Tag Archives: metacognition

Whispering Words…

“But if thoughts corrupt language, language can also corrupt thought.” – George Orwell 1984 Friday’s confession has to do with a topic dear to my heart, the use of words or the science of semantics.  With the pending BC election people need to start paying attention to what lies below the words (some call this […]
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Let’s Talk…

“In the world of words, the imagination is one of the forces of nature” – Wallace Stevens An epiphany can happen at the oddest times even when you are lying on your back watching your wheelchair scoot away.  Now bare with me for a moment while I throw out a favourite topic of mine but […]
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The Decomposition of Healthcare – Part 3

“The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.” – Ann Wigmore Shortly after having published Part 2 of this series I did receive a very apologetic note from Island Health suggesting I contact the Patient Care Quality Office.  I did respond highlighting […]
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The Decomposition of Healthcare…

Today is Canada’s Thanksgiving which is a little different from the American equivalent, still six weeks away.  It’s a time for families to get together, enjoy each others company for maybe that one time a year, stuff themselves with turkey and other good foods while giving thanks for various aspects of their lives.  One big […]
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