No sooner had I shared the young persons mental health links, a friend & colleague sent me her far more comprehensive list. I will eventually get round to putting a page in my resources but I have also uploaded a file with the hyperlinks on which you can download. It is here: 20190301-adult mh and … Continue reading Mental Health and Self-Harm pt 2
Mental Health and Self-Harm in Young People
I just added a new page to my resources. I received a letter from CAMHS today with some excellent links to various tools and information leaflets for young people, parents, carers and professionals. I've put these on a page and I hope it will be of use to people. The page is currently unformatted but … Continue reading Mental Health and Self-Harm in Young People
My Iraq experiences
Not really educational but a reflection. With the Chilcott enquiry published today, I thought about my own experiences of the Iraq War (or the third Iraq war as it was known by the locals). I remember thinking 'this isn't a good idea' when it kicked off and worrying about my military colleagues who deployed on … Continue reading My Iraq experiences
Dear All If you are coming to this for the first time, do not be alarmed by the content. I had to start with something so I imported the Salisbury Plain site into this site. My aim is to combine PBSGL, the Salisbury Plain Trainers Group and DMS Trainers into one as much of the … Continue reading Introduction
OSELTAMIVIR TREATMENT FOR INFLUENZA IN ADULTS: A META-ANALYSIS OF RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIALS (Dobson et al., 2015)
I was interested to read about a new drug NICE have approved for HUS which by all accounts is massively expensive. All sorts of harrumphing followed in the press as well as the medical press about funding of expensive drugs and QALYs. Personally I think NICE have an important yet unforgiving job to do. I … Continue reading OSELTAMIVIR TREATMENT FOR INFLUENZA IN ADULTS: A META-ANALYSIS OF RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIALS (Dobson et al., 2015)
Salisbury Plain PBSGL
I've added some of the posts from our PBSGL site just to get going!
The Familial Risk of Autism
On the way to a leaving lunch the other day, I was tuned into Radio 4 listening to an article on Autistic Spectrum Disorder and the lengths to which some parents will go to help their children. One mother interviewed was spending up to £700 every three months on dietary supplements. Her child had been … Continue reading The Familial Risk of Autism
I have added a new resources page. This will carry permanent links to downloadable teaching and education tools for all to use.
Welcome to the first blog entry of our PBSGL Blog! I would appreciate it if you can spend a bit of time reading through this as a an invite to participate. This blog has two purposes. I unashamedly am using you as my Guinea Pigs for my assignment whilst participating in the Learning Technologies in … Continue reading Welcome