Mary calls a friend.
tl; dr An increase in email traffic constitutes an increase in workload, and viceversa. But what's key is that email per se is workload. The very awareness of email, and of a known/expected amount of email, implies a cognitive load, and excessive cognitive load is stressful. The recent HEPI Report on Mental Health in Higher … Continue reading Awareness, Engagement and Overload – The Roles We All Play
Wednesday 28 March 2018, 2PM; A130. This session is open to health care professionals and artists who are working to support those with dementia, those caring for someone with dementia or living with the illness themselves.
I interviewed Peter Wilkins a few days ago for the Parables of Care blog, and I have copied and pasted the post here.
Dr Simon Grennan, is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Art and Design at the Department of Art and Design, University of Chester. I asked Simon some questions about working on Parables of Care.
Parables of Care, a comic that adapts dementia care stories from the Care'N'Share app, is out now.
We will be organising knowledge exchange workshops between HCID researchers, mental health professionals, comics scholars and comics artists, focusing on the reuse and adaptation into comics of the dementia care best practice data collected the Care'N'Share project.
Excited to have a new peer-reviewed publication, a data paper on the Journal of Open Health Data: Farthing, A. & Priego, E., (2016). Data from ‘Graphic Medicine’ as a Mental Health Information Resource: Insights from Comics Producers. Open Health Data. 4(1), p.e3. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ohd.25