Factors that Underpin the Delivery of Effective Decision-making Support for People with Cognitive Disability

‘…the crucial issue of how decision-making support is delivered in practice – in terms of quality and effectiveness – remains in urgent need of attention

Paper by Jacinta Douglas, Christine Bigby, Lucy Knox & Michelle Browning

Abstract

Over one million Australians have some form of cognitive imp

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Brain Tumours: Rise in Glioblastoma Multiforme Incidence in England 1995–2015 Suggests an Adverse Environmental or Lifestyle Factor

Brain Tumours: Rise in Glioblastoma Multiforme Incidence in England 1995–2015 Suggests an Adverse Environmental or Lifestyle Factor

 

Research article by Alasdair Philips, Denis L. Henshaw, Graham Lamburn, Michael J. O’Carroll

 

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Received 19 December 2017; Revised 14 March

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Disabled Children’s Partnership survey shows a picture of declining quality of services and more cuts to come (UK)

Disabled Children’s Partnership survey shows a picture of declining quality of services and more cuts to come (UK)

Parent-carers’ confidence in the quality of disabled children’s health and social care services is at an all-time low, new evidence from the Disabled Children’s Partnership shows

 

The vast majority (75%) of the 1,500 of parent carers surveyed by DCP – a coalition of over 60 disability charitie

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The conduct of Australian Indigenous primary health care research focusing on social and emotional wellbeing: a systematic review

By Sara Farnbach, Anne-Maree Eades, Josephine D Gwynn, Nick Glozier, Maree L Hackett

Objectives and importance of study: Values and ethics: guidelines for ethical conduct in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research (Values and ethics) describes key values that should underpin Aboriginal

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Number of people forced to flee their home remains at a record high – Report from Refugee Council

Number of people forced to flee their home remains at a record high – Report from Refugee Council

From their website: Ahead of World Refugee Day, UNHCR published their Global Trends report for 2017 revealing that 68.5 million people were forcibly displaced, and increase of 2.9 million people on the previous year

 

Of this number, 40 million people had been displaced within their own countri

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‘As more countries ban iPads and mobile phones from the classroom, could wifi be giving our children cancer?’ Prof Anthony Miller wants wifi out of schools

‘As more countries ban iPads and mobile phones from the classroom, could wifi be giving our children cancer?’ Prof Anthony Miller wants wifi out of schools

UK government wants UK to be a country fit for business but not fit for children (Ed.)

 

‘As more countries ban iPads and mobile phones from the classroom, could wifi be giving our children cancer?’ Article by Geoffrey Lean, Daily Mail (UK), 22/6/18.  Extract:

  • Top cancer expert Prof

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