For the majority of recorded human history, units like the weight of a grain or the length of a hand weren’t exact and varied from place to place. 44 more words
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Our series of reflections on WASH Results’ learning continues by exploring value and costs in a Payment by Results (PBR) programme.
DFID has been clear from the outset about what it wants from the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Results Programme: WASH interventions delivered at scale within a short time-frame and confidence in the results being reported to the UK taxpayer. 1,110 more words
If someone asked Neil deGrasse Tyson how tall he is, he would respond “1.88 meters” (assuming Google is correct). Everyone who understands SI would agree on this, as the meter is the accepted unit of measurement for objects around the human scale. 899 more words
There are many ways to understand every therapy. Here I’ll offer a granular analysis of what seems to occur in the high impact FAP. What I present here is not an opposition to the current model of FAP but a different layer of analysis. 1,776 more words
Here’s an outline to today’s post:
- Functional Analysis (FA) our most powerful and under-utilized tool.
- What RFT can offer to FA.
- General guidelines for bringing RFT-FA into the room via integration with the 5 Rules of FAP. 1,772 more words