Something for the New Year: 24 cognitive biases that are warping your perception of reality (blog) - thanks Catherine The redundancy of positivism as a paradigm for nursing research (article) Middle‐range theories as models: New criteria for analysis and evaluation (article) Rhizomatic Learning – a somewhat curious introduction (blog) Touch and Affect: Analysing the Archive of Touch Biographies (article) Predatory War, Drones and Torture: Remapping the Body in Pain (article) Graduates in health-related courses fare the best (magazine) Threats to embodied well-being: An exploration of how disabled people negotiate barriers in hospital settings (article) ‘I like … [Read more...] about CPN Digest #19
On January 1st I left my three-year secondment looking after a team of psychology and psychotherapy lecturers and returned to my old home in the clinical sciences. And a big part of my new work will be trying to prepare our graduates for a future that is increasingly uncertain and unfamiliar. For some years now, there's been an increasing interest in the future of professions like law, accountancy, journalism, and medicine, with a whole swathe of books being published recently trying to anticipate how we'll need to adapt to the rapid rise of digital technologies. There is little doubt that artificial intelligence, automation, machine learning, and robotics are going to radically … [Read more...] about Is physiotherapy a bullshit job?
Something for the holidays: To treat pain, study people in all their complexity (blog) Obvious Signs That Humanity Is Regressing (blog) Medical Metaphors: The Long History of the Corrupted Body Politic (blog) Class‐based masculinity, cardiovascular health and rehabilitation (article) Health Care Professionalism Without Doctors (article) Twenty-One Thinkers for the Twenty-First Century (podcast) How much physical activity should teenagers do, and how can they get enough? (magazine) Interview with Shelley Tremain on Foucault and Feminist Philosophy of Disability (podcast) Becoming friends with theory (blog) The integration of evidence from the Commission on … [Read more...] about CPN Digest #18