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Learning, printing, filming and being lovely

Hello lovely bloggers, and fans of reading blogs, it is me, Kate Bentham, here as your Weekly Blog Club host for week 13. How has your week been? Good Easter break? Glad to see that some of you have been

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A, B, C – Art, bubbles, carers

Thank you very much to all who contributed posts to Week 9. Caring emerged as a strong theme this week, both as caring for people and caring about doing things. I was particularly interested in Adrienne McDermid-Thomas’s post about art therapy. My

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Communicating, Culture, Holidays and #nhsscot14

Listen to the Weekly Summary in Welsh below, or read on for the English! This is the first week I’ve covered Weekly Blog Club in quite some time, and what a week it was! We had 13 great blogs that are well

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Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and Brecon Beacons Hillwalking

If you’re traipsing up one of the highest mountains in Wales, what are your priorities? Food? Shelter? Or WiFi? Chris looks at an updated version of Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs, which went viral a while back. When training for the

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Fudging the nudge

What makes us cheat? What can mitigate this behaviour and are certain people more susceptible? In this fascinating blog Carolyne Mitchell shares what she’s learnt from Dan Ariely’s behavioural economics MOOC ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Irrationality’. There is no morality

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Apprentice-Ship Hub

We’re delighted to be able to share an update from Samuel-James Wilson, a regular blogger before a trip to the Australian outback and lack of internet got in the way. In this post Samuel-James tells us about his latest project

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