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Making sense of the rules of health

How do people make sense of their health? And how does that inform their health behaviours? Two questions that...

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The Art of Healthcare
The Art of Healthcare
Making sense of the rules of health
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Putting the CARE in Healthcare

Who teaches us how to care? As health professionals we learn the “health” side of healthcare from textbooks, and...

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Putting the CARE in Healthcare
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How to challenge a Nocebo belief without destroying your therapeutic relationship

Nocebo beliefs are those beliefs that a person holds around a particular treatment, diagnosis, or health challenge that lead...

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How to challenge a Nocebo belief without destroying your therapeutic relationship
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Modern Slavery and Healthcare

Modern Slavery might not be a term many of us are familiar with BUT we need to be able...

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Modern Slavery and Healthcare
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High Performance Healthcare

Can healthcare be high performance?….. Yes Should Healthcare be high performance?…… Most of the time What do you think...

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High Performance Healthcare
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Supported Self-Management

When we are designing health programs, how often do we incorporate the lived experience of people who we are...

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Supported Self-Management
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Clinical bravery and person centered care

The future of healthcare is person-centered care! What does that mean? And how do we do it? It involves having some...

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Clinical bravery and person centered care
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Don’t answer feelings with facts: frameworks for responding with empathy

Empathy is important. The research points to this, and were told to be more empathetic. BUT How do we actually do...

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The Art of Healthcare
Don’t answer feelings with facts: frameworks for responding with empathy
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