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How to Re-Invent the Wheel (NOT!!)

You can avoid re-inventing the wheel by checking in with top notch experts who have already examined the practice problem that you face.

Now, it’s time to see what experts have to say about solving the nursing practice problem that you have identified. 564 more words

Evidence Based Practice

[Book Review] The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold.

I have seen the film, way back when it was out in the cinema. I remember I thought it was terribly executed, a good and unique story but just poorly done. 519 more words


The Aesthetics of Comics – David Carrier

Literature Review

I started with this journal because I thought it would engage the subject quite directly, but I was dead wrong. Even tough I was able to get some interesting conclusions, it was too long for what I obtained from it. 163 more words


A year in the life...

In my head, the last time I updated this blog was about six months ago. As it turns out, it was actually over a year ago! 496 more words

Literature Review

Thoughts (rhapsodising) on Helen Garner's Monkey Grip

It’s been a long time since I’ve read a book I loved in the same way I loved this book. I love Angela Carter’s writing. I would read anything, any day by Haruki Murakami. 505 more words


A Theory of Robust Supply Chains

Strategies and practices to achieve supply chain resilience have been at the heart of supply chain management practice and research for almost a decade. However, such efforts have often focused on ways to make supply chains more reactive to turbulence and disruptions. 152 more words

Supply Chain Management

The Development and Current State of Martial Arts Studies in Germany

The following is guest post by Sixt Wetzler, dvs-Kommission Kampfkunst & Kampfsport (sixt.wetzler@gmail.com).  While Martial Arts Studies is, by its very nature, an international and interdisciplinary subject, we generally see relatively little discussion of the scholarship that is happening in languages other than English.  5,505 more words