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What Elders Want: A Qualitative Meta-synthesis of Elders’ Views on Interactions with their General Practitioners
Effective communication in the doctor-patient relationship is an essential component to proper diagnosis and treatment (Gordon & Gerber, 2010). While a greater focus on improving doctor-patient communication needs to be ...
Living Learning Space: Recognizing Public Pedagogy in a Small Town AIDS Service Organization
In the early days of HIV/AIDS in North America, those most directly affected by the crisis created a social movement to respond to the virus when no one else would. The legacy of activists’ efforts can be seen in the more ...
Memorial Museums and Material Witnesses: Framing Objects as Witnesses to Trauma
In this thesis, I will examine how objects are given narrative voices by memorial museum curators, and how these narrative qualities facilitate ethical and critical relations between museumgoers and traumatic histories. ...
Failure Theatre: An Artist's Statement
Failure Theatre: An Artist’s Statement, is an invitation to a rumination on failure. The project is divided into four discreet offers that combine together to form a portrait of failure. A full play text, a manifesto and ...