states attending the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit in New York adopted a new set of goals to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda. 1,407 more words

Small Changes in OU Topics

On Monday, January 23, at 9:45 a.m., popular teacher Ellis West will speak on the topic Should the Electoral College System of Electing the President Be Abolished? 74 more words

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