Authors of a 2014 review paper about the use of “as needed” medications people with mental health diagnoses are retracting it, but we’re scratching our heads as to why. The retraction appears in “The experiences of mental health professionals’ and patients’ use of pro re nata (PRN) medication in acute adult mental health care settings: a […]
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Whenever I talk to my dad about the neighborhood I work in he talks about how it’s, “getting better.” He means it a kind way but I really struggle with that language. I struggle with the cost of gentrification. If you have some time this week you should listen to WNYC’s Death Sex and Money. … Continue reading Progress. →
Forty-thousand years of Indigenous maths can get kids into numbers today: Chris Matthews:I am deeply concerned with the direction of Indigenous education in Australia and how mathematics education has been positioned in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. I have a different vision for Indigenous education in mathematics; it’s a vision based on connecting culture and mathematics.
I have been writing & experimenting about major tech tools like smartphones for some time now. Last few years have been really intrusive for the smartphone manufacturers. With increasing mobile phone usage, I see a lot of new problems emerging for families and businesses. Cyberbullying, ePredating, catfishing, scamming, identity theft, patents-theft are just a few…