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Using parent metaphors for learning about the neonatal care experience: an interpretive perspective
Aims and objectives; The study focuses on how metaphors are used to describe and understand the parent’s emotional experience of having a premature baby and in turn, how these have informed creation of storytelling resources ...
Hard to control unexplainable medical symptoms: Wellbeing for body and mind
Symptoms - prevalence, costs, what are they, do you have them and what is the treatment? - Definition of terms, the problem & how it might feel to have these kind of symptoms - What is wellbeing & The BodyMind Approach? - ...
Challenges in practice experienced by school- and university-based teacher educators
(International Forum for Teacher Educator Development, 2019-07-01)
Embodied Perspectives in Psychotherapy
Self-Study Research in Europe
Embodiment, learning and wellbeing
Listening to the parent voice to inform person-centred neonatal care.
Family integrated care (FIC), where parents are an integral part of their baby’s care and decision-making can enhance parental involvement and empowerment, contributing to decreased parental separation and stress. It follows ...
Self-study: a developing research approach for professional learning
In this article the authors consider the ‘self-study’ research approach that has been used particularly in teacher education contexts in North America and Australia. They explore the concept of self-study and its use as a ...
Learning in, through and about movement - Teaching research methods and research skills, engaging the imagination to develop creative and reflective thinkers.
This paper has evolved out of a much larger doctoral thesis. It explores firstly the value of placing the learner at the heart of their own learning. Secondly, it examines as a means of trying to do something different ...