Talks

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

https://mediasite.nord.no/Mediasite/Channel/c30d86da288b40b49693682f82b21d2b5f/watch/66aff589693d49dcb9f1fea59958b4071d

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

https://mediasite.nord.no/Mediasite/Channel/c30d86da288b40b49693682f82b21d2b5f/watch/a2d2358289f4492bbcc40e365afa95571d