Monthly Archives: March 2016

Third Assignment for Medicine and the Arts (FutureLearn MOOC in association with the University of Cape Town)

Patients for Clinical Research: “Patients Included” While I’ve been involved in a number of Kickstarter and other crowdfunding drives, mostly related to writing and publishing projects, I was not previously familiar with Medstartr. Browsing the site, I found a wide … Continue reading

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Second Assignment for Medicine and the Arts (FutureLearn MOOC in association with the University of Cape Town)

Games for Children or Team Building for Adults? In the past, even more than today, strict boundaries were imposed between children’s play and the games, sports and hobbies that adults participate in. Amongst adults, there is still much distinction made … Continue reading

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Assignment for Medicine and the Arts (FutureLearn MOOC in association with the University of Cape Town)

Enhancing the Experiences of Leukaemia Patients and their Parents at Two UK Children’s Hospitals Around 1,600 children in the UK are diagnosed with cancer each year, and of those around 500 will be diagnosed with a form of leukaemia – … Continue reading

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