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NHS future will not be televised – it will be tweeted, tagged and crowdsourced

Shared by Janet Folland

hsj.co.uk - Translating models into practical delivery is fraught with dangers, as any health or social care provider will tell you.  Recent history is littered with examples of “local reconfiguration” going a...

A parent’s advice to a teacher of autistic kids

blog.ed.ted.com - At the start of Autism Acceptance Month, author Steve Silberman spoke to the United Nations about the need for school and workplace environments that embrace all kinds of minds. As a parent of an a...

5 Things About Teaching Yoga That I Wish I Knew Five Years Ago

Shared by Natalie

doyouyoga.com - As I approach my five-year anniversary as a yoga teacher, I realize this is very true. There’s so much I don’t know and so many times when I have to be in the moment, go with the flow, and, ok, tot...

NY Times Reporter Savages WH Correspondents Dinner: D.C. Journalists ‘More Of A Celebrity Class’

Shared by Ira Socol

mediaite.com - In an interview with C-SPAN, New York Times Magazine Chief National Correspondent Mark Leibovich, the author of an upcoming book detailing the nexus of politicians and the press in the nation’s cap...

Lolly's Locks Puts Patients Within Reach of High-Quality Wigs

curetoday.com - Lolly's Locks Puts Patients Within Reach of High-Quality Wigs Lolly’s Locks was founded in 2012 with the mission to provide high-quality wigs to patients with cancer. To gain insight into what pati...

Joaquim Faias

Occupational Therapy to the bone; Music to feed the soul; Beer to the senses; MacUser since 1987; Sporting CP as my cross; Father as religion.

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This daily journal is automatically generated from occupational therapists' posts in the social media and from all around the world. Some (a lot) may be contributions of Occupational Therapy related posts or of interest to the field.

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one minute of exercise per day is all you need, say researchers

bigthink.com - There are many demands on our time. And even though we know we should do it, it is often very hard to stick to a consistent exercise routine. But not having enough time may no longer be a viable ex...

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The Dandelion is so Healthy for You! - Veggie Me Lean

veggiemelean.com - When I was a child, I recall the times I heard what the consequences of sniffing a dandelion would be. Namely that if I did I would ‘wet the bed’. Children would chase me until they caught up with ...

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10 Reasons Your Best Employees Quit

cameronmorrissey.com - Not fostering passion and purpose – More now than ever, high achievers attach self-identity to their job. Your team wants to feel like they are making an impact on the organization, and preferably ...

Not All Practice Makes Perfect - Issue 35: Boundaries - Nautilus

How games are helping veterans recover from injury

The Top 10 Ways Horrible Bosses Destroy Morale

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Writing First Person Exposition -- Advanced Fiction Writing Blog

advancedfictionwriting.com - When you’re writing a novel in first person, how do you write exposition without it sounding weird and unnatural? Vicky posted this question on my “Ask A Question For My Blog” page: How do you writ...

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