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The Shadow of War

by Emily Deacon-Elliott
A call for increased clinical sensitivity to the impact of PTSD drawing on biographical material.
Tags: visual - sculpture - does_it_have_to_be_like_this - PTSD - psychiatry - PTSD, mental health, narrative, oooh_featured -


by Camilla Siig
Exploring the intertwined role of clinical care and family support through an analogy with the healing properties associated with flora.
Tags: visual - drawing - under_the_skin - cancer (oesophageal) - care of the elderly - Effective Consulting - oooh_featured -

Balancing Boats and Bodies

by Matilda Fuller
Diverse embodiment within resilience
Tags: visual - mixed-media - out_of_our_heads - oooh_featured -

The Thoughts and Views of Those Living with Genetic Diseases

by William Mephan
Living with genetic conditions: the impact on identity and self worth through the metaphor of a child’s experience of society and lack of agency.
Tags: visual - drawing - under_the_skin - various - general practice - oooh_featured -

Inflamed and Untamed

by Haya Mohammed
A sister describes the physiological and psychological of impact brother’s journey from the onset of Ulcerative Colitis and the impact on close family.
Tags: visual - painting - my_family - Ulcerative Colitis - endocrinology - acute and chronic disease, teenager, family dynamics, oooh_featured -

An Appointment in Samarra

by Oliver Marsden
A challenge to instrumental approaches with regard to death within healthcare.
Tags: visual - painting - does_it_have_to_be_like_this - care of the elderly - oooh_featured -

The corridors of death

by Benjamin Sansom
Clinical encounters during a child’s journey with a life-limiting disability raises questions around the dissonance of the hospital environment.
Tags: written - poetry - does_it_have_to_be_like_this - various - paediatrics - oooh_featured -

Dementia and the Sense of Self

by Sarah Burge
Dementia viewed from the perspective of a newly emerging sense of self - as opposed to a self which is ‘less’ than before and the responsibility of others to value this process.
Tags: visual - painting - out_of_our_heads - dementia - neurology - Dementia, identity , oooh_featured -

So you say I can’t do GCSE PE? Well now I’m a Paralympian.

by Victoria Freedman
A student's personal insight into the role of family and societal attitudes around visual impairment.
Tags: visual - painting - does_it_have_to_be_like_this - paediatrics/learning disabilitie - oooh_featured -

Acupuncture: Medical Treatment or Mind Over Matter?

by Emily Alcock
An analysis of the implications of ‘mind over matter’ placing the individuality and mental health of each patient as central.
Tags: visual - collage - bone_deep - acupuncture, mind/body, complementary therapy, oooh_featured -