Tag Archives: Education

Teachers’ lives matter

Teachers’ needs should be met first – and before all students return. 8 min read Existential turbulence is all around. It can feel negligent to highlight just one sector or subject. Opening schools is towards the top of the conundrum … Continue reading

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Focus on Active Ingredients – Not Brands

Guest blog post by Sandy Getzky, associate editor at ProveMyMeds, a public health and education startup focused on producing helpful resources concerning the treatment of common ailments.  I work for a startup called: ProveMyMeds. And when I tell people this they usually … Continue reading

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Is Nursing Working?

Contribution to 2020health’s recent report ‘Too posh to wash? Reflections on the future of nursing’ By Rosemary Macalister-Smith RGN, RM, ADM, BA (Hons), MSC, LLB (Hons), LLM Healthcare Advisor (nursing, midwifery and regulation), Healthfit (Supported by; Esther McFarlane RMN, BA Ed Studies, PG Dip Nurse … Continue reading

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Mixed messages, confusion and chips

Fatties are more likely to get dementia. Almost everyday we hear that health outcomes are dependent on any number of actions we as individuals take. Be that eating too much, drinking too much or eating and drinking the wrong thing. Today, it’s over … Continue reading

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