Health behaviour and change management – Study reflections
Now that exams are over I feel the need to take a moment to reflect on what I learned.
Inspired by recent conversations with people wanting to learn more about sharing a meaningful Acknowledgement of Country, I am capturing my perspective from many years of thinking and personal research. This is my personal perspective on how to share an Acknowledgement of Country.
Until recently I hadn’t thought of myself as having a disability and would never have thought to tick any box that indicated I have one, outside of medical contexts. Part of that was my own understanding of what disability is. Part was that I couldn’t think of accommodations an employer could or would provide to help me. And part is...
I’ve combined a few concepts here from week 4 ‘evidence used in practice’ including levels of evidence and healthy scepticism. This one probably edges more into the category of a sketched infographic, but in any case, it’s for my study notes.
This week at uni I am learning about the scientist-practitioner model and the challenges of the scientist-practitioner gap. I immediately found it thoroughly interesting and stayed up late making notes on the prescribed academic articles.
I remember the excitement of preparing for every new school year. The scent of fresh textbooks. Notebooks lovingly covered in contact paper for protection. New stationery with my name carefully etched in. But times have changed and as I have prepared to go back to school I’ve embraced the same digital toolbox that I use at work, Microsoft 365.