Imagination in the Archives of Mental Health Law

Reflecting upon the assumptions we make when dealing with legal documents, historian Janet Weston questions the ever-important role of the imagination for those working in archives of mental health law.

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Through the Kaleidoscope: Creative Writing in Healthcare Education

Roshni Beeharry, a medical educator and Writing for Wellbeing and Personal Development facilitator, reflects on the multitude of ways creative writing practice contributes to a well-rounded healthcare education. In 2013,

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A Gift of Wellbeing from the Autistic Paradigm

How may individuals with sensory acuity and struggling with fear and anxiety be encouraged to participate more in social activities? Dawn-joy Leong reimagines conducive spaces for all, inspired by natural

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Finding Poetry in Gynaecology

Joanna Ingham reflects on her experience of ovarian health and using poetry to explore illness, bodies, and grief. MRI Because I am asked so often if I have metal in

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