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A Place called Home: The Social and Cultural Context of Health
Background Arts in health-care is an emerging movement that links the expressive arts with the healing arts and brings these into the mainstream of traditional health-care to promote well-being. Dr. Gene Cohen, who was ...
Never too Old for Hope: A Group Education Initiative in Long-term Care
This presentation provides an overview of a project in which an innovative curriculum designed to foster hope and make hope more visible in long-term care was implemented. An outline of the curriculum and its implementation ...
A Hermeneutic Study of Lived Hope among Older Adults Using Photography as Interview Prompt
PURPOSE Aging around the world is a topic that has received increasing attention over the past decade. As life expectancies increase, efforts are being directed towards understanding and facilitating successful aging. A ...
Hope and Aging: Hermeneutic Photography as Qualitative Evidence
AIMS: Aging successfully is a topic that has been targeted in recent years. Given the increased life expectancies developing countries, and the graying of the population, increased efforts are being directed at what it ...
Parental Power in the Health Care System
This session will be the presentation of a 1990s Parenting the Hospitalized Child, Stage Theory (which has, until now, never been presented or published) and a review of the research on parent/child centered care over the ...
Returning pedagogy to field practice through mobile technology
Our Technology Enhanced Health Practice Education Research in the Faculty of Health Disciplines at Athabasca University has several studies underway relating to the use of mobile technology (smart phones) in the clinical ...