Evidence-based or person-centred? A philosophical tension

What is causation? Regularity versus dispositionalism, by Rani Lill Anjum

Causality in psychotherapy research – Hanne Oddli presents CauseHealth work in progress

Dr Hanne Oddli, Associate Professor at the Department of Psychology, University of Oslo, is a clinical psychologist, and researcher. In this video she presents the ongoing work promoting evidential pluralism in psychotherapy research based on a dispositionalist understanding of causality.

Presentation for the CREST Roehampton seminar, December 2020.

Expanding our perspective on research in medicine – CauseHealth talk by Roger Kerry at IFOMPT

IFOMPT 2016, Glasgow. Provided by the MACP

Complexity; simplified. A talk on the complex patient, causation, and manual therapy – for Vocal Health Education, with Walt Fritz, Stephen King and Rani Lill Anjum

The video chat was recorded by Stephen King, co-founder of Vocal Health Education, and appears in the second tier qualification they offer; The Vocal Health Practitioner. Watch the video on physical therapist Walt Fritz‘s website, Foundations in Manual Therapy – Science Informed Manual Therapy Education, where he also offers a range of educational resources on patient centred manual care.

January 2021, posted by Walt Fritz

Clinical mindlines in the care for dying patients (in Norwegian), lecture by Marianne Brattgjerd

Full PhD defence for a PhD dissertation on the standardisation of care for dying patients, Marianne Brattgjerd, Rani Lill Anjum and Margareta Karlsson
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