Monthly Archives: June 2010

Personal learning networks (2) its not about me, it just is

Ok, so its taken 12 years approximately and still don’t think am at a point where I understand what I am talking about…I think this is what I think now – there may be a personal learning networks 3 post

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Quick update connecting and massage

Just spent at a few hours at a local Surrey  healthcare open day at a vineyard that I didn’t know existed before Thursday, fairly near my home town. It was an opportunity to chat to anyone interested in volunteering in

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Posted in physicaltherapy, random learning

trying to figure out what I’m doing about a personal learning network

Waffle alert. At the moment I have this in relation to health: Well that’s not a network, its a bunch of words and letters.  I did have locations on it but have scrapped them because I couldn’t see the point

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70-68, now that IS a battle

I’m sure this is everywhere – I just saw the last 15 minutes – 11+ hours, over 3 days. 100 aces each!!! Can’t wait to see the rest. What kind of stamina, endurance to keep on going and going and

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Anatomy and Physiology PLE

Still working on this but starting to grow as follows using these body systems (there are others): Breathing (respiratory) accessing new information, connecting with new ideas:- Google & Yahoo Groups, Physio Forum, New Media Forum, Youtube Physio playlist. Have not connected with any anatomy

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QiGong exercises for lower back muscles

As follow up to yesterday – hope to by the end of the weekend to begin some gentle stretches.  Have looked at advice on the Eight Section Silk Brocade set from CloudHandsblog, also known as Ba Duan Jin: “Most people

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Be your own visual aid – back injury, diagnosis and recovery

Long post alert now and if you have a limited interested in muscles I wouldn’t hang around. Several weeks ago when I was learning about respiratory systems I conveniently caught a cold which was a great way to think about

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Elephant Parade in London

Have been meaning to do this for ages. I have been past some of these incredible elephants on the South Bank – its one of the best outdoor sights I have ever seen in London. They are due to be

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Meditation is not medication 2 – non-doing and rehabilitation

Nellie Deutsch as previously mentioned, has been a source of inspiration for a number of years. She is currently doing very exciting stuff with Integrating Technology – if a suitable path opens up, I would love to connect everything that

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Meditation is not medication but what is it?

Not quite sure how but found myself wandering back towards meditation this week (blogged about great post on Ikigai last year on the martial arts mind, previously). It has coincided with continuing to look at neuroplasticity and mind/brain training initiatives

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I don’t know what I know or don’t know about neuroscience

Saw this and was genuinely shocked. I still have a copy, when I read it last year, I thought it was great because it seemed to explain a lot of things really clearly based on my extremely limited understanding of

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Avoidance patterns – keeping it simple

“Everyone who works — everyone who lives – has struggles. Wars with other companies, skirmishes with co-workers, raids by family and friends, sieges by the public, ambushes by unpredictable tragedy, titanic combat for the hearts of their children, fatal wounds by terminal

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When education is no longer a human right but a tradable commodity

This may be a big statement of the obvious but wanted to think out loud now. I contributed a couple of bullets to edfutures yesterday – then caught myself thinking – is it too many leaps / without enough data

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Illustrated cells

There are many wonderful  places on the web where you can find medical art including – the amazing Jessica Palmer’s biophemera blog including Wear your science, wallpaper (I so hope she returns after summer), Anna Tanczos who creates 3D design

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about to start a week of doing things I dislike

This is tiny post and duplicate one am putting on work blog. 1. I dislike Facebook intensely whilst at the same time recognising that for a lot of people they get a lot of benefit out of it. I was

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